In a fast‐changing world, ADC's mission remains the same – supporting the military and our military families. We can’t gather in D.C., but we can bring D.C. to you. Introducing the Summit Series, a new way to engage with defense leaders and network with ADC’s community: Five topics. Five weeks. One Community.
On October 9, 3pm (EST), attend this pop-up How States and Communities Can Be More "Military Friendly." Over the past few years, states and communities have placed a greater emphasis on improving the quality of life for veterans, service members and military families. The opportunities span across the realm of taxation, education, advocacy and assistance, monetary benefits, and employment. When looked at in total, these programs help determine how "military friendly" a state or community is towards its constituents. Many states claim to be the most military friendly, but often the evidence is lacking. Important in the discussion is the implications of the Services tying some of these "military friendly" factors to basing decisions for future missions. This panel will explore perspectives from the national and state levels and offer some analytical solutions to help states and communities close the gap between where they are and where they want to be with respect to military friendliness.
Register here for free (military, DoD and other Federal staff only).
Learn more here: adcsummit.org