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Year of the Air Force Family 2009 Survey of Active-Duty Spouses
Air Force leaders care not only about the well-being of their airmen but also that of their families. Already aware of the stresses of military life, the Air Force has already created a number of...
School personnel’s perceptions of family-school communication: a qualitative study
Family involvement contributes to student success, and family—school communication (FSC) is intended to promote parent involvement; however, little is known about the communication processes that...
Understanding how U.S. Army military families cope with military deployments: A phenomenological approach
The continuing effort of the U.S. military to confront terrorism far from the shores of America contributes to an ongoing struggle among more than two million of America's families categorized as a...
Deployment Psychology: Evidence-Based Strategies to Promote Mental Health in the Military
The impact of combat on service members' mental health has received considerable attention both in the popular press and in scholarly publications. This book provides systematic, evidence-based...
THE COURTS AND MILITARY FAMILIES: URGENT ACTION NEEDED
There are 9-plus million individuals who are impacted by military service – about 60% of whom are family members. While these demographics have enormous implications for the veterans administration...
The War Within: Preventing Suicide in the U.S. Military
Since late 2001, U.S. military forces have been engaged in conflicts around the globe, most notably in Iraq and Afghanistan. These conflicts have exacted a substantial toll on soldiers, marines...
Finding Common Ground: A Toolkit for Communities Supporting Military Families
This toolkit suggests easily-achievable action items and useful resources to guide anyone who wants to support military families, but doesn’t know where to start. Identify yourself in one of the...
Effects of Soldiers' Deployment on Children's Academic Performance and Behavioral Health
Long and frequent deployments, with short dwell times in between, have placed stresses on Army children and families already challenged by frequent moves and parental absences. RAND Arroyo Center was...
JOINING FORCES” INITIATIVE TO SUPPORT AMERICA’S MILITARY FAMILIES
Joining Forces is a national initiative to support and honor America’s Service Members and their families. The initiative aims to educate, challenge, and spark action from all sectors of our society...
Risk and Resilience in U.S. Military Families
Among the costs of the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are the human losses -- over 5,000 dead and over 35,000 wounded. Additionally, service personnel often return with traumatic brain injuries...
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