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AWN TableTalk: Foster Parenting as an Active-Duty Military Family

On this episode of AWN TableTalk: Special guest, Susan Moore, joins us to share how her family provides foster care while her husband serves as an active-duty Army chaplain. Hosts: Crystal Niehoff, Tracy Hargis, and Wendy Baird-Packard Sooo…grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and let’s discuss how to do military life together! […]

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PWTM: Camp Zama, Japan

One of the most challenging aspects of the military spouse life is preparing for an upcoming PCS or if you get the chance, potentially picking a new duty station. There is a lot of information out there, and it can be almost overwhelming. We here at Army Wife Network want to take the some of […]

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How Much Home Should You Buy: Four Tips to Help You Decide

By Dawn M. Smith, MilitaryByOwner It’s so much fun! Scrolling homes for sale, that is. Admiring photos of pristine white kitchens, envisioning yourself floating in a high-end backyard oasis pool, and mentally reconfiguring the master closet to add an island. These visions of grandeur, they’re all part of the home shopping process. After all, you’re […]

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Running is 60% Mental and 40% Physical: Part 2

To read Part 1 of this piece, go here. Let me share some comments from Lindsay Carrick. On October 28, 2018 Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Lindsay Carrick, a member of the All-Marine Team, took part in the Challenge Cup, a 41-year-old competition between the Marine Corps and the British Royal Navy/Royal Marines. Originally from Bucks […]

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Running is 60% Mental and 40% Physical: Part 1

We have reached the end of another year. Throughout the year I have offered training tips and profiles of athletes from a variety of backgrounds. There are many training programs, but how do you know which one is right for you? To be honest you don’t know. There is no magic program just like there […]

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8 Holiday Travel Tips Military Families Should Know

By Danielle Keech for MilitaryByOwner The holidays truly are the most wonderful time of the year, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t completely filled with chaos. If you’re traveling over the holidays, then you know that the word crazy doesn’t even begin to cover it. As military families, we often travel home since most […]

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Fitness Through the Holidays

We are entering the joyous time of the year when the demands on your time increase and the fitness training slips. You must rely upon some good time management. The following are useful words for the novice and refreshers for the advanced. Army Major Kelly Calway, 2008 Army Female Athlete of the Year, former member […]

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