Servicemen and women get first-class training to complete their mission—defending life and liberty, but sometimes lack the training they need in facing the unique challenges of raising children in today’s dynamic military. As members of the military, their families face unique situations that many in the civilian world will never confront.
Taking time-tested principles you will find this study to be a practical and enlightening way to gain great insight into how to deal with the issues you face in raising your children while in the military. If you or your spouse is serving in the armed forces, you understand the unique parenting challenges of military families.
LTC (USA, Ret) Jim Fishback is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He served with the United States Army for more than 20 years. Jim and Bea were married in 1975 and have two grown children, Jamie and Joni.