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30 MARCH 1988 – 24 DECEMBER 2015



New Facebook Page for Veterans

Home to nearly 900,000 veterans and servicemembers—the 6th largest population in the United States — the State of Ohio recognizes veterans as a valuable, talented and skilled workforce, and is committed to increasing the number of veterans living and working in Ohio. In preparation of Hire A Veteran Month, The Ohio Means Jobs announced the launch of their new OhioMeansVeteranJobs Facebook page.

Through the Facebook page, they will share veteran events across the state, tips to help veterans transition into civilian life, and employment and training opportunities. To follow OhioMeansVeteransJobs on Facebook, simply click here, then click “Like” at the top of the Page.

Watch this short video featuring OWD’s Workforce Administrator, Ryan Thompson.


Keep up with the Latest Military News:

The Air Force Times

The Army Times

The Navy Times

The Marine Times

Stars and Stripes


Cincinnati Vet Center

Marriage/Family Counseling, PTSD Groups, Individual Counseling, Substance Abuse Aftercare

Late hour appointments available

For more information click HERE

Tristate Warbird Museum

A historic aviation museum dedicated to remembering those who fought for our freedom, and honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice

Located at 4021 Borman Dr Batavia Ohio 45103

Vietnam Veteran’s of America

Clermont County Chapter 649

Meetings Every Second Thursday of the Month 1930 hours

Union Township Civic Center

4350 Aicholtz Road

Cincinnati Ohio 45245

For a list of activities click here

MOPH Chapter 0156-OH-2

Clermont County Chapter

Meets 3rd Tuesday Monthly at 1900 hours

Union Township Civic Center (Lower Level)

4350 Aicoltz Rd

Cincinnati, Ohio 45245

DAV #63

Clermont County Chapter

Meets 1st Monday (Monthly) at 1900 hrs

Union Township Center

4350 Aicoltz Rd

Cincinnati, Ohio 45245

American Red Cross

Armed Forces Emergency Services

Both active duty and community-based military can count on the Red Cross to provide emergency communications that link them with their families back home, access to financial assistancecounseling and assistance to veterans. Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services personnel work in nearly 700 chapters in the United States, on 62 military installations around the world and with our troops in Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq.