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Staff Perspective: The Challenges of COVID-19 on Military Families and the Resilience of Military Kids

The impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. military continues to grow, presenting extraordinary challenges to readiness: joint military exercises have been cancelled; U.S. bases in Europe have been closed or locked down; physical fitness tests postponed; graduations cancelled; promotions delayed; elective surgeries and routine care temporarily suspended; onboarding has come to a stop; sweeping travel bans have halted the movement of many, while others have been unexpectedly mobilized, etc. As our soldiers rapidly respond to contain and combat COVID-19, military families are charged with the familiar mission of supporting our nations troops in the face of uncertainty.

Staff Perspective: Celebrating the Month of the Military Child

Marjorie Weinstock, Ph.D.

During the month of April, the CDP will be celebrating the Month of the Military Child by holding a “website takeover,” where we will highlight a number of resources on our website throughout the month. In this entry, Dr. Weinstock provides a brief tour of the content featured in this spotlight.

Staff Perspective: Living in River City - Family Challenges During Deployment

The first time my husband deployed was just a few short weeks after we got married. We had a son who was three and a half at the time, yet the three of us had never actually lived together. To say we received more than our share of doubts that our family would “make it” would be putting it lightly.

Staff Perspective: Resilience in Military Couples

Dr. Marjorie Weinstock

Periodically, I like to scan the literature to see if there have been any new articles related to military families and couples. Recently I ran across an article by Dr. Pflieger and colleagues (2019) focused on the strengths of military couples, and I was intrigued to learn more – if only because most research focuses on challenges that these families need to overcome

Staff Perspective: Developing a Picture of the Military’s “Invisible” Family Members - Male Military Spouses

Dr. Jenny Phillips

While the majority of military spouses are female, male military spouses represent a unique and often unrecognized segment of military dependents. In this blog, we examine what, if any, advances in understanding this population have been made through recent DoD demographics and research publications

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