N.C. Department of Military & Veterans Affairs DMVA

From 2010 until his retirement from the United States Marine Corps in 2013, LtGen Gaskin served as the Deputy Chairman of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Military Committee in Brussels, Belgium, providing strategic military counsel on operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya to NATO’s Secretary General and North Atlantic Council.

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Military Bases in North Carolina DMVA

United States Coast Guard Sector North Carolina. Primary missions include Search and Rescue, Marine Safety, Ports and Waterways Coastal Security, Marine Environmental Protection, Aids to Navigation, Maritime Law Enforcement, and Recreational Boating Safety. USCG Sector has Cutter Diligence, which is a 210-foot medium endurance cutter with a

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Minutes of the 2nd Quarter Meeting of the NC …

Patricia Harris, USA Ret., Public Member Brian Pierce, NC National Guard . Bernard Cofield, Coast Guard Retired, Elizabeth City Manley James, Selective Service . BG Arnold Gordon-Bray, USA Retired, Fort Bragg Jamie Norment, ACT . Dr. Scott LaFevers, Seymour Johnson AFB Bob Coats, OSBM

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World War II MIA, U.S. Army First Lieutenant James Earl

First Lieutenant James Earl Wright was born in Parkton, NC on October 16, 1918, to parents Mami Chason Wright and Robert A. Wright. 1st Lt. Wright heroically served in the United States Army during World War II and was assigned to Company F, 2nd Battalion, 11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division and was killed in action on September 10

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Military and Veteran License Plates DMVA

Military and Veteran License Plates. To obtain certification of Section 3 on the MVR-33A application for military/veteran’s license plates the Division of Veterans Affairs requires applicants to submit a copy of their DD-214 and if applicable a VA Rating letter. No other documentation will be accepted, with the exception of a DD-1300 for the

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Employment DMVA

RDI-USA. Leadership Team: Kimberly Williams Executive Director, NC4ME CHO, City of Jacksonville. Sean Cox Director of Operations NC4ME Rebecca Sotirkys Program Manager, NC4ME N.C. Department of Commerce. Alex Skelton Outreach Manager and Program Assistant, NC4ME N.C. Department of Commerce. Alicia Mock Program Coordinator Onward to Opportunity

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2021 Annual Southeast North Carolina Veterans Day Parade

The Annual Southeast North Carolina Veterans Day Parade on November 6, 2021 in Historic Downtown Wilmington. Theme for 2021 is “Wilmington …

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Leadership DMVA

Deputy Secretary Martin Falls of The North Carolina Department of Military & Veterans Affairs. Secretary Larry D. Hall has appointed Colonel (US Army, Retired) Martin Falls as the Deputy Secretary for Veteran Affairs. Falls is a native of Hickory NC and lifelong citizen of North Carolina where he graduated high school and Lenoir Rhyne University.

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Arnold Gordon-Bray DMVA

Arnold N Gordon-Bray, Brigadier General, US Army (Retired) Brigadier General Arnold N. Gordon-Bray, USA (Ret.) Brigadier General Arnold Gordon-Bray completed over three decades of service in the United States Army where he demonstrated professional leadership skills in strategic communications, combat operations, foreign affairs and effective modernization in support of the Department of

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Gerald A. Rudisill (Rudy) DMVA

After graduating from college, I enlisted in the US Army under the College Option Program. This program required successful completion of basic and AIT training, as well as OCS. I attended OCS at Ft Knox and graduated as an Armor Second Lieutenant. After some stateside duty, I was assigned to the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment in Vietnam as a recon unit platoon leader from 67-68.

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VOTING MEMBERS PRESENT: Lt. Col. Robert Anderson, USA …

Lt. Col. Robert Anderson, USA Ret., Chairman Cindi Basenspiler, NCMAC John Matthews, NCMAC George Breece, NCMAC BG Mabry Martin, ARNGUS Ret, NCMAC Chairman EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS PRESENT: Doug Taggart, DPI Paul Friday, MCI-East Ken Beard, NCNG Kimrey Rhinehardt, UNC Sebastian Montagne, NCDOT George Millsaps, NC Community Colleges System

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Lieutenant Colonel Robert Anderson, USA Retired Mr. George Breece Camp Lejeune Representatives: Major General Bob Dickerson, USMC Retired Sergeant Major William Hatcher, USMC Retired LTG (R) Gary McKissock, USMC Retired Cherry Point Representatives: Colonel Frank Bottorff, USMC Retired Mr. Creswell Elmore Mr. Sonny Roberts

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Meeting Minutes North Carolina Committee Military Affairs

* LTC Robert Anderson, USA Retired (Fort Bragg) * Cindi Basenspiler (At-Large) II. Committee Mission / Focus: Statewide concerns for morale, welfare and well-being of active service members and their families stationed at installations throughout North Carolina III. Action Item Registry A. Restoration of …

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United States.1 North Carolina also has an active network of companies, universities, government, and economic development organizations providing products and services to support the bases, personnel, and veterans. Despite the state’s strong military presence and active innovation ecosystem, total dollars in defense contracts spent on North

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Frequently Asked Questions DMVA

Frequently Asked Questions page for the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. If you have questions about your federal or state benefits, need assistance with your claims, eligibility, or status we are here to help.

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markers furnished remain the property of the United States Government and may not be used for any purpose other than to be placed at an eligible individual's grave or in a memorial section within a cemetery. DETACH AND RETAIN THIS GENERAL INFORMATION SHEET FOR YOUR RECORDS. VA FORM DEC 2017. 40-1330. ALL PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF THIS FORM ARE OBSOLETE.

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Feedback from the Marine Corps has been that they were

Col. Jeff Sanborn, USA Retired Chairman Martin called the meeting to order to discuss the community feedback received about the draft Public Strategic Plan, and since this report is not final, to solicit commission leadership feedback as how we move forward at this point.

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LTC Robert Anderson, USA Retired Graham Wilson, Department of Commerce Col. Walter Marm, Jr., USA Retired SgtMaj William Hatcher, USMC Retired Janet Bradbury (military liaison for Sen. Burr) CDR Bill Lehmann, USCG Retired Doug Taggart, Department of Public Instruction

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June 2021 Newsletter

United States Army Celebrating. 246 Years This year on June 14, the United States Army is celebrating 246 years of defending our Nation and protecting the values and ideals we cherish as Americans and North Carolinians. To mark the occasion, NCDMVA will participate in a cake cutting ceremony

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Mr. Sonny Roberts Major General Robert Dickerson, USMC

Colonel Walter J. Marm Jr., USA Retired Members not in Attendance: Colonel Frank Bottorff, USMC Retired Others in Attendance: Brigadier General Mabry Martin – Commission Chair Major Bobby Lumsden – Military Affairs Section, Governor’s Office Sebastian Montagne, Department Military Liaison, Department of Transportation

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Edward M. Reeder DMVA

Major General Edward M. Reeder, Jr. US Army (Retired) Major General (Ret) Edward Reeder retired from the US Army on January 1, 2016, after nearly 35 years of service. General Reeder spent the last 30 years in uniform as a Special Forces Officer commanding at every level in the US Army Special Forces with eight combat tours of duty and operational experience in 35 different countries.

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