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In Group 2012 Military Family Life Project


The Military Family Life Project (MFLP) is a three wave longitudinal study of active duty spouses. The purpose of the project is to assess how the well-being of active duty spouses and families change over time (2010, 2011, and 2012). This report provides results from the longitudinal analyses of the impact of military life evens on active duty families. Major content areas include permanent change of station (PCS) moves, education and employment, health and well-being, financial well-being, military support, deployments, child well-being, and reunion and reintegration.
Fielding Year: 2012
Produced By: R&R
Document Type: Report
Population: Military Spouse
Product ID: OPA Report 2013-061