PV: The Pain Of Being In A Military Family

Khamirah Culmer, staff reporter

NOTE: published November 11, 2018

Veterans Day is a day celebrate for the people that protect the USA. Veterans Day originated on November 11 1919. The first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual inspection. And on November 11 is became a national holiday beginning in 1938.   

Also I grow up in a military family, and let me tell you it isn’t easy. All the moving, and the parents leaving to go somewhere, having to make new friends, being the new kid where we go all this stuff i’m listing and more is stuff you have to go through with being in a military. When your in a military family it is hard and it comes with everything you want want and more.

As a matter of fact when your in a military family one reason it is hard because you have to move a lot. You have to go out of the country sometimes, and make new friends and meet new people. Also you never know when you have to move. I had to move more than five times and it got harder and harder the older I got. Maybe it’s because now I know what’s going on and I actually now what’s going on. The younger you are the easier it is for you to move because when your little it isn’t that hard because you don’t have many friend. But when your older you are changing and making and losing friends.

In conclusion being in a military family isn’t that. When your a military kid you get to see your parents serve for your country, and that should make you and your family proud. So the next you see some in the military tell them “Thank you for your service.