VA Photos of the Week: November 8, 2019


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VA Photos of the Week highlights the connections made between our employees and the Veterans they serve every day at VA medical centers, regional offices, and national cemeteries across the country.

This week, photographers from Arkansas, Ohio, Texas, Louisiana and Pennsylvania shared their best images with us.

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U.S. Army Veteran and longtime Dallas Cowboys fan Ron Manning talks with Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders at the Dallas VA Medical Center during their visit to the hospital. Manning said he’s been a Cowboy’s fan ever since they became Cowboys. Members of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders made a special visit to the Dallas VA Medical Center to meet and greet patients, thank doctors and show appreciation to staff. During the visit, the cheerleaders presented the Dallas VA Medical Center with a $5,000 grant provided by Gene and Jerry Jones Family Foundation to be used for cancer screenings. The funds are provided as part of the NFL Foundation’s Crucial Catch campaign, that raises awareness for early detection cancer screenings. Photo by Jennifer Roy, public affairs specialist at VA North Texas Health Care System.


A large crowd of car enthusiasts were on hand as Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System and the Arkansas Pontiac Association (APA), which hosted the 18th annual “Dad’ Ole Car Show” at the Eugene J. Towbin Medical Center. Photo via Central Arkansas VA staff.


Secretary Wilkie visited with Veterans receiving physical therapy at Baton Rouge (LA) VA South Clinic during his visit to Louisiana this week. Photo by Joshua Avist, visual information specialist at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System.


The Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) Employee Association (EA) sponsored the 3rd Annual Arts, Crafts, and/or Services Fair for all employees. The Arts & Crafts Show is a free service provided to help unite our employees through arts & crafts. The next show is in Little Rock November 15. Photo via Little Rock VA staff.


Project Healing Waters at Dayton VA.

Did you know the Dayton VA offers fly fishing for Veterans as part of its Occupational Therapy program? It’s called Project Healing Waters, and therapists say it can help Vets to physically and emotionally heal. Photo via Dayton VA staff.

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Jason Davis

Jason Davis served five years in the Army’s 101st Airborne, including two combat tours to Iraq.

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