More than a year after the law was signed to allow the service branches to reimburse military spouses up to $500 in professional relicensing fees when they move to a new state, the policies aren’t yet in place.
The Air Force seems closer than the other services to implementing this pilot program, which aims to help spouses find employment after their family moves to a new location.
Air Force officials expect the policy will be available to airmen this summer, said Air Force spokesman Maj. Nick Mercurio. But timelines were not available from the Army, Navy and Marine Corps.
“This delay has been frustrating for spouses. As the only charity currently reimbursing spouses for PCS-related licensure expenses, we know the need spouses…