Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) August 21, 2005
Military Spouse magazine announces its one-year anniversary issue featuring first lady Laura Bush on the cover for a special interview about military spouses. Mrs. Bush describes her admiration for military families' sacrifices and shares advice for keeping those families intact despite the miles and conflicts that separate them.
In an additional featured interview, Ann Curry, co-host of NBC's Today Show, shares her unique insight into both the military and the media.
Read letters of love, hope and devotion spanning current and historic battles for a glimpse at how soldiers and their spouses stay close, no matter how great a distance stretches between them. All of the letters received by Military Spouse will be posted on http://www.militaryspousemagazine.com as of September 1.
Can families living on military bases assume they're safer than their civilian counterparts? One vigilant spouse discovered potential predators lurking just down the street. Now she's calling for policy reform to protect families from convicted sex offenders living on military bases.
On a much lighter note, this autumn issue details fall family fun with the scoop on fairs and festivals all over the United States. And -- as usual -- Military Spouse offers recipes, beauty and fitness tips, financial advice, and home decorating ideas.
Log onto http://www.militaryspousemagazine.com to subscribe today, and don't miss your copy of the anniversary issue of Military Spouse!