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Civilian Employee Exercise Program Offers Increased Holistic Fitness

6/11/24
The Army offers a little used program for civilian employees that occasionally gets them away from the desk and into fitness.

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Like Soldier, like Daughter, Military Child of the Year Aids Others

6/10/24
A Soldier stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky encouraged his children to help solve the growing transient population issue in the Nashville area.

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Kickball Tournament Doubles as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Awareness Event

6/10/24
Four teams came out to compete in the tournament at Camp Zama’s Rambler Field which was held in conjunction with the installation’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program.

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Army Expands Military Spouse Licensing, Fellowship Programs

6/10/24
The Army recently expanded the reimbursement policy and fellowship program for military spouses to promote career continuity, financial stability, professional fulfillment, talent retention and support overall military readiness.

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Why I Serve: Picatinny Spouse, Former Miss USA Pageant Competitor, Recognized for Role in Month of the Military Child Celebration

6/5/24
Military spouses serve alongside their service members, enduring long training days, deployments, frequent moves, and the uncertainties inherent in military life.

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Fort Wainwright Opens Largest Child Development Center in Army

6/5/24
U.S. Army Garrison Alaska is now home to the largest child development center in the Army.

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Presidio of Monterey Hosts Baby Shower for New and Expecting Parents

6/4/24
The Presidio of Monterey’s New Parent Support Program held a baby shower for new and expecting parents at the General Stilwell Community Center.

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Brand New Home for Soldiers Opens at US Army Garrison Humphreys

6/4/24
New barracks for unaccompanied enlisted Soldiers are officially opened at U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys.

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New Army Policy Expands Reimbursement for Spouse Business Costs

6/4/24
The U.S. Army is expanding its financial support for military spouses by enhancing the reimbursement program for business costs and relicensing fees. The new directive permits reimbursement of up to $1,000 for business-related expenses, in addition to the already authorized $1,000 for relicensing fees resulting from a relocation.

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PoM School Liaison Officer Discusses His Role During PCS Season

6/3/24
As peak PCS season approaches, U.S. Army Garrison Presidio of Monterey School Liaison Officer Robert Larson is confident in his ability to help military Families navigate everything related to schools.

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