Army Emergency Relief

(Army photo by Master Sgt. Ryan Matson)Sgt. Corina Kimball, an intelligence noncommissioned officer from Great Falls, Mont., with the 652nd Regional Support Group, sits with her dogs Cinnamon, left, and Pepper, right, Sept. 14, 2020 at Fort William Henry Harrison, Helena, Mont. The pair became two of the first rescue dogs from Poland when they reunited with Kimball Aug. 2, 2020 in Seattle, Wash. (Master Sgt. Ryan Matson)

Relief groups helping troops bring furry friends overseas

Service members are eligible for up to $5,500, which is about enough to ship two pets.

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Army Emergency Relief members are sometimes victims of those emergencies themselves

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Defense Secretary Mark Esper speaks about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Wednesday, April 1, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Military relief organizations bracing for surge in requests from coronavirus

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Chief Warrant Officer 3 Donald Culp spends time with his Family before a deployment. Culp was an active duty service member whose daughter, Braelyn, benefited from the Exceptional Family Member Program. EFMP is a mandatory program that helps Soldiers with special needs children obtain any care or treatment they may need.  (Courtesy Photo)

Army’s nonprofit arm now helping soldiers with daycare costs

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