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Resources for National Guard Families

National Guard Guide To Deployment – This is a pdf document that you will need Acrobat to view and read.

Army National Guard Retirement Guide (will open in Microsoft Word) http://www.myarmyonesource.com/news/2009/07/RetirementGuide

About the author: Stacey is an Army wife of a soldier who joined in 2003. He has since been medically retired but she continues to provide information to Army wives and families to make their adjustment to the Army lifestyle easier. Connect with Stacey: Facebook Twitter Pinterest

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  • carolyn McDaid July 13, 2012, 2:45 pm

    Ihave a question…..
    I am online with a man in the National Guard…is it a scam or do I really have to pay 240 usd for a phone line for him and I to talk on.

    • Stacey July 14, 2012, 1:02 pm

      It’s a scam. You don’t have to pay.

  • Marty Bean July 17, 2012, 8:12 am

    How do I get a duplicate ID card?

  • Michelle Heston December 8, 2012, 10:31 pm

    I am currently in the Utah National Guard and deployed to Afghanistan. My husband is also a National Guard member. We have been married for 16 years and now he wants a divorce. I don’t even know where to start or who to talk to for some legal advice. He does not want to hire lawyers but I am concerned because I don’t have a clue what I would even be entitled to in a divorce. I would like to be able to end it somewhat friendly – especially for the kids’ sake but I also am worried about the financial burden. We both have Federal Government jobs outside of the Guard but I am only entry level and he is 9 steps above me. He has always taken care of us financially. Just need to know who I can talk to so I can start preparing for this.

  • Tracey September 4, 2013, 5:07 am

    My husband is in the National Guard and got orders to go to AT. He will be gone for 17 days. I work full time and we have 3 kids. My Mother in law is helping me with them so i can work. She can’t help with one day so I put in the time off but my work deniedmy request. Is there a law out there stating they can’t deny it?

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