Tag: family

Feb. 2, 2021

Divorcing in the U.S. While Overseas

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a Uniform Code of Divorce Law? Like the Uniform Code of Military Justice? One set of rules governing divorce from San Diego, to Sasebo, to Sigonella?

June 20, 2017

Two All-Star Navy Daughters

Twenty-one years ago, Capt. Jim Lucci -- commanding officer, Defense Service Office Pacific -- and Capt. Dom Flatt -- commanding officer, Region Legal Service Office Japan -- started Officer In...

July 13, 2012

Intern Spotlight: Brittany Pizor & Brenna Miller

We interns at Region Legal Service Office Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia were quite excited to share what we had picked out for our ‘word for the week.’ Little did we know we had both picked the same word: Family. The word has been slowly brewing in our minds for quite some time now. In our first week on the job, our office held a command function. We were both instantly impressed at how collectively everyone intermingled. There were no couples by themselves, no one sitting alone, just pure communal relations. We couldn’t help but feel comfortable amongst our colleagues.

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