Summer is the most active time for US military personnel. Many active military get relocated in summer because their families are out of school. Without an active war most troops will also be coming back home and need to be assigned to a location, whether it is their current home or one elsewhere in the US.
Recently there is a benefit for spouses of active military to relocate to a college town. Military spouses get tuition paid by the Pentagon, so for some families that will undergo a military move to a college town there is a potential for spouses to go back to school and earn a degree. Many of the for-profit colleges are looking to recruit military spouses this summer as they undergo their military move. The colleges want to make money, of course, and since the spouses have their tuition paid through the Pentagon it is a win-win situation.
It is at least a benefit for spouses that may be of interest for those who are going to be closer to a college town. Florida has been one of the most active in recruiting military spouses, so it could be an idea for you should you want to go back to school or finish your degree in a local school. It could definitely be a benefit to the military move you have to undergo. Relocating can be hard on a family, especially when it happens rather often, so looking at any benefits to a move can ease the stress a little.