As citizens, we owe it to our nation’s service members, veterans and their families to cultivate a strong community for a lifetime of relevant and relatable support.
Join us and help to build and reinforce the veteran support ecosystem from Deployment through Transition and Community Integration with distinct significant impact each step of the way.
Troops and their families receive relevant and relatable long term support while we create opportunities for widespread community involvement with active duty military at home and abroad.
Transitioning back into civilian life is one of the greatest challenges faced by today’s military. We are uniquely positioned to help troops connect with one another and with resources to ensure successful integration.
When military and civilians want to come together in an effort to support our nation’s service members, we unite the community in a meaningful and profound way providing a lasting impact.
Everyone has the ability to make a substantive impact.
Together, we see the need and meet the need.
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JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA & AUSTIN, TEXAS (July 4, 2018) /For immediate release/ — Operating in an austere environment, Marines deployed to Afghanistan from Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, have little mental release between missions. ...read more
GWACs, IDIQs, T&M – oh my! To a new business owner, these acronyms look like alphabet soup. To government entities, they look like work. But to a veteran business owner competing for a government contract, “GWAC, IDIQ, and T&M” look like opportunity. To start...read more
Returning home after being injured while serving in the U.S. Army in 1985, Paul Morrow began a career in air conditioning and refrigeration repair. To capitalize on the growing need for professional HVAC services in the Homestead residential market, Paul launched...read more
KILLEEN, Texas & AUSTIN, TEXAS (JUNE 22, 2018) /For immediate release/ — The 3D Cavalry Brave Rifles are no strangers to OSD, unofficially adopted by CEO Glenn Banton in 2015 ahead of a deployment, this is a third such effort. The soldiers are deployed around Iraq...read more
By Jon Cawley, ODU News A state grant is helping an Iraqi student studying for a Ph.D. at Old Dominion University assist the Bold Mariner Brewing Company to enter the export market of the United Arab Emirates and other Middle Eastern countries with a growing demand...read more
by Ann Green, OSD Staff Writer Staff Sergeant Trent Maner believes people should never be comfortable with “just good enough.” This philosophy has served him well in his service to his country and his work for OSD and the youth of Greater Chicago. During his...read more