Military Families Sitemap - Page 1 2016-09-26

Tips to Help Military Families Take Care of their Mind, Body and Spirit
Information and resources to help members of military families nurture their mind, body and spirit.

Silver Lining Villages Alternative Medicine for Vets
Silver Lining Villages provides a wide range of complementary alternative medicine services to active duty servicemembers, veterans, and families.

TRICARE
Learn about your TRICARE benefits, including information on the TRICARE Dental Program, the TRICARE Pharmacy and DEERS enrollment.

Schools and Educational Options for Military Kids
Information and resources about the various educational options available to military kids. Includes material on DoDDS, homeschooling, tutoring, scholarships and more.

Commissaries and AAFES
Commissary and AAFES information and resources for military families.

PCS Moves
Wide variety of resources and information for military families.

Active Duty Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)
Detailed instructions to help active duty servicemembers understand their Leave and Earnings Statements (LES).

Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) Explained
Detailed instructions to help Active Duty service members understand their Leave and Earnings Statements (LES). Page 2.

Preparing for and Coping with Deployments - Military Families
Information, tips and suggestions to help servicemembers and their loved ones prepare and cope with all phases of deployments. Learn about pre-deployment checklists, care packages, explaining deployment to kids and creating a support network.

Family and Parenting in the Military - Military Families
A wide range of articles, tips and suggestions to help military families make the most of this unique lifestyle. Base activities, camps for military kids and resources for parents are among the topics covered here.

Adapting to Military Life - Military Families
Adapting to military life may seem challenging for servicemembers and their loved ones. To help ease your transition, you'll find information covering the military lifestyle, including material on DEERS, ID cards, TRICARE, United Concordia, common acronyms and support for military spouses.

Wounded Warriors - Military Families
Help is available for servicemember's wounded in action. Learn about support organizations for servicemembers and their families, navigating the VA and resources for those suffering from PTSD.

Military Reserves and National Guard - Military Families
Information, resources and support geared for Reservists, Guardsmen and their spouses. Learn what to expect when called to active duty and tips for transitioning from civilian life to military life and vice versa.

PATH Intl. Horses for Heroes Therapeutic Riding Programs
Horses for Heroes is a PATH Intl therapeutic riding program for servicemembers suffering from TBI, PTSD and other combat related injuries. Learn more about the PATH Intl. Horses for Heroes program and find a facility near you.

Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Learn about the many terms associated with Polytrauma and TBI
Many terms are associated with polytrauma and traumatic brain injury. This glossary will help you become familiar with words that are often used in relationship to polytrauma and TBI.

Military Child Care
Learn about the various military child care options available to military families.

After Deployment - Resources and Information for Servicemembers and Military Families
Post deployment resources and information for servicemembers and military families, including material on PTSD.

Military Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers
Tips, hints and suggestions to help you create and send care packages to deployed servicemembers.

Operation Purple has Free Summer Camp for Military Kids
Operation Purple is a free summer camp program provided through the National Military Family Association (NMFA). Here's what you need to know.

Maternity Leave for Military Moms-Policy, Benefits
Maternity leave is just as important for military moms as for civilians. Female servicemember have more to worry about but the basics are the same.

Modest Needs Foundation and Code of Support Foundation
Modest Needs Foundation and Code of Support Foundation both provide support and resources to veterans and their family.

Dealing with Family Role Reassignment after Deployment
Homecoming is a time of joy, challenge, and readjustment for military families. Here are tips to smooth out the path to a new—and different—life.

Audie Murphy: Leading the Battle for PTSD Awareness
Audie Murphy, the most decorated soldier in WWII, openly talked about his experience with PTSD and became an inspiration to later generations

Just Like the Movies? Busting Myths about Military Life
Military life is surrounded by myths and misconceptions. But if you haven't lived it, you really have no idea. We bust some common myths.

Living on a Military Base: Five Things You Need to Know
Getting ready for your first time living on a military base? Rules can be daunting, but with research and planning you can make a smooth transition

How Do Military Family Members Enroll in DEERS?
DEERS Enrollment - Learn the steps you need to take to enroll spouses and children in DEERS.

PTSD and Veterans – Resources and Support for Veterans Suffering from PTSD
PTSD resources and support groups for Veterans suffering from PTSD

Support for Spouses of Military Personnel Battling PTSD
Military spouses of servicemembers battling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder often feel isolated and unsupported. Help is available through these resources.

Five Tips to Keep You Connected to Friends and Family
Between frequent moves and deployments, it’s sometimes hard to stay connected to friends and family. But these tips will make it a lot easier

Abandoned Military Spouses -- An Unpleasant Reality:
If you're the wife or husband of a military servicemember and you feel you've been abandoned, you have a number of legal rights. Find out more here..

Stolen Valor: Out Those Who Impersonate Military or Vets
It's illegal to claim to have received military honors with the intent of receiving monetary or other gain. It's also really, really sleazy.

Dual Military Marriages: Can They Work?
Dual military marriages can and do work. But it takes planning, flexibility, and mutual support--like any other assignment. This guide will help.

Modifying Child Support--Inro for Non-Custodial Parents
If you’re a non-custodial parent in the Guard or Reserve, it’s essential to modify child support orders before you leave on deployment. Here's how.

Parenting a Child with Emotional Disorders
Military children are more likely than civilian children to develop mental health conditions, including emotional disorders.

Gold Star Wives: Who They Are and What They Do
Information about the history and activities of the national non-profit, Gold Star Wives of America

Where to Take a Family or Military Couples Retreat
The military lifestyle can take a toll on marriages and family members. A military couples retreat that may include workshops can help strengthen military marriages and rebuild post-deployment bonds.

TRICARE Coverage for Newborns and Kids
Through its well-child program, TRICARE covers numerous routine exams, vaccinations, and tests for newborns and young children through age six.

Military Care Package; Shipping Supplies
Here are all the supplies you'll need to ensure that your care packages will actually get to the servicemembers they're suposed to reach.

Create a Deployment Memory Box to Preserve Keepsakes
Memory boxes are an excellent way to preserve deployment keepsakes and memorabilia. Learn how to create a memory box that you and your descendents will treasure.

