Operation: Military Kids is the U.S. Army’s collaborative effort with America’s communities to support children and youth impacted by deployment. Regardless of whether Families are experiencing deployment for the first time, the second time or another in a series of multiple deployments, OMK’s goal is to connect military children and youth with local resources in order to achieve a sense of community support and enhance their well-being.

In 2011, over 103,000 youth participated in experiences conducted by State OMK Teams in 49 states and the District of Columbia.   945 Community members representing over 43 national, state and local organizations worked together utilizing core OMK program elements like those in the left menu to help school age children and youth through the deployment of a loved one.  Through OMK, Military Youth:

·       Meet other youth who are also experiencing deployment

·       Participate in a range of recreational, social & educational programs

·       Gain leadership, organizational, and technical skills by participating in the Speak Out for Military Kids program or Mobile Technology Lab programs

Recent Articles

Everything You Wanted To Know About Navy Hospital Corpsman

How Hard Is Army Basic Training?

Can You Join The Military With Flat Feet?

Can You Join The Military With ADD/ADHD?

Do Army Recruiters Get A Commission To Get You To Sign Up?

10 Best Navy Jobs For Civilian Life In 2018

10 Best Air Force Jobs For Civilian Life In 2018