2017 Class of the Florida Veterans’ Hall of Fame
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With more than 1.5 million veterans, Florida is the most veteran-friendly state in the nation. The Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs is the premier point of entry for Florida veterans to access earned services, benefits and support. Thank you for your service. We honor you.
To honor Florida’s more than 1.5 million veterans, the Governor of Florida created an executive resolution to thank veterans and Florida’s military for their service. More information on 2017 GVSA ceremonies can be found here.
The Sunshine State is home to the third largest population of women veterans in the nation, with more than 154,000. Many women veterans don’t know that they are eligible for federal and state benefits, which include special programs for them. READ MORE »
Florida is home to more than 496,000 Vietnam-era veterans, so it is very likely that one in four veterans you meet in the Sunshine State is a Vietnam veteran. On behalf of a grateful nation, thank you for your service. READ MORE »
More than 173,000 veterans from Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom claim the Sunshine State as their home of record. Florida offers many benefits and services for returning veterans and their families. Welcome home! READ MORE »
We’re hiring CNAs, LPNs, RNs and Heath Care Professionals for FDVA State Veterans’ Homes. Learn more about joining our team of dedicated professionals. READ MORE »
Veterans Florida is a non-profit corporation created by the State of Florida to attract and retain veterans and their families by connecting them to employment, training and educational opportunities, and strengthen Florida businesses by educating them on the value and skillsets veterans bring to the workforce. READ MORE »
Established by the Florida Legislature, the Florida Veterans Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Direct Support Organization of the FDVA. Tax deductible contributions help to fulfill our mission to provide assistance to Florida’s veterans and their families. Donate today. READ MORE »