This past Friday, February 10, 2017, the United States lost another one of our heroes. U.S. Army Lieutenant General (Retired) Harold G. “Hal” Moore passed-away in his sleep at his home in Auburn, Alabama.
GDVS offices in northern Georgia will close at 2 p.m. today ahead of expected severe winter weather.
Governor Deal has declared a state of emergency for 78 counties through January 8:
Every year, organizers across Georgia -- municipalities, veterans service organizations, private businesses, and others -- host Veterans Day events honoring our state's heroes.
GDVS offices in coastal Georgia are now closed as Hurricane Matthew approaches.
Governor Deal has expanded the state of emergency to include 17 additional counties and is enouraging voluntary evacuation in coastal areas.
Ahead of Hurricane Matthew, Governor Deal has declared a state of emergency for coastal Georgia counties.
The decision last week by ITT Technical Educational Services, Inc. to shut down operations has unique ramifications for students who enrolled using veterans educational benefits.
The Georgia Department of Veterans Service will offer tribute to the state’s former Prisoners of War and those still Missing in Action during an event to be held at 11 a
Happy Labor Day weekend!
This is just a quick reminder that our offices will be closed on Monday, September 5. Labor Day is set aside in appreciation of all the workers in America.
Governor Deal has declared a state of emergency for 56 counties from noon Thursday, Sept. 1, through midnight Saturday, Sept. 3.
The Warner Robins Veterans Field Service Office will close Friday, July 29, and reopen at a new location Tuesday, Aug. 2.