Advice for Military Families from About.com
Find information, resources and support for deployments, parenting issues, money and finances, marriage in the military and adapting to military life.

Military Kids Clothes and Merchandise for Military Homecomings
Large variety of kids clothes specifically designed for military homecomings.

Military Kids Clothes and Merchandise for Military Homecomings
Large variety of kids clothes specifically designed for military homecomings.

Military Kids Clothes and Merchandise for Military Homecomings
Large variety of kids clothes specifically designed for military homecomings.

Patriotic Maternity Tops For Military Wife, Girlfriend
Large variety of military themed maternity shirts specifically designed for military wives and girlfriends.

Patriotic Maternity Tops For Military Wife, Girlfriend
Large variety of military themed maternity shirts specifically designed for military wives and girlfriends.

Is Your Child Introverted, Extroverted or Ambiverted?
Knowing whether your child is an introvert, extrovert, or ambivert will help you plan activities and social interactions accordingly.

Active Duty Alerts Help Protect Deploying Servicemembers from Identity Theft
As an added protection against identity theft, servicemembers can place an active duty alert on their credit report.

Marriage in the Military - Military Families
Servicemembers and their spouses face numerous challenges related to the military lifestyle. Dealing with stress, reintegrating after deployment, military retreats for couples and ways to honor and support each other are among the topics discussed.

Marriage Enrichment Retreats
Resources and information about various marriage enrichment retreats for military couples.

Care Package No-Nos - Don't Send These Prohibited Items
Before you send a care package to a deployed servicemember, see this list of prohibited items.

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers
Sending care packages to deployed servicemembers shows support and love. Learn to create a package that's sure to put a smile on his or her face.

Military Cookie Cutters: Cookies Can Be More than Tasty
In this article we discuss the joys of making cookies as well as the huge variety of cookie shapes, including a variety of military themes.

Basics for New Military Spouse: Make an Transition Easy
Are you a new military spouse? Use this guide to help ease your transition from civilian life to military life.

A Guide to Faith, Spirituality, and the Military Family
Faith and/or spirituality can be a cornerstone of a military family and may profoundly impact the entire family's physical and mental health.

Win a Free Vacation: Create Family Memories
Being a military family can make it hard to create new family memories. But a great family vacation could help. Here's how to win a free one.

Geographic Bachelor - The Right Choice for Your Family?
Geographic bachelor, or “geo-bach” is when the family chooses to live in a different location than the servicemember. There are plusses and minuses.

Managing Finances in the Military
Bank accounts and credit cards. Military Families.

Managing Investment Property While on Active Duty
Buying a home can be a great way to build additional income while in the military. But it's not without risk. Here's what you need to know to decide.

Military Units that Need Care Packages and Letters
Would you like to send care packages to deployed servicemembers but don't know anyone who's serving overseas? This article will show you how to help.

Changing Your Driver's License When You PCS in Military
If you're PCSing to a new state and you plan to drive there, be sure to learn about any and all laws and regs covering changing your driver's license.

CREDO Offers Free Marriage Retreats for Couples
Through the Chaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) members of the Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and their spouses can attend free marriage enrichment retreats.

myPay Login Instructions How to Create a myPay Account
Create a military myPay account by following these straightforward, step-by-step instructions.

Post-Deployment Transition for Military Couples
The post-deployment time period brings about numerous adjustments for military couples. Learn what to expect when your spouse returns from deployment.

Celebrating Holidays and Special Occasions - Military Families
Suggestions for celebrating holidays and special occasions. Tips include gift ideas for deployed servicemembers, ways to help kids and spouses celebrate during their loved one's absence and ideas for creating memorable festivities when the family unit is together.

Celebrating Holidays While a Loved One is Deployed
There’s no need to wallow in sadness during holidays. Instead, fill your time serving others and thinking of ways to involve your deployed spouse.

Travel and Entertainment - Military Families
Whether you're PCSing or planning a vacation, find military travel and entertainment deals, military-friendly resorts, destinations catering to military families and tips for traveling on a budget.

Stationed in Italy: 10 Things to Do before You Leave
When stationed in Italy, you'll find many exciting, family-friendly adventures just outside the gates of your base. Explore as many of them as you can.

Stationed in Germany: 10 Must-Do Adventures
There are hundreds of family-friendly activities and excursions to do in Germany. Here are 10 of our favorites.

Schools and Educational Options for Military Kids
Learn about the educational options and resources available to parents evaluating civilian or military schools or who are considering homeschooling.

Low-Cost Child Care Programs for Military Families
Learn about the various subsidized and low cost child care programs available to military families.

Everyone Should Use the NATO Alphabet and Military Time
All of us, including civilians, should use the NATO alphabet and the 24-hour clock: It is professional, standardized, and could possibly save lives.

The American Military Partner Association
The American Military Partner Association supports spouses, partners, & families of American LGBT servicemembers and veterans. Read this to learn more

Quotes About Courage: Words to Inspire Us All


Five Thing You Need to Know before You Get a Pet
Having a pet while you’re on active duty is possible, but you'll need to consider a number of factors before you bring your new furry friend home.

How to Have a Spectacular Military Wedding
Weddings are always extra special days, but military weddings are extra special. Here are 10 tips to make your wedding the best day of your life.

Money in the Military: 12 Ways to Be Financially Stable
Many military families live paycheck to paycheck, but by learning to make smart decisions, you can help your family achieve financial stability.

Military Pay and Personal Finances - Military Families
Information and resources pertaining to military pay and managing personal finances. Learn about BAH, LES, myPay, hazardous duty pay and scholarships, along with moneysaving and budgeting tips.

U.S. Military Pay Charts
U.S. Military pay charts for active duty, Reserve and Guard. Features base pay, drill pay, BAS and BAH.

Va Loans
Information and resources pertaining to VA Loans for veterans.

14 Things to Consider Before Your Spouse Deploys
The time leading up to deployment is precious for everyone. Minimize pre-deployment stress and anxiety by implementing the following suggestions.

IRRRL Program Before You Refinance a VA Loan
Know the facts before you refinance your current VA loan through the IRRRL program. This program can help you reduce your payment or shorten your term

Military Child Development Program: A Valuable Resource
The Military Child Development Program offers military families many ways to meet their childcare needs. Learn about the program and its fees.

