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Hero 2 Hired website aims to transform heroes to hired civilians
March 26, 2012
The website www.h2h.jobs is aimed at Soldiers ready to leave the service, to help them find jobs that best match their knowledge, skills, abilities and interests.

Family Matters Blog: Military Kids Can Apply for Free Summer Camps
March 21, 2012
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Hawaii counterdrug program offers a second chance to at risk youth and families
March 8, 2012
Army Staff Sgt. Celeste Paglinawan and Army Sgt. Bernie Bumanglag, both with the Hawaii National Guard, facilitate the troubled youth of the Kokua Ohana Aloha Program.

DOD takes steps to remove spouse employment barriers
February 27, 2012
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DOD spotlights value of financial fitness
February 23, 2012
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First Lady lauds DoD's new nutrition campaign
February 21, 2012
First Lady Michelle Obama speaks to airmen in a dining facility on Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., Feb. 9, 2012. The first lady visited the base to announce the Defense Department's new obesity and nutrition awareness campaign and to learn about Little Rock's food transformation initiative program, intended to provide a wider variety of nutritional foods to service members and their families.

First Lady, Panetta unveil effort to aid spouse employment
February 16, 2012
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta applauds First Lady Michelle Obama at the Pentagon, Feb. 15, 2012, as they announce a new report focusing on ways to streamline licensing regulations across state lines for military spouses seeking employment.

Website connects military spouses with jobs through virtual job fair
February 14, 2012
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New campaign aims to improve troops, families' health
February 10, 2012
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Proposal would expand support for military caregivers
February 1, 2012
First Lady Michelle Obama announces measures to increase support for caregivers of wounded, ill and injured service members at the Labor Department in Washington, D.C., Jan. 30, 2012. These proposed rules would, in part, enable more military family members to take the time they need to care for their loved ones without fear of career repercussions.