Can one employee in a unit impact the readiness of a war-fighting organization?
It isn’t enough just to be ready in the field. Marines also need to be ready at home. Loved ones must be ready at a moment’s notice for any crisis response.
Preparing kids for a move can be challenging, but Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB) provides training to help Marine Corps kids navigate through the ups and downs.
When you are preparing to PCS it is easy to get lost in all the details. Use our checklist below to make sure you have everything you need to make your next move a smooth one.
Follow this checklist from the School Liaison Program and you’ll have everything you need to make your child’s school registration go smoothly.
Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths for children ages 1-4. Implementing multiple layers of protection in your home can keep your children safe and prevent drowning in a home pool or spa.
In honor of National Service Dog Month, here are some fast facts on these hardworking dogs that make life better for Marine Corps families around the globe.
Searching for child care can be scary. We have outlined some tips to ease the task of finding care for your little ones.
Talking about suicide can be scary for all involved, but making hard conversations a regular part of parent/teen communication makes it easier to tackle the tough topics like suicide.
Keeping children safe starting in their earliest moments in life should be everyone’s priority. Newborns especially need parents and other adults to proactively ensure their safety, even while they are asleep.