Parents & Family
Soldier and Children

Daily Life

An Army base, or post, is similar to any tight knit community or small town. Every post is equipped with basic amenities, and Active Duty Soldiers have the option to live either on-post or off-post. Learn more about the various features of Army posts here.

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Keeping in Touch

Soldier’s and families have dozens of resources at their disposal to keep in touch over long distances. Learn about the various methods of communications here.

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Shopping, Finances and Community

The Army is not just a benefit to the individual Soldier. Families also enjoy a number of benefits, including greatly discounted shopping, access to free financial readiness programs, and a broad network of community support initiatives.

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Raising Children

The Army takes a lot of pride in considering the needs of all members of the family, children being no exception. All Army Posts are formed and maintained to ensure the care and growth of the children.

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What is there for us to do on Post?

An Army Post is a community. As such it is filled with much the same recreation you’ll find just about anywhere else.

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Army Family Benefits

As a family member of an Army Soldier, you will have access to a wide range of benefits, including free legal services through the Office of Staff Judge Advocate, assistance in finding a job, and even discounted travel services.

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