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Emergency, Call Veterans Crisis Line


Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 Press 1

Please reach out, we are here to help.

If you do not have access to a computer and need help, please call 520-955-1972 for assistance.

No Veteran should be Homeless https://www.va.gov/homeless/ 

First, you will need your military records, we can help you locate your information. 

Your request must contain certain basic information for us to locate your service records. This information includes:

· The veteran's complete name used while in service

· Service number

· Social Security number

· Branch of service

· Dates of service

· Date and place of birth (especially if the service number is not known).

· If you suspect your records may have been involved in the 1973 fire, also include:

o Place of discharge

o Last unit of assignment

o Place of entry into the service, if known.

· All requests must be signed and dated by the veteran or next-of-kin.

· If you are the next of kin of a deceased veteran, you must provide proof of death of the veteran such as a copy of death certificate, letter from funeral home, or published obituary.

Veterans Administration locations https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/home.asp

How to request your military records https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records 

Official Military Personnel File (OMPF): https://vetrecs.archives.gov/VeteranRequest/home.html

Veterans Administration locations https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/home.asp 

Veterans Administration Benefits

Homeless Veterans The first thing you want to do is reach out to the Veterans Administration. https://www.va.gov/HOMELESS/HUD-VASH.asp

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) Program

HUD-VASH is a collaborative program between HUD and VA combines HUD housing vouchers with VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless, and their families find and sustain permanent housing.

Through public housing authorities, HUD provides rental assistance vouchers for privately owned housing to Veterans who are eligible for VA health care services and are experiencing homelessness. VA case managers may connect these Veterans with support services such as health care, mental health treatment and substance use counseling to help them in their recovery process and with their ability to maintain housing in the community. Among VA homeless continuum of care programs, HUD-VASH enrolls the largest number and largest percentage of Veterans who have experienced long-term or repeated homelessness. At the end of FY 2018, there were 85,509 Veterans with active HUD-VASH vouchers and 78,234 Veterans in housing with a HUD-VASH voucher.

HUD-VASH Eligibility Criteria

Veterans who are appropriate for this program must be VA health care eligible Veterans. VA eligibility makes this determination.

Veterans must also meet the definition of homelessness defined in The McKinney Homeless Assistance Act as amended by S. 896 The Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing (HEARTH) Act of 2009. HUD-VASH prioritizes the chronically homeless


Apply for benefits https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/apply 


News and updated on Veteran Affairs https://www.va.gov/opa/videos/

How to request your military records https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records 

Official Military Personnel File (OMPF): https://vetrecs.archives.gov/VeteranRequest/home.html

Medical Records: https://vetrecs.archives.gov/VeteranRequest/home.html 

Burial Emergency Requests https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/emergencies 

Access to Official Military Personnel Files (OMPF)for the General Public


Response Time and Checking the Status of a Request:

Response time varies and is dependent upon the complexity of your request, the availability of records and our workload. Please do not send a follow-up request before 90 days have elapsed, as it may cause further delays. While the NPRC works actively to respond to each request in a timely fashion, the Center receives approximately 4,000 - 5,000 requests per day. We are responding to requests for separation documents within 10 days about 92% of the time. However, requests that involve reconstruction efforts due to the 1973 Fire, or older records which require extensive search efforts, may take 6 months or more to complete.

Checking the Status of Your Request: Once you have allowed sufficient time for us to receive and process your request (about 10 days), you may check the status of your request by using the Online Status Update Request form. https://www.archives.gov/forms/st-l  Medical request update request form https://www.archives.gov/forms/st-louis/clinical-followup.htmlouis/mpr-followup.html 

Special Note on Calling by Phone: If you have already submitted a request and need to know its status you may speak to a Customer Service Representative. Staff is available to take your call as early as 7:00 am CST and as late as 5:00 pm CST. Our peak calling times are weekdays between 10:00 am CST and 3:00 pm CST:

Telephone: 314-801-0800
Telephone (Toll Free) 1-866-272-6272

Arizona Veterans Administration #’s

  1. Veterans Affairs Administration

· Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services - Tucson Regional Office 1661 N Swan Rd #128, Tucson, AZ 85712 (520) 207-4960

· US Veterans Readjustment 2525 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716 (520) 882-0333

· Veteran's Affairs Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy 3675 E Britannia Dr, Tucson, AZ 85706 (520) 209-3000

· Veteran's Hospital 3601 S 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85723 (520) 792-1450 

· Veteran Affairs Health care System 3601 S 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85723 (520) 792-1450

· VA Medical Center-Tucson: Capurro Claudia C MD  3601 S 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85723 (520) 792-1450

· Southern Arizona VA Health Care System 601 S 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85723 (520) 792-1450

· Arizona State Veteran Home – Tucson 555 E Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85723 (520) 638-2150

Veteran Health Care

Find out how to apply for VA health care benefits as a Veteran or service member.

