The purpose of the Pacesetters Spouse Support Group is to establish a network
whereby spouses can contact each other for information, assistance, and support.
Military families know that military
service is not a job, it’s a lifestyle. For families, military service provides endless opportunities for adventure
and learning; however, at the same time, our families are subject to unique challenges.
Recruiting is a rare hybrid of military life which brings about additional
challenges. While we are still bound morally and contractually to our military goals and objectives, we are balancing
ourselves between military and civilian life. We don't have the usual resources afforded to "base stationed" families right
at hand. Therefore, we need to be able to depend on each other when needed.
While we assimilate our military famlies
into the civilian sector, let's face it, a lot of times non-military families don't understand the military life or face the
same situations that we do. Our civilian family seems to think that if there's something we don't like, we can just call the
General and tell him that we don't like it and it'll get changed. RIGHT! They don't quite understand that that's not how it
works! Sometimes you just need to call someone else who's been there, done that. Someone who knows what it's like and understands
what you might be going through. If you're having a problem, chances are another spouse has been through the same thing. We
may not be able to fix each others problems, but we can listen to each other, bounce ideas off each other, and sometimes just
complain until we get it out of our system! We are truly brothers and sisters-in-arms and need to be there for each
other no matter what. Call upon each other for guidance, support, and understanding.
We are here to provide whatever support and assistance we can to our
military spouses. While this site has been created by the Spouses of the 330th RCS for our spouses, we would like to
invite anyone to view the site and see what we've got going on. If you are a military spouse with another unit that does not
have a support group or would just like to talk to someone outside of your own unit, please feel free to contact any of our
Support Spouses. We will do anything we can to be of assistance, even if it's just to lend a friendly ear. The
330th considers themselves to be one big family and extends that to all of our military "brothers and sisters" around the