PCS and Other Common Acronyms Related to Military Moves
Learn the meaning of the various acronyms related to military moves such as PCS, HHG, MALT and others.

Frequently Asked Questions About VA Home Loans
Get answers to common questions regarding VA home loans.

Pledge of Allegiance: History and Interesting Facts
History and interesting facts about the Pledge of Allegiance.

Making a Smooth Transition from Military to Civilian Life
We all leave the service at some point. And sometimes making the shift from the military to civilian culture can be tough.

Leaving the Military: Prepare Yourself and Your Family
Many military families look forward to transitioning out of the military. There are plenty of advantages, but it’s essential to plan ahead.

How to Pursue an Education While in the Military
Education options for servicemembers and spouses

Homeschooling and Military Life: Right For Your Family?
Frequent changes in duty station can leave children with gaps in education. Many parents consider homeschooling. Here's are the plusses and minuses.

Deployment Goals - What to Do while Your Spouse is Away
Deployments are hard on every member of the family. But you can make the most of your time apart by setting and achieving individual and family goals

How Deployments Affect Family Member and How to Help
Deployments are hard before, during, and afterward. But you can get through them. Start by asking for help. Millions of families already have.

Common Struggles for Military Families And How to Cope with Them
Growing up in the military can be exciting and interesting, but it’s rarely easy. Here are some common struggles and effective ways to cope with them

Getting What You're Entitled to from the VA
If you're injured or fall seriously ill while serving in the military, you may be eligible for financial compensation. This article covers the details.

Military Dad: Making the Most Of Time with Your Kids
Here are some great tips to help you be the best version of both of your selves: servicemember and dad.

Date Night: How to Put the Spark Back in Your Romance
Between his duties on base, PCS moves, and life in general, you and your spouse probalby don’t go out as often as you’d like. You need date night!

The Difference between TRICARE Prime and TRICARE
TRICARE Standard and TRICARE Prime both offer great optins for military families. But there are important diferences.

The Battle of the Ranks: A Guide for Military Wives
Despite the claim that everyone in uniform is equal, there are unspoken rules about class and rank. Treat everyone with respect and avoid competition.

Resources To Help You Plan and Prepare for a PCS Move
Resources and information to help you plan and prepare for a PCS move.

Saving Money at AAFES: Lower Your Bill at the PX or BX
Love to shop at AAFES stores? Use these tips and suggestions to help you save money at the PX and BX.

VA Loan Eligibility Reserve: for Reserve and Guard
You'll need proof of service to get a VA loan. Learn which proof forms are required for current or former servicemembers in the Reserve and Guard.

Learn About Your Next Duty Station Before You PCS
Once you receive your orders take some time and learn about your new duty station and the surrounding community.

Teaching Kids About Veterans Day
A number of fun, educational activities, tips, and suggestions to help you teach your child about Veterans Day.

When Your Child Leaves for Basic Training
Your child just enlisted and took the oath. Now what? For parents knowing what to expect often helps reduce anxiety and demystefy basic training.

You and Your Military Husband: Helpful Ways to Show Your Support
If your husband is serving in the military, here's how to show him that you support him in a way that will lift his spirits and help him feel loved.

Marriage in the Military: Making It a Priority
Marriage is challenging. Maintaining a happy marriage when one or both spouses are in the military brings with it a myriad of additional considerations.

Star Spangled Banner Lyrics and History
Learn the lyrics to the Star Spangled Banner and test your knowledge about our national anthem.

Deployment Pay: 4 Ways to Put It to Good Use
Tips and suggestions to help military couples decide how to best use the additional income received from deployments.

Helping Military Kids Cope with a PCS Move
Tips and suggestions for parents on how to help their child cope with a PCS move.

Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Germany (DoDDS-E)
Contact information for the schools in the Kaiserslautern, Heidelberg and Bavaria districts of DoDDS-E.

DoDEA Schools for Military Kids in Korea (DoDDS-P)
Contact information for Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) in Korea.

DoDEA Schools for Military Kids in Okinawa
Contact information for the Department of Defense Dependents Schools located in Okinawa (DoDDS-P)

Blue Angels, Thunderbirds, Golden Knights
Learn about the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, U.S.A.F Thunderbirds and the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team.

Military Moves: Making the Inevitable Less Stressful
Moving is part of military life. Here are some tips to help take some (but not all, sorry) of the stress out of those annoying-yet-inevitable moves.

Gifts for Army Moms: What More Could She Want
Large selection of gifts for Army moms. Items include drinkware, apparel, keepsake boxes, throw pillows, calendars, phone cases, iPad cases & more.

Gifts for Army Moms: What More Could She Want
Large selection of gifts for Army moms. Items include drinkware, apparel, keepsake boxes, throw pillows, calendars, phone cases, iPad cases & more.

Military Financial Assistance Programs for Families
Many financial assistance programs are available to military families. Soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines along with their dependents can get the financial help they need.

American Flag Memorial Day Protocol
Learn the proper protocol for flying the American Flag on Memorial Day.

Understanding Your Leave and Earnings Statement
Understanding your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) is simplified with these comprehensive explanations specifically designed for members of the Reserve and National Guard.

LES for Reserve and National Guard – Understanding Your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)
Understanding your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) is simplified with these comprehensive explanations specifically designed for members of the Reserve and National Guard. Page 2.

Celebrate Military Child Month in April
April is Month of the Military Child. Find out what you can do to pay tribute to these young heroes.

How To Enroll a Stepchild in TRICARE
Learn the necessary steps you must take to enroll your stepchild in TRICARE.

Services Not Covered by the TRICARE Dental Program
Comprehensive list of services and treatments that are not covered by the TRICARE Dental Program.

Great Apps for Military Families: Making Military Life a Little Easier
Whether you're PCS-ing, managing finances, raising kids, or coping with deployment, there's definiitely an app for that.

Military Discounts and Freebies
Many businesses and organizations offer military discounts and freebies to military families. Browse through this comprehensive list to find a military discount or free offer on numerous products and services.

