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Camp Price Support Center

Camp Price Support Center

Granite City, Illinois

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The Charles Melvin Price Support Center has changed greatly in recent years. Once a US Army Depot, it was reopened in 2000 to become an industrial and commercial property for the community near St. Louis called Granite City. Howev...
Vance AFB

Vance AFB

Enid, Oklahoma

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Located in the city of Enid in Oklahoma, Vance AFB is named in the memory of Leon Robert Vance Jr., who was awarded with the Medal of Honor for his missions in World War II. The military facility is operated by the US Air Force. I...
Fort Dix

Fort Dix

Burlington, New Jersey

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Fort Dix – also referred to as JB MDL Dix – is located 25 km south of Trenton. It is operated by the US Air Force, under the jurisdiction of USARC (Army Reserve Control). It is one of the few bases throughout the American terr...
ISC Miami

ISC Miami

Miami Beach, Florida

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Integrated Support Command Miami is one of the few similar commands run by the United States Coast Guard throughout the country. Just like the other centers, this one is responsible for the military troops – both active and reti...
Training Center Corry

Training Center Corry

Pensacola, Florida

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With its roots dating back to 1923, Training Center Cory is among the important military facilities due to hosting the CID (Center for Information Dominance) of the United States Navy. The facility is located in Myrtle Grove, one ...
Camp Carroll

Camp Carroll

Daegu City, South Korea

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Camp Carroll is a small camp located in Waegwan in the south east part of South Korea. The camp is named after Sergeant First Class Charles F. Carroll of the 72nd Combat Engineer Company, 5th Infantry Regiment. He was a posthumous...

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What Exercise Can Do for You

What Exercise Can Do for You

May 8, 2014

Katherine Smith

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As a veteran or active service member, you’re probably aware of the physical advantages of regular exercise. From weight loss and enhanced energy to a reduced risk of illnesses like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease; physical activity is extremely important to health and wellness. What’s more is that regular workouts can provide just as many benefits to emotional and psychological we...
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Smart Phones for Military Personnel

Smart Phones for Military Personnel

March 27, 2014

Katherine Smith

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Staying connected to your family (especially your kids) while you are on duty is incredibly important—not just for their morale but for your own! The easiest way to do this is with a smart phone. A smart phone will allow you to take pictures and video and send emails and, in a lot of ways, can take the place of a laptop. Unfortunately, a lot of soldiers have a hard time finding the funds for the...
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Men and women on active duty understand that finances and time are always tight. This crunch on time makes spending spare moments with family even more important. After a rough day of work on base, you go home and have time to eat and maybe relax for a little bit before going to bed to start all over again. Because of the tight schedule, it is a great idea to stream movies directly to your home. I...
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As a military spouse, there are lots of things people say to me that make me laugh. I remember when we were going through our first deployment, we were about 3 months into it, and I was talking to this lady in the grocery store. Somehow it came up that my husband was in the military and he was currently overseas. The lady then tries to empathize with me and says, “Oh I know, my husband was g...

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