When you are ready to make your final military move, you can experience a mix of excitement and apprehension about the upcoming changes. Instead of going to a new duty station, you will be going to a new home. When you are moving, there are some resources available to make things easier. You can begin by setting up the details of your move with Move.mil. If you need assistance managing your move, you can visit the military and family support center to help you understand what your benefits are.
For many service members at retirement of the end of active service, they are allowed a final move at government expense. These details can depend on a variety of factors, but you can view your details at a military family and support center, Move.mil or transportation office. Other benefits could include storage, travel allowances, personally procured moves and mileage.
Making your last move can be simple if you set up your move as early as possible. This way, you will have everything scheduled and know what to expect. It can help to take things a little at a time. Set daily goals for what you want to accomplish in the moving process. With smaller goals, the bigger goal of moving will seem less daunting. To find info about your new community, visit militaryinstallations.dod.mil, where you can compare statistics and facts about the community and schools in the area.
More than any other military move, it is important that you have as much information about the community and new home before you move. Finding an experienced real estate agent is crucial to having a good overall moving experience. With all of these things in mind and careful planning, your final military move could even be the easiest move of your military career.