Ten Years Of Helping Military Spouses Celebrated At Camp Lejune

Their goal is to help military spouses adapt to military life and the stress that goes along with it. Tuesday L.I.N.K.S., or lifestyle, insight, networking, knowledge and skills celebrated 10 years of service at Camp Lejeune. The organization made up of military spouses teaches new and even seasoned members everything there is to know about military life. Things like traditions, ranks, proper dress, adapting to deployments, and financial management, are a few of the skills and tools the military spouses walk away with. Susan Stalder, is a new military wife. She admits she was nervous about the role at first, but has since gotten used to it. L.I.N.K.S. also has a chapter at the New River Air Station in Jacksonville.


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