Military Discounts and Freebies
Many businesses and organizations offer military discounts and freebies to military families. Browse through this comprehensive list to find a military discount or free offer on numerous products and services.

The Military Spouse Residency Relief Act and How it Benefits You
Civilian military spouses enjoy many of the same legal protections as their uniform-wearing spouse. But the laws are complex. This article can help.

TRICARE Dental Program - Contact Information
Contact information for the Tricare Dental Program, administered by United Concordia.

TRICARE Reserve Select-Everything You Need to Know
Answers to common questions regarding the TRICARE Reserve Select health plan.

TRICARE Reserve Select Health Plan
Learn about the TRICARE health plan for Reservists and their dependents.

Free Grief Counseling and Support Services for Military Survivors
A list of places that offer military survivors free grief counseling and support services.

How To Request a Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate
Birth certificates are an important document to keep on hand. If yours (or an immediate family members) has been lost, stolen, soiled or destroyed you'll need to acquire a replacement. Learn how to request a certified copy of a birth certificate.

Army FMWR Arts and Crafts Centers
Learn about the Arts and Crafts Centers provided by the Army's FMWR program and see if there is a center at your installation.

PATH Intl. Horses for Heroes Therapeutic Riding Program
Horses for Heroes is a therapeutic riding program for wounded warriors and combat veterans that are suffering from PTSD, TBI or recovering from physical wounds sustained in combat. Learn more about the Horses for Heroes program that's provided through PATH International.

Support the Troops by Donating Your Unwanted Items
Support the troops and military families by donating your gently used clothing, books, toys, furniture and household items to these organizations.

Support Groups for Parents of Servicemembers
Support groups for parents with a child in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.

OMCC Offers Subsidized Child Care for Military Families
The Operation Military Child Care (OMCC) program offers subsidized child care to military families. Learn more about the OMCC program including eligibility requirements and how how apply.

Subsidized Child Care Programs for Army Families
Army families in need of subsidized child care can learn about the various options available to them.

How Deployment Affects Military Families
Servicemembers and their families are both affected by deployment. Here we look at the most common issues families of deployed servicemembers face.

Fisher House Locations
Fisher Houses are located in the U.S. and abroad, Fisher House takes care of the lodging needs of families visiting wounded or ill servicemembers.

Benefits of Pursuing Higher Education
Military spouses face hurdles finding work because employers may resist hiring someone who'll move. Here are simple steps to overcome this obstacle.

Important Tax Tips for Military Families
Military families have access to tax-reducing strategies not available to civilians. Understand them to cut your taxes and put money in your pocket.

2013 Basic Pay Chart for Active Duty Enlisted Servicemembers
2013 Basic Pay Chart for Active Duty Enlisted Servicemembers

Military Pay - BAH, BAS and Other Allowances for 2013
Listing of 2013 rates for BAH, BAS and other allowances.

2012 Weekend Drill Pay Chart for Reserves and National Guard
2012 Drill Pay for servicemembers in the Reserves or National Guard. Posted salaries are based on a standard Saturday and Sunday weekend drill and reflect the 1.6 percent approved pay raise.

Renewing Driver's License - Military Personnel & Family
When PCSing, military personnel and their dependents will at some point be faced with making a decision about renewing a driver's license.

Budgeting for Military Families
Shopping at your base commissary can save you money. Using coupons, buying in bulk, and planning your meals based on sale items can save you even more

Grief Quotes: Thoughts for When Words Fail You
Numerous quotes about grief compiled to help you with your grief and sorrow.

Camps for Military Kids
Numerous camps are available specifically for military kids of all ages. Learn more about the various programs and how your child can benefit from them.

Help for Wounded Warriors--Orgs That Can and Do Help
Wounded Warrior resources for servicemembers wounded in action on or after September 11, 2001.

Respite Care for Military Parents of Exceptional Children
Learn about the various respite care options available to military parents of exceptional (special needs) children.

Military Suicide Awareness and Prevention
Learn about the numerous suicide awareness and prevention programs available to servicemembers, veterans and military families.

Vacation Resorts and Cruises for Military Families
Before making your travel arrangements, check out these military-friendly resorts and vacation destinations. Listings feature military discounts and numerous accommodations for travel within the U.S. and various countries worldwide.

Understanding TRICARE Prime
Get answers to frequently asked questions about TRICARE Prime, including information about enrollment fees along with instructions on how to enroll.

Scholarships and Grants for Military Kids
Organizations and foundations offering scholarships and grants to military kids.

Military and Family Life: Finding the Right Balance
Military life can be busy and hectic and having a spouse and children makes things even busier and more hectic. Is balance possible? Yep. Here how.

Memorial Day: Honoring America's Fallen Servicemembers
Most Americans think of Memorial Day as a day off instead of a day to remember those who died for our country. Here's how to observe this holiday.

Making Friends at a New Duty Station: A How-to Guide
Making new friends at a new duty station can be scary and difficult. But, if you put yourself out there, you’ll meet tons of great, new people

Employment Options for Military Spouses
Finding the perfect job when you're a military spouse

A Guide to Starting a Business as a Military Spouse
High unemployment among military spouses has caused many to start their own business. Here’s what you need to know to set yourself up for success.

Working on a Military Base: Perks for Civilians
You don’t need to uniform to work on a military base. If you’re a civilian and considering a job on a military base, Uncle Sam offers many perks

Pets in the Military: Should You Get One?
Pets can be great for families or single servicemembers, but they're lots of work. Before you bring home a new friend, you need to do some planning.

TRICARE Dental Program: An Important Military Benefit
The TRICARE Dental Program, which is administered by MetLife, is a dental insurance program that's available to military families.

Parenting Young Children: When a Spouse is on Active
Parenting young children is always a challenge. Doing it while juggling frequent duty station changes, deployments, & training can be overwhelming.

Changing Duty Stations: Making Every New House a Home
Frequent relocations are a big challenges of military life. This article offers strategies for how to take your home with you everywhere you go.

