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The State Approving Agency (SAA) is responsible for the review, evaluation, approval, and oversight of schools and training facilities to ensure state and federal quality criteria are met for veterans
July 2017 (revised July 2019): The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services is proud to launch the Veteran Tool Kit Program. It was created to help unemployed veterans get the supplies they need to
Parades and Thunder and Cheers, Oh My! Honking horns, cheering, and terms of endearment filled the atmosphere near the Arizona State Veteran Home - Phoenix as they hosted two days of parades for their
There was joy, excitement and tears at the Arizona State Veteran Home – Tucson as they hosted a no-contact visitation event for its residents and their families. Due to COVID-19, the facility limited
On March 18, 2021, Governor Doug Ducey signed SB 1443, expanding the Arizona Military Family Relief Fund. MFRF was established in 2007 to support families of Post 9/11 service members. The fund
ADVS-AZVETS-collage-AZ-state-map-crop.jpg The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services is transitioning all Veteran Benefits Counselors (VBCs) to remote work. This change will allow VBCs to conduct
(SIERRA VISTA, Ariz.) Clear skies, a light breeze and the warmth of the sun set the scene in Sierra Vista, on Friday May 28, 2021 at the Southern Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery as U.S. Navy
(SIERRA VISTA, Ariz.) - 80 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Signalman Third Class Austin Henry Hesler will finally enter his final resting place. Hesler was 21 years old when he was killed
The wreath laying is now held annually on the second Saturday of December. December 13, 2008 was unanimously voted by the US Congress as “Wreaths Across America Day”. Wreaths Across America would not
Overview All suppliers must register in the Arizona Procurement Portal (APP) in order to be notified of and respond to solicitations, be eligible for State contracts and issuance of purchase orders