September 2019: Honor 9/11 by Visiting National Memorials

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Never Forget: Visit National 9/11 Memorials
Nearly 20 years later, we will always remember those who died during the 9/11 attacks. Throughout the year, you can honor them by visiting one of the three Sept. 11 national memorials, located in Washington, D.C., New York City and Stoystown, Pennsylvania.
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Service member hugs his children before deployment.
Resources to Keep Your Family Strong During Deployment
During deployment, your role as a parent is especially important. Take steps to create a family deployment plan to keep your kids and yourself deployment strong.
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Virginia Teen Named 2019 National Military Youth of the Year!
Congratulations to Dasia Bandy, the 2019 National Military Youth of the Year, from Norfolk, Virginia. This annual award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America recognizes Bandy for outstanding leadership, service, academic excellence and dedication to a healthy lifestyle.
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Don’t Let a Natural Disaster Catch You Unprepared

This time of year, many parts of the world are at risk for hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and other dangerous weather. Learn how to prepare for a natural disaster so your family can be ready and have peace of mind.

How to Transfer Education Benefits to Family Members
The Post-9/11 GI Bill gives generous education benefits to service members, and as an extra perk you may share these benefits with your family. Learn how to save money on education costs by transferring the benefit to your spouse or children.

Spouses Can Get Help with Job License Fees
Moving across the country or around the world can be a great adventure – and expensive. If you’re a MilSpouse and you have to apply for a new work license or certification when you PCS, the military will now reimburse you for up to $500.

Learn the Warning Signs During Suicide Prevention Month
You can make a difference in people’s lives – and maybe help prevent a tragedy – during Suicide Prevention Month. Learn the signs of suicide risk and what you can do, so that you’ll be ready to help others.

Newsletter Explains MilLife to Friends and Family
Do you ever have trouble explaining military life to the civilians close to you? Tell them about the Friends & Family Connection eNewsletter. With articles about MilLife in each issue, it can help them better understand and support you.
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