Registration is now open for this virtual event planned for June 11, 2022. This event will bring together various subject matter experts to discuss important topics related to women veterans.
You can register below or scan the QR code.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Women Veterans wants to hear from women who have served in the military. The following questions are designed to help VA gain a basic understanding of why women Veterans may not be using the VA and what VA can do to help change that. By answering the following questions, you directly help us improve VA services.
Click below to complete the survey. It should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Save the date now for the next Women Veterans Summit to be held on June 11, 2022.
A special thank you to Jessica Lynch for joining us during the 2021 Veterans Summit. During the session, Jessica shared her story of resiliency and perseverance.
Jessica Lynch is a former Private First Class (PFC) in the United States Army and a former Prisoner of War (POW). The video is now available.
Department of Veterans Affairs - The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has the potential to increase stress and anxiety, both because of the fear of catching the virus and because of uncertainty about how it will affect us. The Department of Veterans Affairs offers some tips for reducing stress during this time.
The Nisei Veterans Legacy (NVL) is proud to bring you a 30 minute video of the 15th Annual Nisei Veterans Memorial Service (formerly called the Joint Memorial Service). For the past 14 years the Service has been held at Punchbowl Cemetery (National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific). However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Punchbowl Cemetery was closed for ceremonies. Not to be deterred in honoring our Nisei Veterans, the NVL has re-invented the memorial service as the video presented here.
Daniel K. Inouye served during World War II in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Italy. After the war, he became a lawyer and was active in Hawaiian politics, becoming the state’s first representative to the House and then a U.S. senator.
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