Making the big move dating
The one constant within the Department of Defense is change, so we caution you not to make any permanent decisions (i.e. Here are some great moving tips on things you can do before the move.
After days, weeks and potentially months of waiting you now have your orders.
By now, you should have a basic game plan in order as you prepare for the move and depending on your timeframe, maybe even started taking some of the steps outlined in our tips.
Now that you have orders in hand, you get to schedule your move.
It's important to understand that an assignment notification does not mean that you have "orders" just yet.
At this stage, it's recommended that you start some of the preparation work which may include starting to look at places to live near your new home and getting yourself organized for the pending move.
If you haven't checked out some of these moving tips, now would be a great time.Another amazing resource is Military One Source - they have representatives available 24/7 to answer those late night questions about your upcoming move.This isn't your first rodeo and you have a few moves under your belt at this point.Your orders are an important document to have, so make sure everything is accurate.In addition to the administrative details (your name, social security number, etc.), make sure it has the correct duty station, dependent information and reporting dates.