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The U.S. Military
Resources for Families in the Military
The complete text of this instrument of international human rights for prisoners of war (POWs), went into effect on October 21, 1950. This is from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and is available in English, French, and Spanish.
Source: The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
United States Marine Corps
Here youll find current news, featured stories, information about family services, and Marine Corps publications. There are also links to information on headquarters, officer biographies, unit locations, recruiting, and more.
Source: United States Marine Corps
Support American Troops Overseas
These are contacts for volunteering or making donations to support U.S. troops in Iraq and their families. There are many ways to let American troops in the Middle East know that their courage does not go unnoticed, and that our hopes and prayers travel with them, across the globe.
Source: The Network for Good
The United States Army
This official website of the U.S. Army has thousands of resources including service and information, current news, leadership, headquarters, installations, education, and careers. There are also numerous guides and references.
Source: The United States Army
U. S. Coast Guard
This official site has current Coast Guard news, services, jobs, and history, including facts and timelines on its establishment in 1789. Also included is information on its people, the Coast Guard Academy, Coast Guard Institute, headquarters, retirees, and Units.
Source: United States Coast Guard
United States Navy
This site has current news and information about the U.S. Navy and contains an A-Z index of all matters related to Navy life past and present, leaders, education and careers options, lifelines (including Operation Dear Abby), and more.
Source: United States Navy
Pledge of Abstinence
The Pledge of Abstinence is a simple gesture that lets the troops know that as long as theyre gone its not business as usual for you and that you will be thinking of them until they get back. Let them know you're doing more than talking about the war or watching it on television.
ClassBrain Military Tool Kits
Be sure to check out the Guard & Reserve Family Readiness Programs Toolkit for Service Members, as well as the one for Family Members. Its a way to make sure your life is organized during this time.
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