Raleigh, NC- A new report released by the North Carolina’s Division of Veterans Affairs (NCDVA) shows a 70% growth in State Veteran Service locations and a 1$ billion increase in compensation awards to North Carolina Veterans since 2013. Additionally, the report reflects Governo
This week marks 25 years since the United States, as part of a 34-nation coalition, drove Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi army out of Kuwait, returning that nation’s sovereignty and reshaping the U.S. military to the force it is today.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement in remembrance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The 74th anniversary of the attack is tomorrow, Dec. 7.
The North Carolina Veterans Affairs Commission will hold a telephone conference meeting on Dec. 8, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to make a final determination regarding periodic review and expiration of existing rules pursuant to Session Law 2013-413.
Governor Pat McCrory celebrated the selection of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base as the location for the first Reserve-led KC-46A Pegasus Air Refueling Squadron.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina has received a $200,000 grant that will expand truck driver training courses to Camp Lejeune Marines and their spouses
Governor Pat McCrory hosted active duty, reserve and guard members' and their families at the Governor's Western Residence on Saturday to celebrate Military Family Appreciation Day. The event included lunch, live music performances, professional family photos and various activities for kids.
During a ceremony at the State Capitol, Military Affairs Advisor Cornell Wilson presented a proclamation on behalf of Governor Pat McCrory proclaiming September 12, 2015 as Tunnel to Towers Day in North Carolina.
Governor McCrory issued the following statement after learning that a U.S. Marine died during a training exercise at Camp Lejeune.