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On November 11, for the 100th time since 1919, Americans will pause and celebrate the service of millions of veterans.
Each year in December, families and local veterans gather at Georgia’s two memorial cemeteries in Milledgeville and Glennville to honor and remember the spirit of those laid to rest.
After serving 14 years as an Education and Training Coordinator, Bobby Davis was recently appointed as the new Director of Georgia’s State Approving Agency.
In a meeting held earlier this summer, the Governor-appointed Veterans Service Board selected Mike Roby of McDonough as the Commissioner of Veterans Service for an additional 4-year term.
All veterans field service offices of the Georgia Department of Veterans Service will be closed July 22-26.
Two hundred and forty-four years ago, a group of brave men came together to form a more perfect union – the United States of America.
The Clarkesville Field Service Office of the Georgia Department of Veterans Service (GDVS) recently moved to Demorest.
A two-day conference focusing on women’s health and wellness is scheduled to take place in Warner Robins, Friday and Saturday, June 7 - 8, at the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource Center on South Armed Forces Blvd (31088).
Memorial Day is a time for remembrance, reflection, and respect. It is a day dedicated to the memories of the men and women who gave their lives in service to our nation.
Since their dedications, Georgia’s veteran memorial cemeteries in Milledgeville and Glennville have held annual remembrance ceremonies in honor of Georgia’s fallen sons and daughters.