• Public can approach Tomb, see Native American Honor Guard

    The public will be able to walk on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza and lay flowers in front of the Tomb on Nov. 9 and 10, 2021. The flower ceremony will start at 8 a.m. Nov. 9 with representatives from the Crow Nation placing flowers at the Tomb. They will recite a prayer in honor of Chief Plenty Coups, who served as a scout for the U.S. Army.

  • Honoring the first people of America and the warriors who served to protect it

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  • VA launches nationwide outreach campaign in tribal communities

    Throughout 2018, VA is launching a nationwide campaign to roll out Veteran disability enrollment claim events collaboratively with 20 tribal communities. 

  • More than 200 advocates attend White House Veterans Affairs Conference

    The conference, organized by the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, provided an opportunity to build relationships between the administration, state, local, and tribal leaders who are leading efforts to better serve Veterans.

  • VA leader’s visit New Mexico’s Taos Pueblo Tribe focuses on improving access to Veteran health care

    The information and stories shared by our Veterans across Indian country helps VA effectively serve and reach our warriors once they return home to civilian life.

  • VA to recognize tribal organizations as Veteran representatives

    This change will allow eligible tribal organizations to become accredited to provide assistance on VA benefit claims.

  • Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery: Memorializing Vets

    Georgia's new Veteran cemeteries are possible due to the Veterans Cemetery Grants Program allowing states and tribal organizations to build these cemeteries

  • VA Reaches Out to Tribal Governments

    VA is working to improve their relationships with the 565 federally recognized Native American tribes and the Veterans which come from them.

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