RESOURCES FOR OUR MILITARY
Military City, U.S.A. knows what it means to rise to the occasion and answer the call in a crisis. During the coronavirus crisis, we continue to stand behind our men and women in uniform by providing useful resources and information.
During these challenging times, our nation’s Guardsmen and Reservists are answering the call to duty to protect the health and well-being of all Americans.
Military families, communities, and Veterans are experiencing intense challenges during this global pandemic. To identify these pain points, we have launched the COVID-19 Military Families Pain Points Poll.
This two-day event will feature a virtual opportunity for military spouses to hear from Military Spouse Employment Program partners, Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Career Coaches, and other professional influencers on employment, education and personal development.
Recruiters will remain accessible to those interested in a career with the U.S. Army, but they will communicate through text, phone calls, direct messages or video chat rather than face-to-face.
Association of Defense Communities and the COVID-19 Military Support Initiative are looking for stories of how the pandemic is affecting individual communities, including the challenges you face and the ways your community is pulling together in response.
In order to combat disinformation disseminated during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pentagon recently created a website called “Coronavirus: Rumor Control,” serving as an authenticated repository of vetted information during the crisis.
(HHCC) as a resource for residents in your community. Originally envisioned to be a safe, digital space for military caregivers to talk to each other about daily challenges and seek peer support, during this difficult time HHCC has become a highly visible meeting place for our community.
Interested in knowing how to do business with the Army Corps of Engineers as a civilian contractor? The Office of the General Counsel approved distributing these details to community members who may want to help with the Army and its response to COVID-19 (or any United States Army Corps of Engineers missions).
This bill authorizes the Department of Veterans Affairs to continue to provide educational assistance through December 21, 2020, for programs of education that have been converted to distance learning due to an emergency or health-related situation.