Mission Ready: Finding Aquatic Resources Near You

Knowing how to save yourself in an aquatic environment is important but it’s very different from swimming proficiently. I encourage everyone to learn to swim a moderate distance, gain endurance, and skill development enough to sustain yourself. Open water such as a beach or lake creates different challenges than a pool environment. Read More

Military-Transition.org

We provide unique insights to help the military community and employers. Our research and analysis focus on four primary audiences. We Deliver unique insights that inform transition decisions for the military community and assist employers that recruit, hire, develop and retain military/veteran talent. Read More

How are you connected to military family life?

We have launched the latest iteration of its biennial Military Family Support Programming Survey, a national study that has helped shape the narrative around military life. All active-duty service members, veterans, and their families are encouraged to participate… Read More

Resume Builder

Resumebuilder.com has created guides to help our active-duty military and veterans craft the perfect cover letter and resume to help them successfully transition back into civilian careers. We’ve created a detailed guide that will walk through every step of creating an effective military to civilian cover letter and resume, from choosing the correct format to avoiding red flags that may cost getting that dream job. Read More

Retirement Options for Women

Women work fewer years and contribute less toward their retirement, resulting in lower lifetime savings.  On average, a female retiring at age 65 can expect to live another 21 years, nearly 3 years longer than a man the same age. Savings can increase a woman’s chances of having enough money to last during her retirement. Normally, women invest more conservatively than men. Read More

Mission Ready: Aquatics Is Essential

Many individual service members struggle with different aquatics skills, making teaching in a group setting difficult. Many factors contribute to apprehension in the water – ranging from financial access to social expectations. So, by the time they enlist, many can’t swim at all, much less carry the required gear in, around, or underwater. Read More

Hauoli Socially Inspired

My business, Hauoli Socially Inspired, came about accidentally. An old colleague from my former career asked me to manage his restaurant’s social media and website. When I realized I could make this a business and acquire more clients, I knew I wanted to name my business after my father. Hauoli which means happy in Hawaiian. It incorporated my Hawaiian culture and the way I operate whatever project I’m involved in. Read More

Networking the MilSpouse Style

The military spouse community is a network that is rich in knowledge, experience, and support. My thriving network of military spouses has taught me so much about myself, this military life, resilience, and the importance of relying on community. Military spouses are the most understanding, flexible, supportive, and loyal people I have ever known. Read More

PCS Must-Have: MILLIE Scout

MILLIE is a one-of-a-kind resource for military families that provides tools and assistance to make military moves as seamless as possible. We recently had the opportunity to speak with one of MILLIE’s ‘Scouts’, Jana, who shared more about MILLIE’s mission, resources, and benefits. There are 3 tiers to MILLIE:

Partners in PROMISE-Michelle’s Story

Written By: Michelle Norman of Partners in PROMISE My name is Michelle Norman and I am a proud Navy Spouse of 25 years. My husband Cassidy currently commands the forward-deployed USS Mount Whitney. We have moved 10 times and have spent over three years geographically separated, as we were not able to move overseas with […]