Originally Posted by wildfire203
The only place that quartines pets for months is england I belive. The Sato(army travel agents) told me that when they were explaining why the army tries to make sure any flight does not go thourgh england.
That's my understanding too. I adopted a female kitten when I was stationed in Belgium. The woman who rescued her was from England and getting ready to move home and didn't want to put the kitten through the stress of being quarantined. When I was discharged and returned to the states, there was no quarantine involved. I just needed to be sure Katie was up to date on her shots and have a recent health certificate to get her through customs. I had to pay to have her shipped back to the states on the same flight as me but, at the time, it was a relatively small charge.
Not sure what you're living situation is, but if you're in military housing definitely check to be sure pets are allowed. I lived off post and had permission from my landlord to have pets, so it wasn't an issue. The vet on post was great and very reasonably priced. Good luck!