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Military Moving Company

United is proud to move thousands of military members and their families each year. Request a moving quote today!

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Military Moving Services

Whether it’s temporary duty or a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move, our goal is to assist military families by providing a stress-free relocation experience and tools to help keep every detail organized. United is committed to providing military families and government employees with the best service possible.

As a GSA approved carrier, we understand the intricacies involved in moving military and/or government families. Having moved more than 260,000 military members in the past decade, you can count on us to seamlessly manage every aspect of your next relocation for the military.

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Military Relocation Services

United continually strives to offer innovative solutions for a customized relocation experience for military families. With our convenient full service options, such as packing and unpacking to storage and debris removal, we can create a move plan designed for your level of moving need.

International Moving Support

With experience in more than 150 countries, United International can seamlessly manage your move for the military from start to finish. Our international moving specialists can help with everything from your initial quote and pre-move planning to customs clearance management and helping you select the transportation method for moving your belongings to another country.

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Interstate Moving Solutions

United is proud to be a national leader in cross country, long-distance moves with access to a network of movers at more than 500 locations. Federally licensed and dedicated to providing military families with a stress-free moving experience, United helps ease the burden of moving any distance, long or short.

GSA Approved Military Movers

What is GSA Approval? General Service Administration or GSA approval is the status used to describe companies that are allowed to work with the United States Government. United is a leading GSA approved carrier, which means we’re knowledgeable in GSA Guidelines.

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Military and Government Relocation FAQs

United is honored to provide moving services for military and government families. Learn more with our Moving FAQs for answers to the most common questions.

How long does it take to move?

This depends on many factors, such as the time of the month, weather conditions, size of your shipment, time required to load and unload, and the direction and distance your shipment is traveling.

With the help of United, pickup and delivery dates are scheduled according to the origins and destinations of individual shipments on the truck, as well as shipment size.

How do you determine what my move will cost?

If additional services are requested or become necessary after loading, additional charges can be incurred. Basic transportation charges depend, among other things, on the size of your shipment and the distance they will travel. The total cost will include these transportation costs, unless waived, any charges for Full-Value Protection, plus charges for any additional services performed by United as necessary or at your request.

How does your service differ from that of your competitors?

Having performed hundreds of thousands of moves for military and government families, we understand that the people and families we move want to have everything handled for them during their move, from start to finish. Our custom moving services give the people and families that we move control over the moving process while saving them time and hassle.

Can I pack my…?

For a complete list of items that cannot be shipped on a United truck, please view the restricted items list.

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