Hey everyone! I don't know how many kids are a part of this support group, but I thought that should post something from a kid's POV. My dad is in the Air Force and while it has given me a good life it has also been very very hard. Dad is at the Pentagon right now and we live in southern maryland. I am currently in my 10th school, in my 7th state and in our 16th house. I think that this is such a hard lifestyle to lead as a kid because of the extreme lack of stability.I will be going off to college in about 2 years, and I can't even begin to look at schools because I don't know where my family will be living. The Air Force has also taught me to rely on my family, because they are the true constants in my life. I know that I am probably just stating the obvious here, but I thought I might as well get all this off my chest with people who definately understand. ~Katherine
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