Relax Accommodations, Temporary Housing
A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
- George A. Moore -
Military Temporary Housing
How to Ease the Stress of Moving While You Wait for Housing
Moving to a new duty station — whether it's across the state or around the globe — is difficult for even the most seasoned military families. When arriving at a new duty station, most military families can expect to be living out of a suitcase until housing becomes available or other permanent arrangements can be made. Knowing what to expect and planning ahead will help ease the strain associated with your move. One way to do this is to find out what lodging facilities are available for you and your family at your new duty station and make reservations in advance.
How to find and reserve military lodging facilities
Service members traveling on permanent change of station orders can usually make reservations before other eligible patrons (retirees or vacationers, for example). For the summer PCS season, it's important to make your reservations as far in advance as possible. The service member or spouse may make reservations, but most facilities will require a copy of the service member's PCS orders. There are many resources to assist in finding and making reservations for temporary lodging:
- Military and Family Support