Highlights from 2023 Operation Green Light for Veterans
Counties across the country are joining Operation Green Light for Veterans to shine a light on the issues veterans face and highlight the resources available to veterans at the county, state and federal levels.
Below, explore examples of counties, state associations and partners participating in Operation Green Light for Veterans. Click on the state to explore the counties, parishes and boroughs illuminating their buildings green this week.
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Operation Green Light for Veterans
Once again this Veterans Day, NACo and the National Association of County Veterans Service Officers (NACVSO) invite the nation’s 3,069 counties, parishes, and boroughs to join Operation Green Light and show support for veterans by lighting our buildings green from November 6-12.
Every other week, NACo’s County Countdown reviews top federal policy advocacy items with an eye towards counties and the intergovernmental partnership.
Bruce Wilber's presidency of the County Veterans Service Officers Association of Wisconsin is significant for Native Americans, who have served in the military at higher rates than other ethnic groups since 9/11.
November 6-12, county buildings and landmarks will be illuminated in green for Operation Green Light, a National Association of Counties initiative shining a light on the needs of and resources available to our nation’s veterans.
Join this webinar to hear how county leaders advocated for veterans and learn how purchasing supplies from veteran-owned businesses can be part of your year-round smart buying strategy.