First of all, find our if you qualify. https://www.va.gov/health-care/eligibility/ 

If you qualify for VA health care, you’ll receive coverage for the services you need to help you get—and stay—healthy. 

What care and services does VA health care cover?

Each Veteran’s medical benefits package is unique. Yours will include care and services to help:

Treat illnesses and injuries

Prevent future health problems

Improve your ability to function

Enhance your quality of life

All Veterans receive coverage for most care and services, but only some will qualify for added benefits like dental care. The full list of your covered benefits depends on:

Your priority group, and

The advice of your VA primary care provider (your main doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant), and

The medical standards for treating any health conditions you may have

Learn more about priority groups.

You should also know that being signed up for VA health care meets your Affordable Care Act (ACA) health coverage requirement of having “minimum essential health coverage.” We’ll update this site if the ACA changes with new laws. 

Learn more about the ACA, VA, and you. https://www.va.gov/health-care/about-va-health-benefits/ 

What if I’m just separating from active duty and don’t know where to start?

We can help you learn about and apply for VA health care benefits. A member of our Concierge for Care (C4C) team will call you soon after your separation from military service. We can answer any questions you may have, process your application over the phone, and help you schedule your first VA medical appointment. 

Learn about transitioning from TRICARE to VA health care.

You can find more information about transitioning here. https://www.va.gov/HEALTHBENEFITS/apply/active_duty.asp 

Can I get VA health care benefits?

You may be able to get VA health care benefits if you served in the active military, naval, or air service and didn’t receive a dishonorable discharge.

If you enlisted after September 7, 1980, or entered active duty after October 16, 1981, you must have served 24 continuous months or the full period for which you were called to active duty, unless any of the descriptions below are true for you.

This minimum duty requirement may not apply if any of these are true. You:

Were discharged for a disability that was caused—or made worse—by your active-duty service, or

Were discharged for a hardship or “early out,” or

Served prior to September 7, 1980

If you’re a current or former member of the Reserves or National Guard, you must have been called to active duty by a federal order and completed the full period for which you were called or ordered to active duty. If you had or have active-duty status for training purposes only, you don’t qualify for VA health care.

What should I do if I received an other than honorable, bad conduct, or dishonorable discharge?

If you’ve received one of these discharge statuses, you may not be eligible for VA benefits.

There are ways you can try to qualify:

1.  https://www.va.gov/discharge-upgrade-instructions/  

Apply for Health Care Benefits https://www.va.gov/health-care/apply/application/introduction 

These are things that could get your qualified.

Is there anything that will make me more likely to get these benefits?

Yes. You may qualify for enhanced eligibility status (meaning you’ll be placed in a higher priority group, which makes you more likely to get benefits) if you meet at least one of the requirements listed below.

At least one of these must be true. You:

Receive financial compensation (payments) from VA for a service-connected disability

Were discharged for a disability resulting from something that happened to you in the line of duty

Were discharged for a disability that got worse in the line of duty

Are a recently discharged combat Veteran

Get a VA pension

Are a former Prisoner of War (POW)

Have received a Purple Heart

Have received a Medal of Honor

Get (or qualify for) Medicaid benefits

Served in Vietnam between January 9, 1962, and May 7, 1975

Served in Southwest Asia during the Gulf War between August 2, 1990, and November 11, 1998

Served at least 30 days at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987

If none of the above apply to you, you may still qualify for care based on your income. Learn more about how the amount of money your family makes can affect whether you qualify for VA benefits.

If you need help filing, there is help for you. 

What if I need help filling out my application?

You can get help in any of these ways:

Call our toll-free hotline at 1-877-222-VETS (1-877-222-8387), Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (ET). Request a representative for VA claims 

Get help from an accredited representative (a trained professional trusted to help with VA-related claims). https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/about/feature?feature=request-vso-representative&_ga=2.67027050.512862888.1552940446-1493362780.1552940446 

If you do not qualify for VA health care you could still receive some benefits, like PTSD or military sexual trauma https://www.va.gov/health-care/health-needs-conditions/mental-health/ptsd/#no-benefits 


If you’re a Veteran who has experienced MST, you can get help through VA. You don’t need to have a service-connected disability rating, and you may be able to get MST-related care even if you don’t qualify for other VA services. You also don’t need to have reported the MST or have other proof that it happened.

