I Was a Male War Bride is a 1949 comedy film directed by Howard Hawks and starring Cary Grant and Ann Sheridan. This film was based on I was an Alien Spouse of Female Military Personnel Enroute to the United States Under Public Law 271 of the Congress, a biography of Henri Rochard, a Belgian who married an American nurse.
Macho Spouse was started by Chris Pape to support other male military spouses. Yes, it's to help guys find resources and brotherhood together while their spouses are serving. While this site is tailored for men, there are plenty of resources for women out there too. Chris can identify with all the other spouses married to our military and shares common challenges: finding work, changing jobs and more. Chris is a talented video producer, so you will discover a lot of great videos on his site.
Everett Lopez is a male military spouse whose ranks account for just 7 percent of all military spouses. Check out this article to hear the rest of Everett's story. Do you think male mil. spouses face more hurdles than female spouses? Tell us what you think.
Eldonna Lewis Fernandez , co author of the award winning Heart of a Military Woman which is a compilation of stories by, for and about military women, is also a contributing author in Heart of a Woman in Business, inspirational stories for women in business.
Don't forget about the Army husbands - "I'm a stay at home dad raising four beautiful children. I am the proud spouse of an Army Lieutenant Colonel. I do my best to keep up with the kids and all of their activities. I enjoy playing the bass and the occasional bass guitar building project."
Military Spouse magazine picked Jeremy Hilton as the 2012 Military Spouse of the Year -- the first male chosen since the magazine began bestowing the honor, on behalf of the nation's 1.1 million military spouses, in 2008. Jeremy got the nod for his work in advocating for military family members with disabilities, while being a stay-at-home dad to two kids: 9-year-old Katie, who has severe disabilities, and 2-year-old Jack. (DOD photo.)