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USAG Heidelberg Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany

USAG Heidelberg Army Base in Heidelberg, Germany

Heidelberg, US Military Bases in Germany

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USAG Heidelberg is one of the few, yet largest American bases located in Germany. It is actually a co-base, which means it is run by both American and German authorities. The base is located in the south western part of Germany, c...
Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, TX

Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, TX

San Angelo, Texas Military Bases

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Unlike most air bases in the United States, the Goodfellow AFB is a non-flying base. Its primary purpose is to serve as a training ground for the personnel in the U. S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and the Navy. It is located in ...
Vandenberg Air Force Base in Lompoc, CA

Vandenberg Air Force Base in Lompoc, CA

Lompoc, California Military Bases

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Vandenberg Air Force Base is located northwest of Lompoc, California in what used to be Camp Cooke. The base is under the jurisdiction of the 30th Space Wing, Air Force Space Command (AFSPC). Vandenberg is responsible for space an...

Recent Blog Posts

Substance Abuse in Veterans and Active-Duty Personnel
We often think of drug and alcohol use in the military as a modern phenomenon that began with the Vietnam War. In reality, drug and alcohol use has been a part of the armed forces for almost as long as the armed forces have been in existence – not just in the United States, but the world over. Even as far back as ancient Rome soldiers drank wine regularly, regardless of quality, because “it ga...
5 Practical Ways To Reduce The Emotional Stress Of A Move
Moving is always a big deal. It’s stressful and strenuous. And it inevitably involves a lot of decisions, planning, and budgeting of time and money. In fact, when it’s all over and you’re happily settled into your new home, you may feel you need a vacation. One way to reduce the emotional drama and frayed nerves that come with relocation is to take the time to think the whole thing throu...
Honorably Discharged and Loaded With Debt

Honorably Discharged and Loaded With Debt

January 22, 2015

Katherine Smith

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When it comes to finances, there are two types of veterans: those with good credit, and those with bad credit. This can depend on many factors. If you were young, single, and living in the barracks and you have bad credit, then the “young and dumb” cliché comes to mind. However, there are many folks who join the military to use the steady paycheck and free schooling to help them pay off their...

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