Raising a Military Brat: A Guide for Parents
Uprooting a child every few years to move away from family and friends may not be a conventional way of raising a family. But there are many benefits

Must-Know Vocabulary for New Military Families
If you’re new to it, the language of the military can seem quite foreign. Learn these abbreviations and acronyms and you’ll be used to it in no time

Being a Military Brat: A Guide to Life on the Inside
Being a military brat can be stressful, but it’s also a unique and rewarding experience. The lessons learned and skills acquired will last a lifetime

How Can I Celebrate Valentine Day In a Military Family?
Is your spouse or partner deployed during Valentine's Day? Check out these ideas for how to celebrate long-distance.

Army Emergency Relief - Financial Help for Soldiers
Army Emergency Relief (AER) provides soldiers with financial assistance. Learn to how to apply for AER help.

When Your Spouse is in OCS: What to Know Before He Goes
The time before your spouse leaves for Officer Candidate School is crucial. You’ll have a lot of questions and it’s important to prepare.

Picking Your Next Duty Station: Six Things to Consider
The military doesn’t often let servicemembers choose their duty stations, but sometimes you get to do exactly that. This article will help you choose

Army's Strong Bonds Program Helps Military Marriages
The Army's Strong Bonds Couples Program offers marriage enrichment retreats and courses to servicemembers and their spouses.

Being Pregnant Solo: What to Do When Your Spouse is Deployed
Some deployed expectant dads don't mind missing the pregnancy and its crazy hormones, they’re missing a special time. Here’s how to keep him involved.

Separating From the Military-Why You Might Want to Leave
If you’re trying to decide between separating and reenlisting, this article will help you explore some of the biggest reasons some decide to get out.

Military Occupation Codes: Making the Best Career Choice
The military offers hundreds of jobs. This article will help set you on the path to finding the right military career for you.

How to Get a VA Home Loan Certificate of Eligibility
When veterans apply for a VA loan a certificate of eligibility is required. Learn how to get this important document.

Overseas PCS
Preparing for an overseas move. Military Families.

Welcome to Your New Base--Make It the Best One Ever
There are plenty of ways to embrace a new base and community by visiting the local attractions, attending city events, and supporting local businesses

Recreation on Military Bases: Knowing Your Options
Whether it's enjoying a day off, taking a long vacation, or exploring a new hobby, military bases are perfect for saving money and trying new things.

Taking the Stress Out of Moving
If you're in the military, you're going to move. A lot.This guide can take the stress out of military moves and make you a PCS expert

How Does the Military Lending Act Affect You and Your Family?
The Military Lending Act offers important provisions designed to protect miiltary famliies from predatory lenders and financial scams.

Joining the Military--When to Make the Transition
Thinking about joining the military? Whether you’re 18, 25, or 40, there are advantages and disadvantages. You’ll learn about them here.

How to Build a Strong Military Marriage
Military marriages undergo an immense amount of stress and strain. But with direct communication, honesty, and affection, it’s not impossible.

A Servicemember's PTSD Affects the Whole Family
One in four veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq are suffering from PTSD. But they're not alone. Their spouse and children are affected too.

Military Life--Misconceptions about Those Who Serve
There are lots of misconceptions about the military--whether it's free groceris, high salaries, or constant combat. This article dispells myths

Community Service--Teaching Kids about Volunteering
Volunteering as a family is a great way to develop new skills, learn cooperation & leadership, spend time together, and give back to the community.

Promotion Testing--Know How You Learn and Ace the Exams
Higher ranks mean more pay and responsibilities. If you find your learning style and allow enough time to learn the material, you'll be promoted in no time

Keep Family Strong during Deployment--Staying Connected
For deployed military, staying connected to family back home and keeping relationships strong is hard. This article includes many helpful strategies.

Military Kids and Deployment - Explaining It to Kids
For many military parents, explaining their deployment to their children is a task they don't take lightly. Numerous resources are available to help you determine the best way to share your news.

TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery Program: Easier and Cheaper
The TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery program offers military families an economical and convenient way to fill their prescriptions. Learn about their new fee schedule to include zero copays for generic medications.

Military Care Packages: Shipping Tips
Increase the odds that your servicemember will receive his or her care package in the best possible condition.

The Post 9-11 GI Bill--Uncommon Ways to Use It
There are many uncommon ways to use your GI Bill benefits: to become a pilot, start your own company, and more. You just need to know where to look.

The VA: How to Get the Services You're Entitled To
If you served your country, you may be entitled to a variety of services through the VA, incuding healthcare, loan guarantees, and burial

Overweight Teen? Try This Obesity Prevention Study
Researchers are recruiting for a study of a new approach to combatting obesity in the adolescent children of military personnel. Find out how to sign up here.

Deployed During the Holidays--It's Not Always a Downer
Deployments are difficult no matter what time of year, but you can feel especially lonely if you’re gone during the holidays.

Be Your Own Boss: Is It Right for You and Your Family?
To be a successful business owner after separation, you’ll need a dream, business savvy, and the commitment to put in a lot of time and effort.

Groups that support servicemembers and families.
Many groups--private and government--can help individual servicemembers, spouses, children, and vetereans.

Support the Enlisted Project and Army Emergency Relief
Support The Enlisted Project and Army Emergency Relief both help military families by providing financial assistance in times of need.

Post Traumatic Stress - A Guide to Understanding PTSD
PTSD used to be associated only with combat vets. But civilians are being diagnosed too. Here’s how to recognize symptoms and know when to get help.

Suicide in the Military: Why Is It Still So Common?
Some military suicides are the restult of combat-related images or experiences. But the majority of suides were never deployed to combat zones.

Teens and Substance Abuse: Combating Abuse and Addiction
Teens in military families are under a huge amount of stress. Some cope well, others turn to drugs/alcohol. Here's how to recognize the symptoms of abuse.

Managing Debt and Credit - Two Sides of the Same Coin
The words debt and credit sound different, but they're actually almost the same. Credit is just money you don't owe yet. Here's more on the difference.

Hope for the Warriors: Aid for Servicemembers and Families
Hope For The Warriors understands the effects of war on servicemembers and their families and they provide a variety of helpful services and programs

The Military Families Learning Network: What It Is
The MFLN is relatively new, but it provides servicemembers and their family with essential info, help, education, and learning in many areas.

The Family Readiness System: Everything You Need to Know
The Family Readiness System promotes a stable family and helping support each member through the many challenges life throws their way.

