Divorce rates among active-duty troops continued a very slow, decade-long decline in 2018, according to Defense Department personnel data obtained by Military.com. About 3% of troops married at the start of 2018 divorced over the course of the year, according to the statistics. That is a decline of 0.1% percent compared to 2017, contributing to the slow drop over the last decade. Read more about the divorce rate on Military.com.
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