By Sheri Stritof
A. If you and your spouse are both active members of military service, whether in the same branch of the military or in separate branches, and two-year service retainability, you can apply through the joint program Register to be transferred to a place where you can live in the same residence. In the army, the common home program is called the Army Couples Program Married.
Q. Are there safeguards being sold?
A. No. Although the military services of the United States is committed to maintaining military couples together if possible, assignments will initially be based on the needs of the military.
Q. How do we apply?
A. Each of you must complete an application (Join Joint Assignment Intent) and check that your spouse join codes intention and preferences correspondence assignment.
Q. What if we just married?
A. You may have to submit a certified copy of your marriage certificate and your birth certificates, driving licenses and social security cards.