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GDVS veterans field service offices are open for appointments. Veterans should call or email their local office to schedule an appointment.
Field offices in VA medical facilities are not open for in-person visits.
It is with great pleasure that Augusta University and the Georgia Department of Veterans Service announces Mr. Carlton Deese has been selected for the position of Executive Director for Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home upon Mr. Charles Esposito’s retirement in October. Deese has supported Mr.
Marine Corps veteran Thomas Mash of Lawrenceville was recently sworn-in to a seven-year term on the State Veterans Service Board by Governor Nathan Deal at a ceremony held at the State Capitol.
Annual training for the Georgia Department of Veterans Service concluded with outstanding test results.
GDVS veterans field service officers spent a week participating in annual training with classes led by senior department personnel.
The Georgia Department of Veterans Service has been awarded a grant of $2,436,388 by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the expansion of the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Milledgeville, Georgia.
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.
When the Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center opens Tuesday in Warner Robins it will offer area veterans a variety of services, including access to the Georgia Department of Veterans Service.
Since last Memorial Day, these Georgians gave their lives in service to our nation:
Effective March 1, hours of operation at Georgia Department of Veterans Service offices will change.
These comments and observations come from a member of the United States Armed Forces who served in Vietnam from 1969-1970.
The idea for taking veterans benefits information “to the people” originated in late 1965 when it became apparent that many veterans, widows, widowers, and family members in the Columbus area who needed information on VA benefits were unaware of what benefits were available.