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Latest Activity: Dec 26, 2017
Started by van1612 Dec 26, 2017. 0 Replies 0 Likes
We, my husband and I, will be moving from Washington to Virginia due to my husband’s PCS but we have never done this before and it’s a big move. Furthermore, he will be going on a 7 months long…Continue
Started by Bronco14. Last reply by Anti M Feb 19, 2016. 1 Reply 2 Likes
Hi ladies,I need some help! I posted this question in the group specific to my sailor's A school but I thought I'd post it here as well since this group is all about moving. My sailor is about half…Continue
Started by garden gal. Last reply by Anti M Dec 24, 2015. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Hi, my son got orders to Whidbey island for his first assignment out of A school but was put on hold for security clearance processing. He was told this could take several month. Since my son &…Continue
Started by Marcy ~ Corpsman Mom Sep 26, 2015. 0 Replies 0 Likes
For anyone doing a DITY move out of Camp Lejeune NC: Jane, the manager at Air Station Storage & U-Haul was incredibly knowledgeable about military procedure and paperwork and very helpful…Continue
Oh sorry abuon I always get confused betwen rate and rank :) He is a corpsman. He has orders for the naval hospital right now but there is a possibility he will get orders to be able to train on the green side rather than the blue side. If that's the case, that's where all this extra training would come in.
I know my place has a military clause and it requires a 30 day notice. I will look more specifically at them and see because the last place we were at required the orders to be PCS, not TDY. But I'm not sure if that's the case with these ones :)
My landlord is a military spouse as well so I am hoping she will understand and we can make something work. Thank you so much for your help!!
He is an E3. It would be easy to move to where his school is because I could just live with my family in the area of his schooling. It wouldn't bother me that he couldn't live with me, we are used to that already because of the training he has been through. My only concern with that is we have an apartment here at our current duty station, that we signed a year lease to. I am under the impression that the only way we could terminate our lease under the military clause is if his orders are for a PCS...
Help please! This might be too tricky of a question but I'm wondering if any of you have experience with something like this. My husband may have a lot more training ahead of him, consisting of a few different schools that do not add up to 20 weeks on their own and therefore don't qualify as a PCS. However, after all these short trainings, he would have a permanent duty station that is NOT our current duty station. Since I don't qualify for a PCS until then will I have to stay at our current duty station the whole time he is away?
Hope that wasn't too confusing, I know it might be a long shot but I thought I'd ask here!
Oh great advice thank you!! I'll make sure we do that. Thanks a bunch!!
That's what we're thinking. Actually hubby doesn't have his own vehicle yet, so I'm going to try and convince him to hold off on getting one until we find out if we are leaving or not. :) But if he gets one it'll be a truck that can tow my little car.
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