MVA Public Notices & News

Vet Day LA Campaign

MVA has launched a media campaign to promote services provided by MVA's accredited Veteran Service Officers to assist veterans, National Guardsmen and military reservists throughout the County.

Success Story

Vietnam veteran Ruben Garcia served in the US Army from 4/69-3/72, and subsequently developed multiple serious medical conditions, including diabetes, Hep C, cancer and liver disease, that contributed to his death in 2013.

The Wolf Connection

Military & Veterans Affairs has partnered with The Wolf Connection--a wolf sanctuary--to provide women veterans a resilient community. For more info, call 1-877-4LA-VETS. Building Resiliency with the Wolf Connection.

New Faces of Freedom

New Faces of Freedom To commemorate the twenty-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9.11.01, the LA County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has produced a series of videos with service men, women and families from the post 9-11 military era, entitled “New Faces of Freedom.”

Pledge Vet

Pledge Vet The weekly Board of Supervisors meeting for the County of Los Angeles initiates with the Pledge of Allegiance led by the Pledge Vet of the week.

Glen Roosevelt, MVA Curator says Good Bye

Volunteer curator Glen Roosevelt takes a final walk around Bob Hope Patriotic Hall before quietly retiring. For 20 years, he’s worked behind-the-scenes to archive thousands of artifacts, including uniforms, medals, letters and photos donated by families trusting him with their prized possessions. He’s part historian and part visual artist but sees his most important role as keeping alive the stories of the nation’s fallen brave.