All about the Money
After separating from the military, you'll face many important financial issues. The more you plan ahead, the less stressful your transition will be

Getting Out: Make a Smooth Transition to Civilian Life
You learned a lot in the military, not only about your job, but also how to be a great employee and teammate. Use that training to get the job you want.

Driving Under the Influence: Ramifications on or off Base
The consequences of a DUI on-base or off can be severe and can include both civilian and military penalties..

Confidential Face-to-Face Non-Medical Counseling
With its sudden changes, military life gets really complicated really quickly. The DoD has a new solution for servicemembers that can help you and your family cope..

Give an Hour Offers Free Counseling to Servicemembers and Their Loved Ones
Give an Hour provides free mental health services to current and former servicemembers and military family members to include fiancees and parents of servicemembers.

Narcotic Medications and Servicemembers: Identifying and Overcoming Addiction
Rates of illegal drug abuse are lower in the military than among civilians but the rate of prescription drug abuse & addiction is higher in military.

Dating in Military; Starting a Relationship w Civilian
Relationships between military and civilains aren't easy. But they can--and do--last. You’ll have to put in a lot of work. But it’ll be well worth it.

The D Word is Not Just for Active Duty
Deployment is a fact of life for anyone in the military. But for those in the Guard and Reserve, the preparation can be far more difficult.

Service Dogs and Therapy Dogs for Soldiers
We've all seen dogs that service the blind. Today's therapy dogs may also be trained to help soldiers overcome symptoms of PTSD, TBI, and other issues

10 Tips for Summertime Fun for Military Families
When the warm weather finally rolls around, you and your family have incredible options for fun and enjoyment—in most cases, it won't cost a fortune.

Love at a Distance
Maintaining a long-distance relationships is incredibly challenging. This article will help you through the separation with your relationship intact.

Financial Support for Active Military Members
Military personnel and their families have a wide range of financial tools. This article will help keep financial troubles from becoming nightmares

How to Ace Your Enlisted Performance Review
To ace your performance review, keep track of everything you do and demonstrate how you've saved the military time, money, and manpower.

Serving in Reserves./Guard--More than One Weekend a Month
Reserve and Guard offer great opportunities. Prepare for changes, communicate, manage your time, and set reasonable goals, and you'll benefit greatly.

Money in the Military--Basic Pay is Just the Beginning
Basic pay is just the beginning. With time, effort, and possible separation from family, you can increasing your military earnings.

Married to a Reservist--That Makes You a Soldier Too
Being married to someone serving in the military Reserve or Guard makes you a soldier as well, serving your country as you support your spouse.

Military Family College Savings Strategy
Whether saving for your children or spouse, military families need to carefully plan their education funding and know what resources are available.

Positive Relationships with Children during Deployments
Deployment is hard on everyone. With planning and preparation, you and your family will get through this—and come out stronger on the other side.

June 2011 Army Strong Bonds Program for Couples
June 2011 schedule for Army Strong Bonds marriage enrichment programs for Army couples.

the Emotional Challenges of Coming Home after Deployment
Welcoming a servicemember home from deployment can be exciting. But the period of adjustment may not unfold exactly as you imagined it.

Being an Absentee Landlord
You’re moving to a new duty station.Do you sell your current home or rent it out and become landlords? Here's how to make the best decision.

Coming Out in the Military
Coming out as gay or lesbian in the military is legal, but doing so can be tricky -- and nervewracking. This article gives advice and guidance.

Saving Money on a Military Budget
Saving money on a military salary isn’t easy, but with planning and patience, you’ll be amazed at how much you can save for retirement or a rainy day.

Acing The Military PFT
Throughout your military tenure you’ll be required to pass the standard PFT at least once/year. Here’s how you can maximize your score.

Father’s Day during Deployment
If your servicemember is going to be deployed this Father’s Day, here are ideas to make it special, even though you can't do it in person.

Moving Day--Making Sure it Goes Off without a Hitch
Whether you’re PCSing up the road or on the other side of the world, moving is stressful, You can tame the terrors of the big day w/ these steps.

Your Spouse Military ID Card: What It is and What It Means
Your spouse military ID card is key to accessing benefits available to you as a military spouse. Here's what your card can do an why it's so important

Maintaining Work/Life Balance: A Primer for Vets and Their Families
You served your country and now it’s time to get on with your life. That's easier said than done. These tips will help make that transition easier.

Lodging Facilities and Leisure Travel: A Guide for Military Families
As a servicemember or dependent, you have access to military lodging and resorts around the world. Here’s a quick rundown of some of your options.

Activities, camps, etc. for children of military
Activities, camps, etc. for children of military

Finding Your Passion: Developing a Military Career
When you & your family move constantly and your partner’s job doesn’t allow for much compromis, a dream job may seem impossible, but it's not.

Preparing for Emergencies, Part 3: Food Storage
In an emergency, food is one of the most important things for survival—only water and air are more important. Here we discuss food-storage options.

Preparing for Emergencies, Part 2: Purifying Water
You can survive 3 minutes without air, 3 days without water. You won't run out of air anytime soon, so we'll show you how to get safe drinking water.

Preparing for Emergencies, Part 1; Surival Kits
Having what you need, when you need it, wherever you are, can be difference between life & death in an emergency. Here's how to pack emergency kits

Reducing the Military Divorce Rate
Military life is tough on marriages and families.Each branch provides special services designed to strengthen families and help them avoid divorce.

Expanding Your Family Through Adoption
Adopting children is common for military famlies. Some state agencies won't work with military famlies, but the military itself has programs to help

Domestic Violence in the Military:
Reducing domestic violence is now a Department of Defense focus. Here we discuss causes of abuse and violence as well as possible solutions.

Military Housing: Assessing Whether Living On- or Off Base is Best
The housing options open to you depend on your marital and/or rank. In this article, you'll find advice on the pros and cons of each option.

Family Care Planning for Single Millitary Parents
Single parents can't enlist in the military. But circumstances can turn a once-married servicemember into a single parent. You need a Family Care Plan

Last-Minute Valentine Day Ideas for Military Families
It's not too late to share some Valentine's Day love with a deployed servicemember. We've got lots of creative, inspiring--and romantic--ideas.

