Simple. I too was in the military stationed in Mississippi. Simply take your title or registration to the tax assessor's office, pay the $5.00 transfer fee, then tag your car in the state of Mississippi. Be sure to go to your local CBPO office and obtain a tax exclusion paper since Mississippi car tags can be quite expensive. You will not have to pay the taxes that residents have to pay.
As of January 2014 there 1.3 million U.S. troops stationed overseas.
yes. regardless of where you are stationed, you can be deployed.
Wherever you are needed.
It takes several weeks for the package to reach the United States from overseas. He's stationed overseas now, but he'll return home in six months.
military bases that are in country's other them the home country of the military that are stationed there.
If you are in the military stationed overseas, then your DEROS is your Date Estimated Return Over Seas.
I think it depends on where you are stationed at..i.e overseas of state side. We are in AK which is considered overseas and we get $1565 BAH. I think Ive heard non overseas is around $1100 or so.
A US citizen living overseas (such as a dependent of a service member stationed overseas) can enlist from overseas - however, they will be returned to the US for Basic Training/Boot Camp. A foreign national may not enlist from overseas, and must be an established permanent resident of the United States.
Yes, a who lived in va beach stationed at oceana. Died overseas during training
Ceciley, Bonnie and Gary all live with Beth and Dog, her son Dominic joined the army and is currently stationed overseas.
They stay the same for you as if you are at home when on camp. The law of the country you are in though will have overriding authority if you are in trouble out of camp.