Yes, you can file for spousal support. You can also contact his commanding officer about his lack of support and the situation regarding the car and he may be directed to cooperate.
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Counsel makes a very good point about contacting your husband's commanding officer and informing him that your husband has left you with no support and facing great difficulties because of how he has cut you off. The commanding officer has great authority and power, and he just might be able to do something. If you file for divorce, you can ask for support through the court, and when the court issues support orders the military will make sure he obeys the court orders. I wish you the best.
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