If it is worth dying for, then it is worth living for as well. Read on as DHA discusses a tough subject through personal stories and resources.
Your family was once “one of us,” but now you are in the civilian world. You wonder, do you still have a place in the military community? The answer is a loud resounding yes! You are always family to us.
We know there are memories, scars, and lessons that you still carry with you every day. There are also a ton of resources to which you have access now that you are officially a “Veteran.” We want to be sure you know how to utilize those resources best. Check out this page to read more about career help, veteran organizations, special events, and opportunities unique to veterans.
From everyone here at Mission: Milspouse we thank you and honor you for your time in service.
Join George as he interviews runner and Marine, Steve Bozeman. Bozeman uses his Marine training to compete and sustain his hard fought running career.
Military Spouse and Caregiver Lauren Fagan breaks down self-care for us.
444 days after amputation, Retired Sergeant Major Kevin Bittenbender tackles the Pittsburgh Marathon
Retired Sergeant Major, Kevin Bittenbender tackles the Pittsburgh Marathon with endless support from HFTW, his battle buddies and a special puppy!
D-Day conjures up a multitude of emotions for many Americans.
I am flying out with my family on the morning of June 1 to visit Normandy to witness the 75th anniversary of the jump into France that essentially catapulted the United States into the European theater of World War II.
I will be writing a multi-part feature on Normandy, D-Day, and the events surrounding this week, but I want to share a story that means so much to me and my family.
On a fall day in 2007, Brittnay McCall’s life changed forever. It’s been over 15 years, but she remembers that “awful knock on the door” like it was yesterday. It was the moment she was notified that her husband, Sgt. Daniel McCall was not coming home. “It’s something...
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