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Helping Your Teenager Deal With Deployment
Deployed sailors hold up smartphones with pictures of their children
Silas, one, son of Capt. Owen, 15th Reconnaissance Squadron pilot, receives a balloon monkey during a “Take Your Kid to Work Day” event April 23, 2015, at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada. Creech families honored the Month of the Military Child with food, face painting, and a magic show sponsored by the Las Vegas USO. In addition military vehicles and equipment were also on display and included the MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper aircraft.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Christian Clausen/Released)
U.S. Air Force Airman gets his face painted during a camouflage face painting activity
Ways to Secure More Parenting Wins
Two young women
The New Parent Support Program
Kid in play area
Becoming a New Father While Youre Deployed
Family sitting on couch with child hugging mother
Sesame Street for Military Families
father walks with student on first day of school
Teacher in classroom with young children
Children and Technology
Service member and his daughter
JROTC cadets take part in military training day at Homestead ARB
Service Member hugs his young children.
USAR Soldiers leave lasting impression on Polish community
Group of children sitting in a classroom.
A dietician speaks to a parent during an event hosted by the New Parent Support Program.
Kids looking out window of empty room
Newborn baby girl sleeps
Children drawing at library
Mother and daughter sitting on a bench with arms around each other.
Service member holding hands with military spouse.
Ways to Support Your Kids in Grade School
Mother and teenage daughter hugging
Helping Your Children Change Schools   D952385
Son hugging Dad
Service member embraces his wife and son.
Elementary School children draw out their emotions during a therapy session
women and child look at paper
A baby sleeping.
Military Child Care Programs
Child Counseling   D2849339
Getting the Most from Military Kids Connect
Child and his mom holding a drawn house with family
Teaching Money Management
Child doing homework
Father and son with arms around each other.
Child Hugging Service Member
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