Transition GPS: Helping to Make Military Members and Their Families’ Lives Better


About this Episode:

In this Let’s Talk Transitions! podcast, Jenny Rea chats with Mr. Troy Field, a Personal Financial Manager at the Fleet and Family Support Center on board the Naval Air Station located in Meridian, Mississippi. Our conversation centers on the Transition Assistance Program, now titled, Transition GPS (Goals, Plans, Success). In addition to sharing what the Transition GPS program is all about, Mr. Field provides several great resources that can help make the lives of military members and their families’ better.

Guest Bio:

Mr. Troy Field is a Personal Financial Manager and Accredited Financial Counselor at the Fleet and Family Support Center on Meridian’s Naval Air Station, located in Meridian, Mississippi. Field joined the Navy in 1987, served 21 years working as an Air Traffic Controller, and retired as a Navy Chief in 2008.

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Resources Mentioned in Podcast:

1. Military OneSource
2. Navy App Locker
3. Locate the nearest Fleet and Family Support Center here
4. Joint Knowledge Online website – for Service members, dependents and families to review and re-learn tools learned from the TAP-GPS classes
5. Find additional resources for Service members, families, & facilitators here



This material is based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Office of Military Family readiness Policy, U.S. Department of Defense under Award numbers 2015-48770-24368 and 2019-4877030366.

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