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Support for Air Force Families (02:05)

Maj. Brian Neese and his wife Shelley describe the many benefits the Air Force has to offer families.

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Maj. Brian Neese and his wife Shelley describe the many benefits the Air Force has to offer families. The Neeses have been impressed by the support they have received from the military community as they raise their children on base.

Air Force bases offer quality housing, schools and health care for families. During major life events, such as deployment or transition to civilian life, families can also turn to Airman and Family Readiness Centers for support.

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