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Your career’s progressing, you love your current station, and your family has settled in. It’s smooth sailing.

And then you get your orders for a Permanent Change of Station (PCS).

Relocation is a fundamental part of military life. In fact, active-duty families move three times more often than their civilian counterparts. Military life is stressful already, and when you add a cross-country or OCONUS relocation to the mix, it can feel overwhelming – both emotionally and financially.

So what should you do when you receive your orders?

Step 1: Don’t panic! You got this.

Step 2: Check out the information below, and take control of your PCS move.

PCS_Dos_DontsThe Do’s and Don’ts

Whether you’re doing a true PCS move, a DITY, or a partial, make sure you know the do’s and don’ts. Check out the video above, or head over to our blog for the full details. 

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PCSHow_ToPerfecting Your PCS

Whether it’s your first relocation, or you’re a seasoned pro, brush up on your terminology and make sure you understand your entitlements, with our complete guide to PCS.

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PCS_PetsMoving Your Pets

We all love our pets, so it’s important to take proactive measures to make sure you’re following the rules by the book. Some of the preparation can take months, so start early!

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PCS_On_The_MovePlanning is Priceless

You know the stuff no one tells about? You can avoid those pitfalls with a little strategic planning. Putting together an effective checklist will help you remember everything.

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PCS_Back_To_SchoolMastering Back to School

If you think moving is stressful for you and your spouse, imagine what the kids are going through. These guidelines could help them make a smooth and successful transition.

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19_PCS_Blog_ThumbPCS Improvements

Thanks to an open letter from a passionate military spouse, the DoD is making some much-needed improvements to the PCS process to hold moving companies accountable.

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