Military Calendar 06 June

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Military Calendar 06 June

June Military Calendar of Holidays, Events, Observances

A list of holidays, observances and events recognized throughout the month of June including federal, non-federal and religious holidays and more.

June Military Calendar of  Holidays, Events, Observances

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June is PTSD Awareness Month

D-Day
June 6

Women Veterans Day
June 12

Army Birthday
June 14

U.S. Flag Day
June 14

National Flag Week
The week that includes June 14th

Father's Day
Third Sunday in June

Veterans Golden Age Games
June 22 (begins), June 27 (ends), 2020

Coast Guard Auxiliary Birthday
June 23

PTSD Awareness Day
June 27

Read more: https://militarybenefits.info/military-calendar-holidays-events-observances/#ixzz6xX72NyUT

PCS Season

June is in the height of the Military PCS Season. Summer is a major moving season because of children being put of school.

Are you looking for schools in your new area?

Are you looking for work in your new area?

 

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