Tag Archives: information

The Doctor Is In – Time for the Flu Vaccine

It’s that time of year again – flu season. Time for you and your family to get flu shots. Not only will you significantly lower your chance of getting the flu this winter, but you can make an important contribution to public health by limiting the spread of this dangerous disease. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention states “flu …

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Stress And Suicide In The Corps

After Barbara Christianson got off work on Jan. 24, she picked up her 4-year-old grandson Nate, ran by the grocery store and McDonald’s, and headed home. Christianson’s neighbor hated when anyone parked in the street in front of her house, but that day as Christianson pulled into the driveway of her rambler home, she noticed a blue van parked there. …

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DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable: Hiring Our Heroes & MSEP

Getting a job in this economy isn’t always easy, but if you’re a military spouse – between moving and family and deployments – finding employment can seem like a real challenge.  Thankfully, there are programs designed specifically to meet the employment needs of the military spouse! So how do you find out all you need to know about getting set …

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Deployments Not Stopping Education

Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa, once said “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Those words have had an impact on people everywhere continuing to better themselves through education. For soldiers in the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, they have continued to further their education by enrolling in college courses available with …

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