The world is a crazy place right now with COVID-19 spreading quickly. It’s hard to keep up with things changing by the minute.
We’re doing our best to keep things positive and keep you informed while moving forward together. Here’s what may be most helpful to you this week as we work through this pandemic together to find light, joy, and toilet paper on the other side.
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If you have general questions about COVID-19, what it is, how it’s progressing, who it affects, and more, here are your common questions answered.
Pentagon officials announced a total domestic travel ban for all troops, civilian personnel and their families until May 11 in an effort to limit their potential exposure to the coronavirus.
In order to limit exposure and reduce the spread of the virus, many parents have found that they are now “have to” homeschoolers. So how do you get through it?
Having emergency funds for your family in times like this is crucial. Going forward, use these financial tips to help your family thrive during hard times.
Disney is closing Walt Disney World, its flagship theme park resort in Orlando, Florida, because of the global pandemic.
The DoD announced Thursday that all PCS and temporary duty moves are on hold for the next 60 days.
In a time of extreme uncertainly, many companies are stepping up and offering free services or waived fees for those around the country.
All Pentagon-run, on-post schools in the continental U.S. shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic.
When attempting to conceive naturally or with the assistance of fertility treatment there are specific precautions to take during the coronavirus outbreak.
Outdoor Exercise Banned in Italy, New Restrictions in Germany as Countries Fight Spread of Coronavirus
Tens of thousands of U.S. military personnel and their families are among the millions living under new restrictions on activity in Germany and Italy, as the two countries grapple with containing the spread of the coronavirus.
Who says late-night hosts can’t work from home? The laughter we all need right now…
The military has yet to crack down on large gatherings for military units…and has no intent to do so.
With the world losing its mind over COVID-19, many people are finding themselves holed up in their homes until this all passes over. Here are some movies to help you pass the time and see that things could be much worse…
MFAN Coordinates with Housing Companies to Provide Emergency Accommodations for Military Families Displaced by COVID-19
Military families are experiencing great uncertainty as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, with some at risk of becoming homeless because of steps taken to slow the spread of the virus…
“We always recommend to our customers that they calmly purchase what they need and avoid any panic buying to ensure products are available for others in their communities.”
We as a world are facing a global pandemic at the moment that is literally changing the world as we know it FOREVER…and then changing it AGAIN…DAILY. But we’ve been prepared for this.
Coronavirus Cases in the Military Community Surpass 200, Including DoD’s First Pandemic-linked Death
Cases of coronavirus in the military community neared 250 worldwide, including the Defense Department’s first pandemic-linked death and spurring new measures taken at installations in the United States, Pentagon officials said Monday.
Here is everything we know regarding how COVID-19 has affected your military family!
“We will postpone this and begin to deal with all the ramifications of moving this, which are immense.”
“This is a pandemic…this is a significant infectious disease outbreak, and it is going to be weeks, not days. It’s going to take intensive measures, as we are implementing, to mitigate it.”
These quarantine-approved scavenger hunts are the sweetest thing ever…
Military Spouse Mixes Andrew Lloyd Webber and Beer in Coronavirus Quarantine Balcony Concert in Germany
Some of us spend our social distancing time lounging in our pajamas, while others spend it singing a coronavirus-themed parody of an aria from “The Phantom of the Opera” in an evening gown and fur coat.
“The best course of action would be to ‘ride it out’ by allowing sailors to get sick, recover and develop ‘herd immunity’ as a crew,” said former Navy Captain.
Here’s how COVID-19 affects us and our taxes this year…
Hundreds of active duty soldiers are also deploying to support field hospitals.
‘Captain Crozier! Captain Crozier!’: Videos Show Sailors Sending Off Ousted USS Roosevelt Commander With Cheers
“A cheering and applauding crowd of sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt wished farewell to their captain, whom the Navy relieved of command after he raised concerns about the spreading coronavirus on his ship in a letter that was leaked to the media.”
We love these ideas so much! We spouses definitely know how to make a party awesome, even when life seems cancelled.
We’re all — military and civilians alike — holed up in our homes, suffering through virtual schooling, whining kids, surreal food shopping experiences and fears about our financial futures…
Generation C (Coronavirus), those who will not know a life without the threat of a pandemic, may live a better life because of COVID-19.