Just an App Away...

The Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is keeping up with the modern world with its newest and free mobile application, or app, called “Liberty Okinawa.”  The Liberty app includes information about different places in Okinawa, Japan.

Get the Most of Your GI Bill Education Benefit

With all the advice on the web and through school admission officials on maximizing GI Bill Education Benefits, it may be difficult to decipher what advice is worth taking. Here are our top tips.

Having the Hard Conversations

The thought of someone wanting to die can leave you feeling helpless, lost, and even guilty.  So what can you do to help?  

Marriage is Easy, Especially Marriage in the Marine Corps – Said No-One Ever!  

The challenges of a military lifestyle can place many demands on Marines and their families, and sometimes the expectations we create in our marriage or life just are not met.

Top Tips for Surviving Military Moving Season

You have received orders to re-locate and need to set-up a move. Wondering what to do next? The Defense Personal Property System is the DoD one-stop source for managing personal property moves.

2017 Department of Defense Warrior Games

The 2017 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games will be held June 30 - July 8 in Chicago, Illinois.

Marine Spouse 101: The Military Significant Other Reading List - from an English Major 

Marine Spouse 101:  A new spouse series that highlights the challenges and adventures of a soon-to-be Marine spouse.  Follow her story as she begins her Marine Corps journey.

Your Tobacco Use Could Be Making Your Dog Sick and Fat

Most people generally know that tobacco use, like smoking or dipping, is harmful to their health. But, have you ever thought about how tobacco use could affect you pets?

Transition and a Career Beyond the Call of Duty

For roughly 30,000 Marines who transition each year from the Marine Corps to a new status as a Veteran Marine some are not ready for change. 

Should I Consider Community College?

The practice of completing undergraduate studies (a bachelor’s degree) by attending a community college then transferring to a local college or university to complete the final two years is called the “feeder school trend.”

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