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New office of Virginia Department of Veterans Services (VDVS) now open at The Pentagon

Governor Terry McAuliffe Jan. 9 cut the ribbon for the new Virginia Department of Veterans Services (VDVS) office at The Pentagon in Arlington.  This new office will serve the thousands of veterans and transitioning servicemen and women and their families who work in the headquarters of the US Department of Defense. The new VDVS Pentagon location marks the 30th office location in the state.

“Making Virginia the most veteran-friendly state in the nation has been one of the most important accomplishments of this administration, and today’s announcement builds on that important work,” said Governor McAuliffe. “Virginia is home to the fourth largest military and veteran population in the nation and many of these men and women work every day in the Pentagon. Now, these military service members and veterans will have easy access to a VDVS office to assist them in receiving the federal and state benefits they have earned serving our country.

“Additionally, I am pleased to announce another momentous goal for our veterans has been reached – over 30,000 veterans have been hired through our Virginia Values Veterans (V3) program since its inception five years ago. These veterans are now part of our civilian workforce and making great contributions to our state economy.”

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