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Would an Ex Military Spouse Qualify for a Percentage of Military Retirement in a Divorce?
by javascript in Personal Finance
In 1982, Congress approved the Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act, also known as USFSPA, giving states the authority to divide military retirement compensation between spouses. The USFSPA benefits the service member by ensuring the requirements of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, commonly called SCRA, are met before the division of retirement pay. Former spouses are provided wit

What Does a Military Spouse Get at the Death of the Retired Military Member?
by Naxxy in Business
The military continues to provide support and benefits to service members and their families even after retirement. When a retired service member dies, some military pay and benefits end. The military does provide a variety of benefits and compensation to help the surviving spouse through the difficult times following the death of a spouse. PayWhen a retired service member dies, his pay stops i

Careers for Military Personnel to Pursue After the Military
by Rineau in Careers & Job Searching
Military careers can last anywhere from three days to 30 years, leaving plenty of time to embark on a second career afterwards. Although there may be few jobs for military tank operators and snipers outside of the military, a military background can help people land jobs in other careers that cater to the federal government or veterans. Federal Civil ServiceMany veterans become federal governme

Can My Husband Get Military Separation Pay for Seven Years in the Military?
by nologicon in Personal Finance
Military life has hardships most don't expect, including lack of spousal employment, the necessity of living in remote or overseas locations and long separations from family and children. Even nondeployed military members often have difficulty transitioning back to civilian life after a long enlistment period. For this reason, the military offers separation pay to military members who are separate

How to Reclassify Military Police to Military Intelligence
by mdiezb in Culture & Society
Not every soldier loves the first military job they choose. For this reason, the military lets soldiers who meet certain requirements and qualifications reenlist into a new military job. Each military branch keeps a list of jobs it needs to fill for that fiscal year. So long as the soldier qualifies for reclassification, and is not leaving an already manpower-critical career field, reclassifying f

How to Get a Military ID Card After Joining the Military
by Rafael V. Souza in Health
Military identification cards are necessary for all service members and retirees and their family members who are eligible for the benefits. These cards not only provide access to Tricare health insurance, they allow access to military installations and permit on-post privileges such as access to child care, post exchange and commissary privileges. Service members should receive an identification

Military Forts Vs. Military Camps
by B3CFT in Culture & Society
Distinguishing between a military fort and a camp can be confusing. The two terms are not used consistently. Also, the U.S. Army uses the term "camp" differently than the Marine Corps. Traditional FortConventionally, a fort is a permanent military post with fortification. They are built with permanent or semi-permanent structures.
Traditional CampA camp is intended to be a temporary location

How to Practice Military Training Without Being in the Military
by Virginia in Culture & Society
Military training teaches discipline and other skills that are beneficial to all areas of life. Deciding to practice military training without being in the military means that you are making a commitment to improving your life. Here are some suggestions to get you started.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Learn military time and other lingo. The military uses a 24 hour time schedule so that the s

How to Do a Military Cut
by jmccliment in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Newly enlisted military soldiers are usually required to take a new haircut. Though styles vary, a military cut is generally high and tight. This means that the sides are buzzed close to the scalp and the top is cropped very short. There is little, if any, blending or layering of the top length into the sides and back of the head. Performing your own military-style cut will allow you to customize
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What Is a Military GPS?
by Meghan54 in Electronics
Thanks to the power of technology, it is now possible to pinpoint locations all around the world by incorporating the use of military GSP. While many people have caught on to this new trend of technology, there are many out there who still don't have a clue as to what military GPS is all about, and how it could benefit them in their everyday lives. What is Military GPS?Military GPS (Global Posi
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