DoD's Transition Assistance Program

705 is the Department of Defense’s official website providing information for servicemembers on transitioning from military service. This site is also supported by the Departments of Labor and Veterans Affairs. is intended to supplement the services offered by the Transition Assistance Offices and other groups.

The DoD Transition Assistance Program (TAP) was developed to assist in the transitioning of military personnel and family members leaving the service. Returning to civilian life is an exciting time, but is also a complex undertaking. There are many steps to take, with questions to be answered. The DoD Transition Assistance Program is here to help. TAP services are provided on major military installations by Transition Assistance Offices. For Army installations, services are provided by ACAP Centers. On Navy and Marine Corp installations, the transition assistance office is typically located at the Family Support Service Center. Air Force TAP services are provided through the Airmen and Family Readiness Flight centers. Coast Guard TAP services are offered through the Work-Life offices. Use our search engine to locate the transition assistance office near you.



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