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In the military there is one thing most service men and women all havein common At some point you will have to take part in a PermanentChange of Station often known as a PCS move For the new this can bevery overwhelming Where do you start What is the most important partof this experience How are you going to handle it The most importantpart of a PCS move is to get though it and still have your sanity Itcan be time consuming irritating and upsetting The less stressed youare the easier it becomes Your husband has received his orders indicating where you will bestationed next Being a married couple most of the planning details andappointments fall on you because as a solider he has many tasks of hisown The first thing you should do after receiving the details of yournew location is do your research The best thing you can do is educateyourself Some bases may even offer a sponsorship program Thesponsorship program connects you directly to a family or soldier at yournew base They can help inform you on the best way to go about the moveand what you should avoid It is a different experience moving overseasrather than to another state If you are moving overseas your task listbecause quite a bit longer The next thing you should do is contact thehousing office of your new base and see what they need you to do Onmost bases there will be a waiting list This is really importantbecause the earliest you can send them your orders the sooner you willbe able to get on the list Some waiting lists could be as short as acouple days while others have a waiting list longer than a few monthsOnce you have set up housing at your new duty station you will need tocontact the housing office at your current duty station if you live inon-post housing You will need to make an appointment for an initialinspection
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