Use the following resources for additional information and assistance in matters related to style and formatting Military Community and Family Policy content.

  • The Associated Press Stylebook provides guidelines on editorial style and publishing practices that this style guide does not cover. The MC&FP Style Guide supersedes the AP Stylebook when there are differences between the two.
  • Webster’s New World College Dictionary addresses spelling, usage and capitalization guidance that this guide does not define or address.
  • The Defense Technical Information Center Style Guide provides guidance for developers of Defense Department policy documents including directives, instructions and manuals.
  • MilLife Learning is a web-based training site that provides self-directed, user-focused courses on quality of life topics for military families as well as useful information for the service providers who support them. It's accessible 24/7, anywhere with an internet connection. Visit MilLife Learning to view the latest course offerings, including the MC&FP Style Guide training course.
  • The three-course Creating Accessibility Series helps third-party content creators and MC&FP staff learn how to produce Section 508-accessible PDFs, PowerPoints and videos.