Welcome to the Military OneSource Reports homepage, which includes descriptions and links to important Department of Defense (DoD) and government Quality of Life reports. If you are looking for a report for a specific program, you can access program-specific reports by visiting the Service Providers Program Landing Page. The reports below are valuable and important to military members, their families, and service providers, so please check back often, as the latest reports will be added as they become available.
The following Department of Defense reports may be of assistance to sexual assault prevention and response program service providers in the military. These reports are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and require Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from the Adobe Acrobat Reader website at no charge.
Don't spend hours on the phone trying to straighten out the huge financial mess that happened when someone stole your identity. Save yourself the hassle by taking these steps to avoid identity theft.
As a service member, you are a unique target for financial scam artists. With extended time away from home on deployments and frequent moves -- as well as a steady income -- you are a perfect target for these scam artists. Agencies across the federal government are working together to fight fraud aimed at service members and veterans. While these federal agencies are committed to using all of their tools to hold these scam artists responsible, the best way to fight them is to deprive them of customers. Here are a few tips on how to protect yourself and your family.
This two-hour webinar will focus on current issues and implications for clinical and advocacy work with Latino military families. Earn CEUs for attending.
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