How Military Families Should Be Evaluating BAH
Understanding Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) is vital when searching for a home off base.

Transferring Your Military Education Benefits
Military educational benefits used to be a use-it-or-lose-it proposition. But now you can transfer them to your kids and/or spouse. Here's how.

Deciding Whether to Reenlist or Opt Out of the Military
Your decision to reenlist or get out of the military will affect you and your family for years. Make a plan, get good advice, and choose wisely.

Money Problems for Military Families
The military doesn't pay terribly well, and that leaves many military families with a wide range of financial hurdles to overcome. Here are the top 5.

Navigating a Long Distance Relationship
Navigating a long-distance relationship is hard. Fortunately, technology can bridge the communication gap and make the separation much easier.

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Find a Hotel that Offers a Military Discount
Military families can save money on hotels by using military discounts.

Drink Water to Increase Your Energy
Need an energy boost? Drink water. Staying hydrated by drinking water will help increase your energy and assist you in fighting fatigue. Learn aboout the benefits of drinking water.

- By Category
An index of categories in the

Making Sure Your Vote Counts
The ins and outs of absentee ballots and elections while you're overseas.

What Does the Military Gold Star Represent?
Learn about the gold star that's affixed to US Military service banners.

Having a Baby: A Brief Guide to Military Family Planning
The decision to have children is a big one for any couple. But especially for military families. In this article, we explore your options

Finding the Perfect Home: 5 Steps for Every Military Family
Finding the perfect home is a priority when military members receive PCS orders. Here are 5 steps that will ensure that you get the right home for you.

Boot Camp for Military Spouses: What You Need to Know
Whether you are newly married or an old pro, having a spouse join the military and start basic training can challenging. Here's what you need to know.

Summer Camps for Military Kids
Summer camp is great for kids of all ages. Your child will learn social skills, make friends, life skills, and have wonderful adventures.

Welcome to the Military
Being a new military spouse is a challenge, but these tips will make it one you can easily handle.

Overseas Banking for Military Families: What You Need to Know
Military moves can make banking a challenge—especially if this is your first big move. It’s a lot to sort through, and this guide will help.

Gifts for Air Force Wives
Large variety of gifts for Air Force wives. Merchandise includes apparel, drinkware, iPad cases, iPhone cases, calendars, journals, throw pillows and much more.

Gifts for Air Force Wives
Large variety of gifts for Air Force wives. Merchandise includes apparel, drinkware, iPad cases, iPhone cases, calendars, journals, throw pillows and much more.

Gifts for Army Wives
Large variety of gifts for Army wives. Selection includes mugs, apparel, journals, calendars, tote bags, clocks, throw pillows and much more.

Gifts for Army Wives
Large variety of gifts for Army wives. Selection includes mugs, apparel, journals, calendars, tote bags, clocks, throw pillows and much more.

Gifts for Coast Guard Wives
Large variety of gifts for Coast Guard wives. Selection includes apparel, drinkware, iPhone cases, iPad cases, journals, calendars, keepsake boxes, tote bags and much more.

Gifts for Coast Guard Wives
Large variety of gifts for Coast Guard wives. Selection includes apparel, drinkware, iPhone cases, iPad cases, journals, calendars, keepsake boxes, tote bags and much more.

Gifts for Marine Wives
Large variety of gifts for Marine wives. Choose from drinkware, apparel, calendars, journals, keepsake boxes, iPhone cases, iPad cases and much more.

Gifts for Marine Wives
Large variety of gifts for Marine wives. Choose from drinkware, apparel, calendars, journals, keepsake boxes, iPhone cases, iPad cases and much more.

Send a Red Cross Message to a Deployed Military Member
Instructions and what to expect if you need to send a Red Cross message to your deployed loved one.

Military Ornaments
Large variety of porcelain military ornaments. Great for Christmas trees, wall decorations or placing atop a gift for a unique personal touch.

Military Ornaments
Large variety of porcelain military ornaments. Great for Christmas trees, wall decorations or placing atop a gift for a unique personal touch.

Free School Supplies for Military Kids
Operation Homefront's Back-to-School Brigade program provides backpacks and free school supplies to military kids.

Reactions You May Experience When a Loved One Dies
List of common reactions people have when a loved one dies, including mood swings, loss of appetite, short attention span and more.

What Are the PTSD Statistics for Military Members?
PTSD statistics for current and former military members.

2012 Basic Pay Chart for Active Duty Enlisted Members
2012 Military Basic Pay chart for active duty enlisted service personnel. The posted salaries reflect the 1.6% approved pay raise.

Air Force Base Commissary Directory
Listing of commissaries on U.S. Air Force Bases.

Military Gifts and Books - A Large Selection of Military Gifts and Books for Military Spouses, Parents, Kids and Servicemembers
Military gifts and books for military children, military spouses, servicemembers and the entire military family.

Gifts for Navy Wives
Large variety of gifts for Navy wives. Merchandise includes apparel, mugs, keepsake boxes, throw pillows, journals, tote bags, clocks, calendars and much more.

Helping Your Teen Deal with Relocation
When it comes to helping your teen cope with relocation, the most important thing is to listen, be kind, be loving, and patient. Very, very patient.

VFW Operation Uplink - Operation Uplink Provided by VFW Helps Deployed Troops Call Home for Free
Deployed troops can make free calls home twice a month through Operation Uplink, a program provided by the VFW.

Packing Tips for Family Emergencies that Require Travel
When your under stress because a crisis has occurred it's easy to forget necessary items when you're packing for you and your family. Use this list to help ensure you pack all the important items you'll need on your trip.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC)
What is a Veterans Affairs Medical Center? Learn about the services that a Veterans Affairs Medical Center provides to polytrauma and TBI patients.

What You Should Know about PCS Moves
Moving is a regular part of military life The process can sometimes be frustrating, confusing, and even frightening. The following tips will help.

Travel and Relocation for Military Kids
International military moves can be confusing, particularly if you’re new to the process. Read on to find out what to do before the relocation begins.

