Amvets Post 14 Inc

Amvets Post 14 Inc
Amvets Post 14 Inc is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in Xenia, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Amvets Post 14 Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amvets Post 14 Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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276 Dayton Ave
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 376-2442
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New AMVETS Post Launched In Oyster Bay #VeteransServingVeterans…

Nowhere to hide: Trump to Sign EO Creating Office to Identify VA Employees to Fire |…

AMVETS Joe Chenelly didn't mince words when it came to our organizations support of the #VA to improve it's performance.

RT @AMVETSCareerCen: AT&T Public Sector Solutions Open House Job Fair - May 02, 2017 | TECHEXPOUSA…

Power of Coffee: How you helped @Starbucks hire 10,000 #veterans and military spouses ☕…

Nominate a veteran employer for AMVETS ‘Employer of the Year” #HireA…

CORRECTION: This article incorrectly referred to Coffee as a Ranger in the headline. He works for 6th Ranger Training Battalion in the waterborne operations section, but is not a Ranger himself. Still pretty cool.
Glen Coffee is trying to make a comeback.

It's like shark tank, but for VA Medical Centers to identify and spread health care innovations and best practices across VA.
Via the Dept. of Veteran Affairs For the first time, AMVETS is partnering with the …

'REACH VET employs an advanced predictive analytics tool that analyzes data from health records to identify veterans who, according to the VA, are “at a statistically elevated risk for suicide, hospitalization, illness, or other adverse outcomes.”'
The VA has just starting using predictive analytics to identify veterans who are at risk of committing suicide, and claims it’s already having an impact.

Yesterday marked the anniversary of the death of Arizona Cardinal and Army Ranger Pat Tillman. Eight months after the 9/11 attack, Pat enlisted. This drew speculation from many that his enlistment was simply a publicity stunt. However Pat and his brother, a Major League Baseball player, put those assumptions to rest when they earned their Ranger tabs and deployed soon after to Afghanistan. R.I.P. Pat.
Having been selected in the 1998 NFL draft by the Arizona Cardinals, Pat Tillman was three years into a lucrative career in pro football when the 9/11 attack...