As citizens, we owe it to our nation’s service members, veterans and their families to cultivate a strong community for a lifetime of relevant and relatable support.
Join us and help to build and reinforce the veteran support ecosystem from Deployment through Transition and Community Integration with distinct significant impact each step of the way.
Troops and their families receive relevant and relatable long term support while we create opportunities for widespread community involvement with active duty military at home and abroad.
Transitioning back into civilian life is one of the greatest challenges faced by today’s military. We are uniquely positioned to help troops connect with one another and with resources to ensure successful integration.
When military and civilians want to come together in an effort to support our nation’s service members, we unite the community in a meaningful and profound way providing a lasting impact.
Everyone has the ability to make a substantive impact.
Together, we see the need and meet the need.
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OSD Impacts Over 100 Military Community Members in Spooktacular Annual Spring Lake American Legion 230 Trunk or Treat Event
FAYETTEVILLE, NC, October 31, 2017 /For immediate release/ -- OSD Central NC is no stranger to the American Legion 230 post located just outside Fort Bragg. OSD has worked closely with this Post 230 through the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in October of 2016 to...read more
The Power of a Thank You The story I can remember as a child being taught by my grandmother how to compose a thank you letter - greet the person who gave you the gift, remind the person what they gave you, tell them how you used the gift or how it was beneficial,...read more
OSD Renews Military Focused Community Partnership with NBA G League Austin Spurs through 2018-19 Season
AUSTIN, Texas, November 6, 2017 /For immediate release/ -- The NBA G League Austin Spurs and OSD have agreed to extend the current partnership for the Military Appreciation Game Night occurring each Spring through the 2018-19 season. OSD Executive Director, Glenn...read more