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Jason T. StricklandBehind Friendly Lines: Future of VA Health Care
The future of Veterans Affairs health care across Colorado — and the nation, for that matter — is in the hands of the independent Asset and Infrastructure Review (AIR) Commission. What does this mean for Colorado?
Ryan Garza on a snowboardFrom Afghanistan to Aspen
For USMC Veteran and amputee Ryan Garza, the National Disabled Veteran’s Winter Sports Clinic was another step toward regaining his life - and he is thrilled to be snowboarding
Gayle-Jayne Allyson wearing a helmet for bi-skiing.Veteran learns to bi-ski after leg, hip amputation
Gayle-Jayne Allyson is not only unstoppable, but unmistakable. The Army and Coast Guard Veteran learned to bi-ski after leg and hip amputation for her second trip to the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic.
A group of people at opening ceremonyBack on the mountain after three years
For the first time in three years the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, co-hosted by Disabled American Veterans and Department of Veterans Affairs, will be once again held in Snowmass, Colorado.
A ski program director talks with staff and volunteersNational Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic
The transformation begins at Snowmass, Colorado where 141 disabled Veterans stare down the mountains and go for it. There are no limits, no expectations, no failures. Only inspiration, courage and determination.
Jason T. StricklandBehind Friendly Lines: Insights for Veterans
There are more than 367,000 veterans in Colorado according to the U.S. Census Bureau, yet less than half of them use VA health care. Are you one of them? Allow me to share an example from my family.
Jason T. StricklandBehind Friendly Lines: Insights for Veterans
As a veteran, do you ever wish you could learn more about VA and the benefits and services which may be available to you and your family? If so, we hope to help you better navigate VA with this new monthly column.
Ken Potts, in Navy in 1941 and in 2021USS Arizona survivor recalls "date of infamy"
Eighty years later, USS Arizona survivor, Ken Potts can still hear the sirens wailing from Battleship Row. The sounds are what he remembers most from that day. That, and the fires.
Miles City, Montana VA clinicVISN 19 enrollment climbing for eligible Veterans
Enrollment in VA health care for eligible Veterans in the VA Rocky Mountain Network (VISN19) is more than 67 percent. The VA also announced new locations for clinics in Enid, Oklahoma and Miles City, Montana.
Directors of VISN 19 reflect on the Pandemic and its effects on employees, veterans, and themselves.Learning from the Past, Positioning for the Future
Directors of VISN 19 reflect on the Pandemic and its effects on employees, veterans, and themselves. This video was created by the VISN 19 Office of Communications working out of Salt Lake City.

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