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    5 Things Every Veteran Should Do…

    1.     Get a copy of my DD214 (Release from Active Duty Service Document). If your home address upon your release from active duty service was within the State of Utah, then the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs may have a copy of your DD214 in our archive. You can send a request to receive it at 550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105 Salt Lake City, Utah 84113. To call and speak with […]

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    Utah Veterans Voice Takes a Look Back Over the Past Year

    Just in, the January issue of the Utah Veterans Voice! First off, Happy New Year to everyone!  We wish you a terrific 2016. In this issue of “The Voice”, you will find our regular items such as calendar of events, Outreach schedule, In the News, contact information and others, but we also thought it would be good to look back at 2015, kind of a Year in Review if you will, and many […]

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    State of Utah Collecting World War II Veterans’ Stories

    To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, The Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs and the Utah State History, a division of the Department of Heritage & Arts, are teaming up to collect stories of Utah’s World War II Veterans. The agencies created an online process that asks Veterans to remember where they were when the war ended (e.g. European or Pacific […]

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