“It is important that you recognize your progress and take pride in your accomplishments.
Share your achievements with others. Brag a little. The recognition and support of those around you is nurturing.”

Thank you for bring this Field Exercise to Fort Wainwright! I really enjoyed the night and will be using the journal idea for positive things of my day, as I believe that it will help me on those days where deployment may be kicking my butt! Thank you again!
Cindy McCray

Thank you for having this dinner for us. Your jokes are too funny. And it’s been awhile since I had a laugh that made me
cry. Thank you!
Fort Wainwright Field Exercise guest, Sept. 2011

A huge thank you to all the wonderful volunteers and sponsors. This Field Exercise (Wainwright/2011) would not have happened or been as much fun without you! Thank you to Tara and Star for making us laugh. So needed! God bless you both. Keep on doing what you’re doing.
Fort Wainwright Field Exercise guest, Sept. 2011

Thank you Star and Tara for making me feel welcome and a part of this network of Army spouses even though I am an Air Force wife! I was worried I might feel alone here, but that was not the case!
Lea, Fort Wainwright Field Exercise guest, Sept. 2011

The MSCCN is very proud of its association with Army Wife Talk Radio and their Army Wife Network spouse community. Deb Kloeppel became a huge fan of Tara Crooks and her Team at AWTR from its inception. “So few entrepreneurs stick to the message and core values of their original business plan to earn income from doing something they love to do. Tara and her Team AWTR have never wavered in their mission to provide excellence in programming to their military spouse community. In a time when spouse organizations change directions multiple times to follow the money trail, Tara and her Team have remained ever vigilant to provide a resource to military spouses that is unparalleled in today’s media market.
Deb Kloeppel, President and CEO of the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network

I attended the “Priceless Packages” workshop held at Fort Stewart. I cannot thank you enough for pulling that together and sharing it with our community! I appreciate the fabulous goody/gift bags you provided us. I also enjoy the list of resources because I believe that knowledge is power. Your generosity will never be forgotten!
Julia, Army Wife, Fort Stewart

Thank you for the awesome “field exercise” event. It was much more than I expected and I feel honored to know you. I wish you both the very best!
Shellie V., Army Wife and Author, “Separated by Duty, United in Love”

Hi there! I wanted to say you have done a FAB job with the radio show. I have been waiting for something like this for a while! I am an Army wife of 11 years, FRG leader, AFTB trainer- for years I have thought something like this would be great, and here you are! I can honestly say I hope you get syndicated! I also run and will be telling everyone about you there.
Sharon Woolever

I have been reading your blog, and I am so impressed with what a wonderful resource that this is, to so many; both in and out of the military. Thank you for what you are doing. Keep up the great work!
Kathryn Skaggs
I reached out, asked for help and, to my heart’s surprise, I received not only the guidance I prayed for but I received it in such a nice, truly caring and concerned manner it has just made my soul smile. Again, THANK YOU so very MUCH.
Rosie- New Army Wife, Redlands CA
Just wanted to let you ladies know that we at GX support what you are doing. Again thanks for all you do. You ladies have the toughest job in the Army!
CPT Irvin Editor – Military Affairs GX: The Guard Experience
I just want to give you thanks for a job well done! I wish this was available when I was on active duty. I am a Vietnam vet and served from 1964 through 1976 in the Navy as an enlisted man. I made a total of four deployments to Vietnam where I was off the coast. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
Bart – Vietnam Veteran, Reno NV
Thank you so much for your website and podcast. I am the Rear DetBN OIC for a unit that has a broken FRG. Unsure what has happened in the past, I have found a new FRG leader and we are building from scratch. We use Army Wife Talk Radio & Field Problems, and try to maintain a very positive and upbeat image. It is slowly turning around. I just want to know what a positive mental and spiritual role model you are. You have become an invaluable resource. Thank you so much for your help.
1LT Thomen
I am so impressed by your endeavors in supporting your husband, supporting our country…
raising your daughter…and helping thousands of others do all the same.
God bless your husband and all of our soldiers—and God bless you for reaching out with half of your heart in Iraq.
Leslie Crane Stapleton
I am a newlywed, married for two weeks now…3rd ID 2ndCombat (my husband would be so proud that I know that by heart now…lol). I heard about your program on the news the other night and I look forward to listening to your program…I truly admire and thank you for what you are doing. I am terrified about what is to come, but when I see women such as yourself, it brings me a sense of meaning and I know that I am not alone…God bless you and I wish you and your family all the best anda safe return for your husband.
Today, I happened to be looking for information on being a military spouse and I happened to find your radio show. Wow I have to say what an amazing show!!!! I am so blessed to know there are people like you that want to help educate military spouses. Wonderful!!!!!
Holly Lewis; Ft. Eustis, VA

I’m getting ready to listen to AWTR right now – I’m such a fan even though I don’t have any current connections to the Army. My great-grandfather made his career in the Army and told me so many stories – every time I listen to your show it reminds me of him and how much of an impact he had on my childhood – so thank you for all that you do, even for us non-military listeners!
Carrie Purgason

I have never been to an event of this magnitude. Tara and Star are absolutely amazing for doing this! They are both very entertaining and personable…. Thank you to everyone who put this event together! You are the best and I am truly thankful for being a part of a great community!I just wanted to send a note to say thanks again for having me on your show. I just listened to the clip and I’m so happy I didn’t make too much of a fool of myself…thanks, that is, to your expert guidance. Job well done! What you are doing is of invaluable service to all military wives out there. Information is the key to making a military life a successful one and your shows are chock full of information.
Joanna Williamson,

I listened to one of your shows today for the first time. You crack me up. You are so easy to listen to. I was so impressed that I forwarded the website to not only the army wives I know but to other friends and family. I know some of the stuff won’t affect them but even your work from home segment I know could help a lot of people. I just wanted to say great job.

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