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Military brat

Explore the unique experiences and stories of growing up as a military brat. Discover the challenges, adventures, and resilience of these extraordinary individuals.
Life as a Military Brat #armybrat Military Child Month, Military Kids, Military Love, Military Families, Military Holidays, Military Brat Quotes, Army Brat, Military Retirement, Navy Life

This isn’t the post I intended for today, but I read this affirmation several times yesterday (obviously posted in honor of Memorial Day) and finally decided just to share it. I don’t know who wrote it, which is unfortunate. The Internet can be a great asset to writers, but it can also be a harsh curse. …

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Jennie Miller
You know you are a military Brat if... #2 | militarybrat_meme002 Military Brat, Army Brat, Brats Tattoo, Third Culture Kid, Compass Rose, Knowing You, Insta, Blog, Kids

You know what a challenge coin is and might even have one. The challenge coins go back in history to World War I and have since been given to prove membership when challenged. They are collected by servicemen and women and are traded among active duty, retired, and civilians within government agencies. have been give a few... Read More »

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Sunshines_girl
Born in a place that you don't remember and haven't seen in decades. Extended family that you rarely saw that live in places where you weren't raised.  Lived in more countries by the time you were 10 than most people visit in a lifetime. Many of the communities you grew up in no longer exist. Many of the people you grew up with have scattered to the winds. Still haven't figured out where you're from or where you belong. Don't regret a minute of it. Kid Memes, Memes Quotes, Military Brat Quotes, Third Culture Kid, Army Brat, Trend Quote, Military Kids, Wicked Ways, Extended Family

Born in a place that you don't remember and haven't seen in decades. Extended family that you rarely saw that live in places where you weren't raised. Lived in more countries by the time you were 10 than most people visit in a lifetime. Many of the communities you grew up in no longer exist. Many of the people you grew up with have scattered to the winds. Still haven't figured out where you're from or where you belong. Don't regret a minute of it.

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Heidi Tunberg