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In Group 2012 Survey of Active Duty Spouses


This survey note presents results on analyses comparing dual-military spouses to civilian spouses. Comparisons on key measures included: spouse education, support for the military, deployment, PCS moves, children, marriage, and health and well-being. Data were used from the 2012 Survey of Active Duty Spouses (2012 ADSS).
Fielding Year: 2012
Topic: Spouse & Child Well-Being
Produced By: R&R
Document Type: Report
Population: Active Duty, Military Spouse
Product ID: OPA Report No. 2015-001