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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Senior Master Sgt. Jay Styles, Air Force Space Command Intelligence Reconnaissance and Surveillance command manager, kisses his wife Tech. Sgt. Jessica Styles, Air Force Space Command enlisted aide to the commander. Through the Join Spouse Program they’ve been stationed together since getting married almost 13 years ago. (Photo by Adam Harris) Marriage: Air Force to Air Force
According to the Air Force Personnel Center there are more than 27,000 active-duty Airmen, just under 10 percent of the active-duty Air Force, married to another active- duty Airman, and about 1,500 active-duty Airmen married to an active-duty member of another military service.
0 2/13
2018
Default Air Force Logo Join spouse assignment consideration keeps mil-to-mil couples together
Summertime is a busy season for permanent changes of station and military couples may be apprehensive about the possibility of being separated from their spouses during their next assignments. They have little to be concerned about, however, as the Air Force Personnel Center has an accommodation rate of more than 96 percent for mil-to-mil married couples through the assignment of military couples option, commonly known across the Air Force as a “join spouse” assignment.
0 6/02
2017
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