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Teen Travel Writing Scholarship Announced for 2016

Family Travel Forum (FTF), the web’s leading trip-planning resource for family travelers, and the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW), a non-profit organization that provides professional support for its membership specializing in the travel industry, are kicking off this year’s Teen Travel Writing Scholarship contest, first held in 2007, to encourage students across the country to share their travel experience in words, images, and videos. The 10th annual Teen Travel Writing Scholarship is available to […]

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News on Garrison in Mannheim’s Closure

This article contains news about the rapid closing of the garrison in Mannheim, Germany, and was written by Prof. Dr. Christian Führer, who is writing a book about the influence of the garrison on over three generations of civilians living in Mannheim.

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Bratcon Radio Debuts November 11, 2010

Listen in with hosts Dennis Campbell and Pat Caves for their first weekly radio show about and for brats on Bratcon Radio.

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Military Brat Life Expanded

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5-18-2010 Military Brat Life now offers over 100 essays and articles, providing a glimpse inside the world of U.S. Military Brats. Military Brat Life was launched on June 15, 2009 and both preserves the Military Brat culture and offers the civilian public a glimpse into the day to day experiences of Military Brats spanning several generations. “Recently I added several dozen articles which originally were published on Military Brats Online during the […]

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Military Brat Caylea Ingram Wins Music Competition

Military Brat Caylea Ingram recently won a songwriting competition on the myairforcelife.com website. The song is called My Life.

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Vann Baker Interviewed on BRATCON Radio

Vann-Baker.jpgVann Baker, editor/creator of Military Brat Life and Military Brats Online, was a guest on the BRATCon Radio program, to be broadcast on the internet on BRATCON Radio. Learn more about Vann, the websites and how growing up in a military family shaped his life.

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Benjamin Franklin Village Closes

Benjamin Franklin Village, Mannheim Germany—workplace and home for three generations of Army personnel and families as we knew it, is no more.

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