Gifts for Air Force Moms
Large selection of gifts for Air Force moms. Drinkware, apparel, journals, keepsake boxes, throw pillows, iPhone cases, iPad cases, notecards and much more.

Gifts for Marine Moms
Large variety of gifts for Marine moms. Selection includes drinkware, apparel, throw pillows, keepsake boxes, clocks, calendars, iPhone cases, iPad cases and much more.

Military Gifts for OEF Veterans and their Family Members
Large assortment of military merchandise for Operation Enduring Freedom veterans and their family members. Selection includes apparel for adults and kids, drinkware, stationary and home decor items.

Military Gifts for OEF Veterans and their Family Members
Large assortment of military merchandise for Operation Enduring Freedom veterans and their family members. Selection includes apparel for adults and kids, drinkware, stationary and home decor items.

Military Gifts for OIF Veterans and Family Members
Large assortment of military merchandise for Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans and their family members. Selection includes apparel for adults and kids, drinkware, stationary and home decor items.

Military Gifts for Siblings of Veterans
Large assortment of military merchandise for brothers and sisters of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coasties. Selection includes apparel for adults and kids, drinkware, stationary and home decor items.

Military Gifts for Siblings of Veterans
Large assortment of military merchandise for brothers and sisters of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coasties. Selection includes apparel for adults and kids, drinkware, stationary and home decor items.

Music Videos that Honor and Pay Tribute to U.S. Servicemembers Killed in Action
Music videos by Trace Adkins, Tim McGraw, Radney Foster, Danny Gokey and Billy Ray Cyrus honor and pay tribute to U.S. Servicemembers killed in action.

DoDEA Schools for Military Kids in Japan (DoDDS-P)
Contact information for the DoDEA schools located in Japan (DoDDS-P)

DoDEA Schools for Military Kids in Puerto Rico, Guam and Cuba
Contact information for DDESS in Puerto Rico, Guam and Cuba.

ACE Suicide Prevention Card
Learn about the ACE suicide prevention card for veterans and military families.

Easy Ways Military Spouses Can Reduce Deployment Stress
Deployments are rarely easy for military spouses. Learn how to reduce deployment stress with these tips and suggestions.

PTSD Books for Wounded Warriors and Military Families
Wide variety of books about PTSD for wounded warriors and military families.

2012 Blue Angels Schedule for Shows and Practices
Dates and locations for the Blue Angels 2012 season.

Commissary Directory - Navy and Marine Corps Installations
Listing of commissaries on US Navy and Marine Corps military installations.

2013 Military Payday Schedule
Listing of paydays in 2013 for active duty and Reserve military members.

What is the Commissary Early Bird Program?
Learn about the commissary's Early Bird program.

Honoring Fallen U.S. Servicemembers - Military Families
If tragedy strikes, no amount of advance information will ever fully prepare a spouse or loved one for the dreaded news. In an effort to provide insight into the process, you'll find material about notifications, SGLI, the Patriot Riders and memorials honoring fallen U.S. Servicemembers.

Military Pay Charts - 2011 Military Pay Charts for Active Duty
2011 Military pay charts for active duty commissioned officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel.

United Concordia – Enrolling in United Concordia the TRICARE Dental Program
Learn the necessary steps to enroll in the TRICARE Dental Program , administered by United Concordia.

Scholarships for Military Dependents - Scholarships for Dependents of Fallen U.S. Servicemembers
A list of scholarships and grants available to military spouses and children of fallen U.S. servicemembers.

No Credit History and VA Loans - Get a VA Loan with No Credit History
You can get a VA loan with no credit history. Learn what the lenders look for if you have no credit history.

Benefits for Military Families - Benefits for Military Spouses, Military Kids and Servicemembers
Numerous military benefits are available to servicemembers and their dependents. Learn about military benefits for military spouses, military kids and servicemembers.

Anoxia - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Meaning of Anoxia
What is anoxia? Learn the definition of anoxia as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Vascular - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Vascular
What does the term vascular mean? Learn the definition of vascular in reference to polytrauma and TBI patients.

Orthopedist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Orthopedist
What is an orthopedist? Learn the definition of Orthopedist and their role in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.

Otolaryngologist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Otolaryngologist
What is an otolaryngologist? Learn the definition of otolaryngologist and their role in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.

Physiatrist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Physiatrist
What is a physiatrist? Learn the definition of physiatrist and their role in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.

Podiatrist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Podiatrist
What is a podiatrist? Learn the definition of podiatrist and their role in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.

Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program (PTRP)
What is the Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program? Learn about the Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program.

Readjustment Counseling Service - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Readjustment Counseling Service (RCS)
What are readjustment counseling services? Learn the definition of readjustment counseling services and the role it plays in helping polytrauma and TBI patients.

Recreational Therapist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Recreational Therapist
What is a recreational therapist? Learn the definition of recreational therapist and their role in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.

Sub-Acute Rehabilitation - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Sub-Acute Rehabilitation
What is sub-acute rehabilitation? Learn the definition of sub-acute rehabilitation and the role it plays in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.

Acute Rehabilitation - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Meaning of Acute Rehabilitation
What is acute rehabilitation? Learn the definition of acute rehabilitation as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Assistive Technologies - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Meaning of Assistive Technologies
What is assistive technologies? Learn the definition of assistive technologies as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Audiologist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Meaning of Audiologist
What is an audiologist? Learn the definition of audiologist as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities - Meaning of Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
What is the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities? Learn about the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Meaning of Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)
What is the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center? Learn the definition of Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Electronic Health Record - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Meaning of Electronic Health Record (EHR)
What is an electronic health record? Learn the definition of electronic health record as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Hypoxia - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Hypoxia
What is hypoxia? Learn the definition of hypoxia as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Inpatient - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Inpatient
What does inpatient mean? Learn the definition of inpatient as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Kinesiologist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Kinesiologist
What is a kinesiologist? Learn the definition of Kinesiologist as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Neoplastic Diseases - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Neoplastic Diseases
What are neoplastic diseases? Learn the definition of neoplastic diseases as it relates to polytrauma and TBI.

Neurologist - Polytrauma and TBI Glossary - Definition of Neurologist
What is a neurologist? Learn the definition of neurologist and how they specialize in treating polytrauma and TBI patients.