Intramural sports offer all Marines, regardless of skill or experience, an opportunity to participate in a number of organized sports.
Success does not usually happen overnight, but it does happen with a bit of determination. Find out how the Marine for Life Network helped one Marine succeed in his job search.
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.
This month Marine & Family is launching the Needs Assessment to discover what issues are most important to you, and what services and resources are meeting your needs.
When you become a L.I.N.K.S. mentor, you help others in your community navigate this crazy military lifestyle and just maybe make their transition to the Marine Corps or a new installation a little easier.
Saving fuel on base will not only help to conserve resources and reduce carbon emissions, but also lead to greater effectiveness in the battlefield.
The cost of college can be significant, but there are many options available to you as a Marine spouse to help you finance your education.
When you are looking for employment start with the network you already have, continue to cultivate it, and start growing your professional network both in person and online.
Some domestic violence victims have reported staying with an abusive partner because they did not want to leave their pet behind. Follow these steps to protect pets if you are afraid of them being hurt.
If you’re trying to decide between joining the military and pursuing a career in amateur sports, you may be able to do both.
It’s that time of year, winter blues are being swept away, temperatures are rising, and spring cleaning is in full effect. This year, make sure you clean out your medicine cabinets.
A top concern of military spouses is communication. As your relationship changes in response to life’s transitions, consider there are many different approaches to communicating with your loved one.
Many Marine spouses find that the most rewarding and portable career for them is starting and running their own business. If you’re thinking about entrepreneurship, check out these resources.
As we celebrate the Month of the Military Child let’s remember just how resilient our children are and how proud they are to be part of the Marine Corps community!
Whether your Marine is deployed for three months or one year, it is possible for your relationship to grow closer during your time apart by considering these suggested ideas.