IA Corner

With IA/GSA Deployments becoming more of the norm than the exception we decided by popular demand to create a section just for IA information. Being proactive in this type of deployment is the best advice I can give you. We are all in this together and this section exists to help you have a better deployment experience. We are going to be adding information like: Top Things to Send in a Care Package, R&R Planning and more.

Here are some of the links from our latest IA show:

IA Help:

Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center – http://www.ecrc.navy.mil

IA Newsletter

IA Virtual Webinars – Connect with other IA Spouses

IA Family Handbook

Contact your local FFSC and meet your IA Point of Contact.

Visit NKO (Navy Knowledge Online) – Message Boards

MilSpouse.com – Message Boards (Look for the IA Thread)

IA Spouse Blog – mymilitarylife.wordpress.com

We want to hear from you and know your IA experience. Please email me at wendy(at)navywiferadio.com today!

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Kim Russo  |  October 1, 2008 at 9:42 am

    I came across this and thought maybe it might be useful to others, but didn’t know how else to pass on the information…


    ** YMCA Memberships and Respite Care for Eligible Military Families The Department of Defense has partnered with the Armed Services YMCA to fund memberships at participating YMCAs throughout the United States and Puerto Rico for the following groups:
    * Families of joint deployed National Guard and Reserve personnel (Army/Navy/Air Force/Marine Corps)
    * Active duty personnel and their families at independent duty stations
    * Active duty families assigned to newly established joint bases
    * Relocated spouse and family members of deployed active duty personnel


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