Thank you for your support and encouragement in promoting the health and well-being of Veterans, Servicemembers, and their families and caregivers. I’m excited to share this article  with you about the first-ever Partnerships for Veteran & Military Health virtual conference, “Inspiring a Community of Care and Connections” scheduled for April 23 – 24, 2021. […]
Welcome to the application for the 2021 New York City Veterans Day Parade! As the national vaccination process and other re-opening efforts continue to move in a positive direction, we are looking forward to hosting our traditional in-person parade in November of this year. We realize that your organization may need some time to work […]
Good morning, My name is Steve Olson, and I work as the Cybersecurity Program Representative at UNC Charlotte. I am looking for qualified applicants to consider our free, grant-funded, 1-year Cybersecurity program. Specifically, I am trying to reach out to veterans that may be interested in education opportunities that could lead to jobs in Cybersecurity, […]
After more than 11 years, the critically acclaimed documentary, Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II is finished! There will be a virtual screening (essentially a world premiere) hosted by the Kingdom of the Netherlands on Sunday March 21 – 2 – 4 pm, National Rosie the Riveter Day. For those of you […]
Memorial for RoseMarie Mikolajczyk (May 10,1934- March 8, 2021) RoseMarie Mikolajczyk, age 86, passed away after a courageous fight on March 8, 2021. She was born on May 10, 1934 in Cleveland, Ohio, to Michael and Marie Waski. RoseMarie accomplished many goals in life lifetime. She was a photo-journalist of several newspapers, bureau chief […]
ANNOUNCEMENT FEBRUARY 23, 2021 NEW NCHS REPORT: MULTIPLE CHRONIC CONDITIONS AMONG VETERANS AND NONVETERANS: UNITED STATES, 2015-2018 The VHA Office of Health Equity  (OHE) partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  National Center for Health Statistics  (NCHS) to publish a new National Health Statistics (NHSR) Report, Multiple Chronic Conditions Among […]
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In 1976, President Gerald Ford officially proclaimed February as African American History Month, to publicly honor and recognize the accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout American history. This month the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Black History Month Award Presentation 2021 awarded four African Americans one included Constance A. Burns the founding president, […]