U.S. Army says fewer PCS for families

According to the United States Army, soldiers will begin to see fewer PCS moves.

The Army would like its enlisted Soldiers to remain at their duty stations for at least 36 months, and career managers are attempting to aid in this mission.

 There are some exceptions such as deployments, special needs families, and some overseas duty stations.

But with sequestration and reduction this will help not only to reduce Army costs but to stabilize families.

 Also soldiers who re-enlist that choose follow on assignments that are not priority will likely have to remain on the station a full 36-months prior to getting their location choice.