Military Spouse is also a magazine!
Military Spouse magazine is published monthly (12 issues per year) and is dedicated to providing the spouses of our country's military service members with outstanding resources that are tailored to their unique lifestyle. Stories every month cover the military side of: relationships, parenting, finances, career and education.
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What our readers are saying:
"I love reading a magazine that directly deals with the unique issues a military spouse deals with on a daily basis! Wish I would have known about this earlier in my husband's career!"
-Sherry M. from Virginia
"I love the fact that this magazine covers every topic imaginable that relates to the military spouse. It is truly a wonderful publication!"
-Melissa C. from New York
"As a new military spouse your magazine is a fount of information about everything. I love learning tips from other spouses about PCSing and schools and just life in the military."
-Kacie D. from New Mexico
"The diverse articles in Military Spouse introduced me to real military life, held my hand through my first deployment and monthly introduces me to things I have still not learned on my own."
-Elizabeth E. from North Carolina
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A: My husband comes home from his first deployment soon. We have only been married a little over a year and he has been deployed most of that time.... Read more.
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A: I know lots of people who hate base housing, but I really like living on base. Well, I did until my new neighbors moved in... they are driving me... Read more.
A: At what point should we let our kids have a say in whether or not we accompany their dad on his next PCS? Our children, ages 15 and 17, have really... Read more.
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