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Tech. Sgt. Michael Jackson Defense Media Activity  From the Hawaii News Bureau  U.S. Navy CDR Laura Greiman’s job is to keep people in good health.  It’s a job that takes her beyond hospitals to classrooms and auditoriums. “I help educate people …
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From Military Pathways (Military Mental Health) The rate of heavy alcohol use among young military men is about twice that of their civilian counterparts. Taking the first step to getting help is as easy as visiting http://www.DrinkingIQ.org. The anonymous online alcohol screening tool, …
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By Jennifer Gerrior, guest DoDLive blogger  Assuming the average PCS requires an average of 2.5 months of planning, packing, unpacking, and readjusting, I have worked more than 24 months of my adult life coordinating our family’s moves over the course of …
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By Elaine Sanchez, American Forces Press Service From www.defense.gov  WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Defense Department is working to break down credentialing barriers for service members and veterans preparing to enter the civilian workforce, a DOD official said. “The goal … is …
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By Elaine Sanchez, American Forces Press Service From www.defense.gov  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Another state has joined an interstate agreement to ease school transitions for children from military families, bringing the overall tally of member states to 40, a Defense Department official …
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