Moving is a fact of life for most of our military service members and their families. Within the military community, relocating from one base (or post) to another base is commonly known as a Permanent Change of Station (PCS), and summer is a busy time for PCS moves.
A PCS move can be stressful for military families, and for many who are facing a first-time move—or maybe even their third or fourth—relocating can lead to a lot of questions.
If you have PCS questions or advice to share with fellow military members and their families, join us on Wednesday, August 13 at 2:00 p.m. ET, for a Joining Forces #PCSchat Twitter Q&A.
Here are the details:
- Ask your PCS questions on Twitter ahead of the Q&A using the hashtag #PCSchat
- Follow the Q&A live through the @JoiningForces Twitter handle and with the #PCSchat hashtag
- Jump in during the Q&A on Wed. Aug. 13 at 2pm ET and answer the #PCSchat questions posed by @JoiningForces
- If you miss the live Q&A, don’t worry, we’ll post the questions and some of the best answers right here and at storify.com/whitehouse