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Town Hall Update on the New State Veterans Home
The Nevada Department of Veteran Services will hold a Town Hall on July 31st to update the public on the construction timeline, as well as introduce the management company that will be managing the new home.  Tthe eligibility criteria and the date of the ribbon- cutting ceremony for the new home will also be covered. Get any questions about the new facilities answer.  Learn more

Calling all Women Vets Who Would Like to be a Model
This fall, Veterans Guest House will be hosting its annual Boots Meet Fashion - Fashion Meets Fun Champagne Luncheon & Fashion Show on October 4th. They will be maintaining the wonderful tradition that the models are women who are serving or have served our country. Applications need to be submitted by July 15th. Learn more.

Soldier Health and Readiness Pose Challenges
The Army has made great progress in improving soldier health and readiness, but 17 percent of the force is considered obese, 14 percent has been diagnosed with a sleep disorder and 24 percent has a behavioral health disorder.Clearly, there is room for continued improvement, panelists said during a discussion about the health of the force during the Army Medical Symposium and Exposition hosted in San Antonio by the Association of the U.S. Army’s Institute of Land Warfare. Read more on our Facebook page.

Army Perfects Lasers and Satellites

The recent Space and the Network Symposium hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army’s Greater Los Angeles Chapter in Huntington Beach, Calif., provided attendees with an expanded perspective into those increasingly dynamic of how the Army uses space to expand support to warfighters included two programs underway at U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command.  Read more on our Facebook page.

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