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Veterans try out Scuba at VA Salt Lake City Rec Fair.Rec Fair allows Veterans to find their new passion
From kayaking to slack lining, wheelchair fencing to quad rugby, the annual recreation fair exposed Veterans to the dozens of different recreational opportunities available to them through VA Salt Lake City Health.
Crash Horsa glider in France on D-DayUtah Veteran glided behind enemy lines on D-Day
Veteran Jack Whipple piloted a glider behind enemy lines on D-Day. Hundreds of gliders landed in the fields of France as part of the airborne mission on June 6, 1944 delivering equipment & supplies to airborne soldiers.
VA Shuttle Van pulling up to main entrance of George E. Wahlen VA Medical Center.Drive Positivity
Volunteer drivers hit the road everyday to ensure Veterans from all over the Intermountain West make it to George E Wahlen VA Medical Center. The shuttle system is free to Veterans heading to their appointments.
VA Homeless Outreach worker holds entrance to tent open as colleague interviews homeless person for PIT count.2018 Point-In-Time Count
Volunteers from VA Salt Lake City Health hit the streets to count homeless folks as part of the annual Point-In-Time Count. VA Homeless outreach staff explain how the count helps the goal of ending Veteran homelessness.
VITAL Peer Mentor Travis Murphy chats with student Veteran, Joseph Porter.VA Salt Lake City's VITAL Program
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership program or VITAL is helping Veterans succeed in higher education. The VITAL program has three goals.
Red Coat Ambassadors with leadership from George E. Wahlen Medical CenterThe Red Coats are Here
The Red Coat Ambassadors are a specially trained group of volunteers & staff who will assist Veterans, their families, and caregivers. Ambassadors will provide Veterans a good positive first impression of the hospital.
Volunteer helps Veteran look for presents."Santa's Helpers" Set Up Shop at VA Salt Lake City
The American Legion Auxiliary and VA Salt Lake City’s Voluntary Services ensure Veterans in need don't go without this Christmas.The gift shop allows a Veteran to choose free gifts for immediate family members.
Veteran, VA rec therapist, and other pose before skydiving.Rec Therapist Fills Bucket list for Dying Veteran
Sky Diving ✓, Diving ✓. Terminally-ill Veteran checks off two of his bucket list items as family watches, and it all happened because of a VA Salt Lake City Recreation Therapist
Food on shelf food pantryHoliday Help for Veterans in Need
The American Legion Auxiliary, VASLC Voluntary Services, and VA SLC Food Pantry helping Veterans in need this Holiday Season with Thanksgiving Day Meals and gifts for family members.
Veterans of MOVE! class out for a walkMOVE! Program Getting Veterans Active
The MOVE! program helps a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran getting moving again after a kidney transplant. The 16-week program can help Veterans lose weight, keep it off, and improve their overall health.

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