It’s not easy to start over in a new place, and few people understand this better than a military spouse.
Declining access to birth control services and education at boot camp are linked to increased birth rates in the first two years of military service.
A jaded Gulf War veteran needed a break, and found it in a small Bavarian town. A reflection by Dave Boe
A military spouse wants to redefine what having strength looks like.
Even with sound decision-making by a capable and loyal team, the wrong leader can make any mission feel doomed.
A military spouse seeks to change an antiquated narrative.
It was one thing to be a military spouse during peacetime. It was quite another to have a spouse and eventually a child serve during a war.
For female service members, putting off children and career advancement are linked. Yet, research shows that military women are at a higher risk of infertility. What is the Defense Department doing about this dilemma?
A Marine Corps officer’s story of pain, stress, and a call to action to start honest conversations about mental health