These articles are provided to help currently serving, separated, and retired service members with information concerning crucial events including: veteran health alerts and national or regional disaster preparedness and recovery.
Yes! We’re Looking for a U.S. NCVA member to volunteer her or his service as a Web Co-Administrator
I’m an Olde DIRSUP Guy, so I define this search in terms I understand: Direct Support – See below…
I don’t know about you, but EVERY command at which I served had an “Emergency Action Plan” that was part of the command instructions for everyone. It told you where to go, what to do, and addressed various emergency situations that you might encounter at the command.
“We all feel for those impacted by Hurricane Ian. The images and stories of the devastation are sobering and heart wrenching. Many of us likely have family or friends staying with them due to hurricane or flood damage to their homes. And we expect many are awaiting word if they will be able to salvage some of their personal belongings or rebuild their homes. Below is a list of agencies which can provide help in these trying days ahead.”
US NCVA Board of Directors
Here is the bottom line with the PACT Act: Anyone stationed on Guam from January 9, 1962 through July 31, 1980 is now considered to have been exposed to Agent Orange.