Attending live events, such as concerts, sports, performing arts and family themed events is how many of us relax with entertainment. These experiences are especially significant to Veterans and those who serve our country in uniform.
Nov. 3 – Creating an Effective Capabilities Statement for Veteran Owned Small Businesses Nov. 4 – Veteran & Military Career Day – Northern Virginia Nov. 4 – National Veterans Small Business Week: Doing Business with the VA Nov. 4 – How Veteran-Owned Small Businesses Can Access Federal Surplus Property Nov. 4 – #VetResources Check-In: Deputy Secretary Remy – Student Veterans Nov. 4 – Veterans Career Opportunities: Employer Session CVS Health Nov. 5 – Accessing Federal Surplus Property
Federal Supply Schedule for Veteran Owned Small Businesses
Nov. 5 – Pre-Application for Veteran Owned Small Businesses Nov. 5 – Seasonal Hiring – Work from Home or in Community Nov. 5 – #VetResources Check-In: Food Insecurity and Social Determinants of Health Nov. 6 – Veterans Day Parade – Erie, Pennsylvania Nov. 6 – Veterans Day Parade – Charleston, South Carolina Nov. 6 – Women Veterans Honor Ceremony – Cobb County, Georgia Nov. 8 – Federal Supply Schedule for Veteran Owned Small Businesses Nov. 8 – Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces Creating Calmness in Times of Stress Nov. 9 – DMV Virtual Employment Extravaganza Nov. 9 – Virtual Veterans Day Ceremony Lovell Federal Health Care Center Nov. 9 – Yoga4Caregivers Nov. 9 – Veteran Get Hired Workshop Nov. 9 – Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Public Ceremony Nov. 9 – (MVCN): Caregiver Creating Calmness Workshop Nov. 10 – SBA Q&A for Veteran Business Owners
Public Can Approach Tomb, See Native American Honor Guard
For the first time in nearly 100 years, and as part of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Centennial Commemoration, the public will be able to walk on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza and lay flowers in front of the Tomb on Nov. 9 and 10, 2021.
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Acupressure is a self-care tool that you can use to help the energy in your body get “unstuck” when you are feeling sluggish or having pain or stress. In addition to acupressure, VA offers acupuncture by licensed clinicians for conditions where it can be effective.
Air Force Veteran DJ Vanas, Ottawa Native, Professional Speaker
If there is anyone who knows what it means to be a warrior, it is Air Force Veteran D.J. “Eagle Bear” Vanas. But you might be wondering, what exactly is the warrior spirit? Tribal nations, Fortune 500 companies, the military and even the White House on two occasions have hired Vanas to answer this question. This episode of Borne the Battle offers you the amazing opportunity to hear Vanas eloquently describe what exactly it means to embody the warrior spirit.
Team RWB Runners Carry Old Glory Through Tennessee
Team RWB’s Old Glory Relay, is an epic 62-day journey running, walking, and hiking the American flag from New York City, NY to Atlanta, GA. Today, the flag is moving through Elkton, TN, and will complete 2,090 total miles moved. It’s not too late to join the effort virtually or in person along the route. Learn more at teamrwb.org/ogr.
“As I think about the 2,500-mile journey this flag will travel, I’m reminded of the strength of the American spirit and I think about how impossible a journey like this would be if you were to try to take it on by yourself,” said U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. John Quintas (Ret.), Managing Director of Amazon’s Global Military Affairs.