Department of Ohio
The city of Huber Heights wants to help more veterans and active duty service members who live in the community.
That's why the city formed a Military and Veterans Commission.
Sandusky’s AMVETS post 17 honored its longest active member with a surprise party recently. H. Paul Mettert, a 70-year member of Sandusky’s AMVETS post, served in the Navy during World War II.
Nominations are open for the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame. Applications will be accepted until 1 Jue 2019.
National Veterans Memorial and Museum free to active-duty military, 4th National District Meeting and more.
Sandusky Post 17 will be hosting the AMVETS National Fourth District Meeting on 2 March.
Deborah Ashenhurst (Maj. Gen. Ret.), is the new Director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services.
Leslye Moore, National Director
Project Welcome Home Troops (PWHT) will be speaking about PWHT's Power Breath Meditation workshops.
Charles Swank is raising money to create a motorcycle to commemorate the service and sacrifice of the veterans of the Global War on Terrorism.
There are thousands of homeless people in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The National Coalition for the Homeless estimates that one in 10 are homeless veterans.