The Unofficial Scoop on Military Life Whether you're dating, engaged, or married to an active military servicemember or reservist -- or you've just signed up yourself -- you may feel as if you've somehow married the United States military! While there are plenty of orientation books for him, there are almost no handy, user-friendly resources for you. Meredith Leyva, a military wife and founder of CinCHouse.com, the Internet's largest community for military wives, girlfriends, and women in uniform, details everything you need to know to manage day-to-day issues and get on with the adventure of military life. From relocation to deployment, protocol to finances, and career to kids, Leyva offers time-tested advice about: ac Keeping your love life together during deployments ac Relocating yourself and your family around the world ac Maintaining your own career when you're expected to move every three years ac Understanding what pay and benefits you're entitled to -- and how to maximize them ac Translating those odd acronyms and jargon Written by a seasoned military wife, this smart and savvy guide will help you take control at every point of your servicemember's career -- from filing marriage papers as newlyweds to choosing prenatal and child care when you start a family to figuring out his pension when he's ready to retire.Before you freak out over the cost of movers and en route hotels, know that the military is required to pay for moving ... household goods: commercial movers hired by the military, a do-it-yourself or DITY move, or a combination of both, ... Professional movers pack all of your stuff and get it to you within a specific period of time, based on the distance between locations. ... ita#39;s worth it to throw a premove yard sale to avoid paying moving costs for anything above your weight allowance.
|Title||:||Married to the Military|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2009-07-14|