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More Than 600 People in Attendance as Michigan Celebrates its Military and Veterans

 

November 10, 2022

(from L to R, Robert Near, deputy director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency; U.S. Army Major General Paul D. Rogers, adjutant general and director of the Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs; Zaneta Adams, director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency; and Travis Snyder.)

LANSING- More than 600 people honored and celebrated Michigan service members, veterans and veteran advocates Nov. 5 at the Michigan Military & Veterans Gala held at the Lansing Center.

"We owe a debt to our fellow Michiganders who serve and have served in uniform, and during the annual Michigan Military & Veterans Gala, we honor them and their families for their selfless sacrifices for our state and nation," said Gov. Whitmer. "We also extend this honor to our military and veteran spouses and their families who sacrifice so much to support their loved ones and make a real differen...



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