April 5, 2012
The activities of the National Military Family Association originally caught my attention when looking for ways to support students whom I later recognized as having something in common--affiliation with the U.S. military. Some of the articles and research present by the association not only assisted me in my professional role as a teacher, I eventually focused my doctoral dissertation on the resilience of military dependent students as a result. Publication is forthcoming. . . I remain grateful to the benefactors, staff, and other volunteers (of which I am one) for their contributions to families of our nation who . . . serve. The National Military Family Association offers a variety of supports, sometimes unrecognized, that buttress the fabric of our nation. In particular, I offer my appreciation for the numerous opportunities for kids and families to participate in the Operation Purple Camps.
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