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MOAA LISTENS TO YOU

We compiled a list of the top issues demanding your attention this month.

In January, we covered the gamut of issues, from résumé tips, to setting kids up for success in a new school, to prepping for college, and visiting Capitol Hill. We try to have a little something for everyone. Your needs and input matter, so if you have an idea for something we should cover, reach out to us at  moaaspouse@moaa.org.

On that same note, MOAA creates an annual letter to let you know about the things we have accomplished on behalf of families of all of the seven uniformed services. We accomplished a lot in 2015 with your support. Your input helps shape our advocacy. Please take our survey, see what we accomplished together, and give us your input on how we did and what you would like to see in the future.

Yours in service,
Brooke

Annual Letter

TRICARE REFORM, OR JUST FEE INCREASES?

President’s budget proposal hikes TRICARE costs

Proposal includes little detail on how to fix access and other problems.

MOAA TAKES SPOUSES TO THE HILL

MOAA’s Currently Serving Spouse Advisory Council had some face time with the House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee staff – just one of the perks of serving with MOAA.

MILITARY CHILD BUDDY PROGRAM: START ONE IN YOUR SCHOOL

Did you ever wish your child had another military child to act as their sponsor when they enroll in a new school – someone who already knew all the resources and tips to get through the day with a smile? Erica Parra, a member of MOAA’s Spouse Council has outlined a program for just that.

THE BEST TIPS FOR STELLAR MILITARY SPOUSE RÉSUMÉS

Military spouses deserve results, so Michelle Aikmen teamed up with the best experts in this field, her résumé writer colleagues in the Military Spouse Résumé Writers’ Coalition. They gathered together the top résumé tips for military spouses.

MILPARENT SPECIAL OPS

Your precious little treasure is off to college, and you feel far away. How do you keep tabs on them without getting in the way? Today’s technology makes it easy to get up to date intel on your young adult’s activities, but be careful what you wish for.

 

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