What is the Blended Retirement System?

Everything you need to know about the new blended retirement system.

It's Election Time! Planning for the Blended Retirement System

No, you haven’t misread your calendar. We’re not referring to a political election, but we are talking about important new options regarding your future retirement benefits. 

Chicago Marine Goes From Cammies to a Suit

We hear it every day: network, network, network. Did you know that 80% of jobs are found through networking? Find out how the Chicago Marine for Life Network proves networking is where it’s at.

Check out the 2018 Virtual Military Spouse Symposium

Don’t miss your chance to register for the Spouse Education & Career Opportunities (SECO) 2018 Virtual Military Spouse Symposium. This three day symposium is offering a wide array of courses that could benefit or motivate you, so don’t delay and register today!

Mentorship for Veterans

Mentorship has been a part of every Marine’s life ever since they stepped on the yellow footprints, and continues long after. Check out these mentorship opportunities for Veterans.

Fentanyl: The Little Devil

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fentanyl is up to 100 times more potent than morphine. Learn more about this drug and how to prevent its abuse.

Tuition Assistance Updates and Preparation: How to be Ready

If you are planning to apply for Tution Assistance, here’s what you can do to get ready.

Getting Ready to PCS With Your Kids? Make It Fun!

Moving is stressful for everyone, not just parents. Check out more tips on easing PCS stress for you and your kids.

5 Reasons Why Your Child Should Be Playing Sports

Youth Sports programs at your installation seek to make the sports experience for all children safe, fun and healthy. Here are five reasons why you should sign your child up for youth sports today.

Marine Corps Sexual Assault Response Coordinator Wins 2018 DOD Award

SARCs play a critical role in our battle against sexual assault: they empower and assist victims, communicate and coordinate with commanders and unit leaders, train and oversee our uniformed and civilian victim advocates, and educate Marines about sexual assault. Their job does not end at close of business

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