NC Department of Military & Veterans Affairs





Secretary Larry D. Hall

Larry D. Hall is currently serving as the Secretary for the North Carolina Department of Military & Veterans Affairs.  Secretary Hall represented Durham County, North Carolina’s 29th District in the House of Representatives, since 2006 and he led House Democrats since 2012.  Born and raised in his district and a student of public schools, Secretary Hall earned a B.S. with Honors in Political Science and Business from Johnson C. Smith University and a J.D. from the School of Law at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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87,000NC veteran owned businesses 2014 - SBA reported 11% of small businesses are Veteran owned
6thin the nation with 84,073 women veterans
$66 billionEconomic impact Includes Military, Veterans, NC National Guard


The North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs will focus on protecting North Carolina’s military installations, working with the communities around military bases, helping military families and veterans get the support and services they need, and helping connect veterans with jobs.
For Active Military and Veterans, the state has approved in-state tuition for Veterans, Veterans driver’s licenses/IDs, Veterans treatment courts, and providing transferable credit for military experience like driving vehicles or serving in the military police force. Our newly created Department is a way to build on this progress.