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The Marine Corps Base Quantico Volunteer Income Tax Assistance center is free for active duty and retired Marines and their immediate families. Tax tips for military personnel
If you are in the U. S. Armed Forces, there are special tax breaks for you. For example, some types of pay are not taxable. Certain rules apply to deductions or credits that you may be able to claim that can lower your tax. In some cases, you may get more time to file your tax return, or even get more time to pay your income tax. Here are some
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Robins firefighters Daniel Zytowski and John Whitson extinguish a car fire during a training exercise Jan. 10. The exercise scenario involved a two-car accident involving one vehicle on fire with an injured person outside of the car and two injured passengers in the second car on Beale Drive near Bldg. 10.(U. S. Air Force photo/Sue Sapp) Car fire safety
Cars can catch fire for many reasons. Mechanical or electrical issues are the most common cause. A car can also catch fire as the result of a bad crash. If you see smoke or flames, or smell burning rubber or plastic, respond immediately.What to do if your car is on fire- Pull over as quickly as it is safe to do so.- Be sure to use your signal as
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A participant runs as another warms up during a running clinic at the Carswell Field House on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, July 27, 2016. The participant’s running technique was filmed to show him what he was doing right or what could be improved. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Laura R. McFarlane/Released) Running the right way
2,016 miles in 2016, no big deal, right? That’s the challenge I took with my brother and sister. The three us of would run or walk 2,016 miles. On my own, I took a challenge to complete 1,000 miles.As the year winds down, and I’m far from done, I realized that my running could use some improvement. I’d like to pick up my pace, but how do I do that,
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According to a 2010 study at Texas A&M University conducted by Associate Professor Dr. Christopher J. Ferguson, both men and women who play violent video games long-term seem to be able to adopt mental skills to handle stress. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devin Boyer/Released) Blasting through stress
It’s been a long day and all I want to do is relax and forget about it, but how? Video-games are my answer. The day’s stressors melt away as I pick up a controller and start to blast away enemies, play as a medieval knight, create my own worlds or explore a galaxy far far away.I was first introduced to gaming when I received a Gameboy Color for my
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A class scheduled from 10-11:30 a.m. July 22 at the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Military & 
Family Readiness Center will help potential car or truck buyers surmount obstacles to negotiate a successful deal. 
Auto liability insurance required on Goodfellow AFB
According to Vernon’s Texas Code Annotated Transportation Code 601.051, Texas state law requires drivers and vehicle owners to be financially responsible for accidents they cause. There are mandatory auto insurance laws in Texas that require vehicle owners to carry the minimum amount of auto liability insurance on every vehicle they own. As
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Default Air Force Logo Child custody considerations for military members
Many service members have custody of, or visitation rights with children whose other parent is not the service member’s current spouse. A parent's military service can present a number of issues related to child custody. Deployments and frequent relocations may require service members to give up custody temporarily. Upon their return, service
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Thanksgiving is the time of year when families come together to enjoy a tremendous feast, usually consisting of potatoes, corn, stuffing, gravy, biscuits, and lots of turkey. With that in mind, it’s important to keep safety a priority. Thanksgiving is the peak day of the year for home cooking fires. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Adarius Petty/Released) June Cooking Safety
Cooking can bring family and friends together, provide an outlet for creativity and can be relaxing. But did you know that cooking fires are the number one cause of household fires and injuries? By following a few safety tips you can prevent these fires.Cook with caution:- Be on alert. If you are sleepy or have consumed alcohol, do not use the
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U.S. Air Force Chaplain (Lt. Col.) John Tillery. (courtesy photo) Recollections of service
On April 23, 1975, President Gerald Ford announced the end of the Vietnam era. Little did I imagine that 44 years later I would be the last active duty, Vietnam-era veteran in the United States Air Force.I dropped out of school at the end of junior high and worked odd jobs until January 11, 1972, when I joined the Army at the age of 17. At that
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GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Defense Commissary Agency. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) Commissary gift cards offer unique value for patrons
Gift cards are a great idea. They solve the problem of trying to figure out what to give someone with a simple answer: give them a choice. But then you’re faced with a different question – which card to give? Sure, you could give them one for an online retailer, but then much of the card’s value would probably go toward paying shipping costs and
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Legal - Legal Assistance JA, ADC, SVC - What does it all mean?
“Go see legal,” that’s the direction Airmen often receive when facing difficult questions, such as how to respond to an administrative counseling. While good advice, it raises the question – which legal? The base legal office, the Area Defense Counsel and the Special Victims’ Counsel, are the three military legal offices an Airman may consult. This
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