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.
If you are planning to apply for Tution Assistance, here’s what you can do to get ready.
Moving is stressful for everyone, not just parents. Check out more tips on easing PCS stress for you and your kids.
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.
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
You know that references are an important part of the job search process, and recognize that because they are at the end of the interview cycle, they can be an afterthought until requested. Check out these four tips to maximize the value of your references during your job search process.
When was the last time you updated your Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (SGLI)? Beginning May 1, you can keep your policy up to date online.
Each April, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) sponsors Alcohol Awareness Month. The goal of alcohol awareness month is to help increase awareness and understanding of alcoholism, its causes, effective treatment, and recovery.
On 27 April, jeans become more than fashion. They become a statement. Around the world, people wear jeans on this “Denim Day” as a visible protest against myths that surround sexual assault.
You may have heard of the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) before, but do you know all that it does and how many Marine Families it touches? Read this testimonial about a Marine family who used EFMP to help nagivate the special education process and provide a map to success for their son.