Military Moms Blog Guide to Duty Stations


The hallmark of military life is the dreaded permanent change of station.

Whether you are sitting in an empty home with only the smell of boxes and pizza in the air, or you don’t have a PCS on the horizon for another couple of years, we know that moving is never far from your mind. Here, we’ve compiled all of our posts on duty stations from around the world.

We hope these posts will help you get excited or at least give your mind a small sense of ease. And we will continue to add to this post as we explore more duty stations to share with you!

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Julie Cohen
Julie is a co-founder and contributor of Military Moms Blog. She also is a freelance writer and editor living in northern Italy where her husband is stationed in the Air Force. They have a little girl who spends most of her time (successfully) convincing her parents to buy more gelato, and a baby boy who they suspect already speaks better Italian than they do. Julie is the former food and wine editor of the San Antonio Express-News and former managing editor of Sauce Magazine in St. Louis, Missouri. which is where she calls home — but her dad was in the Army, so nowhere is technically home! She also has taught high school composition and British Literature, adult creative writing and college writing. Julie completed an MFA in nonfiction writing from Columbia University. In her free time, Julie enjoys running, reading and “studying” the varietals of Italy.