Here’s how to access VA services for MST:

If you have a VA primary care provider, talk to that professional about what you’ve been through. All our primary care providers are trained in MST and can help you figure out if you have related issues, like PTSD or depression. Your provider will offer treatment and support as needed.

If you don’t have a VA primary care provider, call your nearest VA medical center and ask to speak to the MST coordinator. You should feel free to ask for a provider of a specific gender if that makes you feel more comfortable.

Find a Location Near You https://www.va.gov/find-locations/ 

If you’d prefer to receive MST-related care outside of a medical setting, get free confidential counseling, alcohol and drug assessment, and other support at one of our 300 community Vet Centers.

Find a Vet Center near you.

If you’re homeless or at risk of becoming homeless:

Contact the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at 1-877-4AID-VET (1-877-424-3838) for help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A trained VA counselor will offer information about VA homeless programs, health care, and other services in your area. The call is free and confidential.

Visit our website to learn about VA programs for Veterans who are homeless.

Learn about our homelessness programs.

Call or visit your local VA Community Resource and Referral Center. Even if you don’t qualify for VA health care, our staff can help you find non-VA resources you may qualify for in your community. 

Find your local Community Resource and Referral Center.

You can also call the VA general information hotline at 1-800-827-1000, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (ET).

Find Your State https://www.va.gov/statedva.htm 

Watch a video about MST, its effects on survivors, and VA services available to Veterans who’ve experienced MST. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9snig5gZfk 

Access more fact sheets, articles, and resources, and learn more about our programs and services https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/mentalhealth/msthome/index.asp 

Go to the Department of Defense (DoD) Safe Helpline website, a crisis support service for members of the DOD community affected by sexual assault. When you contact the Safe Helpline, you can remain anonymous (meaning you don’t have to give your name). You can get 1-on-1 advice, support, and information 24/7—by phone, text, or online chat. You can also connect with a sexual assault response coordinator near your base or installation. https://www.safehelpline.org/

Do you need to speak with someone now? How do I talk to someone right now?

Find out how to get support anytime day or night.

If you're a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified Veterans Crisis Line responders for confidential help. Many of them are Veterans themselves. This service is private, free, and available 24/7.

To connect with a Veterans Crisis Line responder anytime day or night:

Call 1-800-273-8255, then press 1.

Start a confidential Veterans Chat.

Text 838255.

If you have hearing loss, call TTY: 1-800-799-4889.

You can also:

Call 911.

Go to the nearest emergency room.

Go directly to your nearest VA medical center. It doesn't matter what your discharge status is or if you're enrolled in VA health care.

Find your nearest VA medical center. https://www.va.gov/find-locations/ 

Veteran Community Help https://www.va.gov/communitycare/site_redirect.asp https://www.va.gov/communitycare/ 

Are you a Care Giver? https://www.va.gov/COMMUNITYCARE/programs/caregiver/index.asp 

Information for Caregivers

The VHA Office of Community Care (VHA OCC) is responsible for the administration of Primary Family Caregiver benefits which includes calculating and processing the stipend payment for eligible Primary Family Caregivers. Stipend payments are based on a tier-level rating that is determined by the Veteran's Patient Aligned Care Team and facilitated by the Caregiver Support Coordinator.

We are also responsible for enrolling the eligible Primary Family Caregiver into the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) when there is no other health insurance (OHI) coverage, to include TRICARE, Medicare, Medicaid, commercial health plans through employment and individual plans.

VHA Office of Community Care is responsible for processing health care claims for eligible Primary Family Caregivers under CHAMPVA, processing reconsiderations, and providing customer service support to Primary Family Caregivers for questions related to stipend payment and CHAMPVA benefits.

Application https://www.va.gov/healthbenefits/resources/caregiver_eligibility_check.asp 


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Pantano Christion Church  1755 S Houghton Rd, Tucson, AZ 85748 (520) 298-5395 https://pantano.church/ 

ARC Rehab Center 

· (America's Rehab Campuses) 6944 E Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85715 (833) 272-7342 

CBI Rehab 

· CBI  2950 N Dodge Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716 Phone: (520) 617-5500

· Community Bridges 250 S Toole Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701 Hours:  Open 24 hours (520) 617-5500

· Community Bridges 2700 S 8th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85713 (520) 323-1312 

Tucson Arizona Veteran Mental Health

· CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness – Administration 1650 E Fort Lowell Rd #202, Tucson, AZ 85719 Phone: (520) 327-4505

· COPE Community Services, Inc. 3332 N Los Altos Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705 (520) 888-6332

· COPE Community Services 8050 E Lakeside Pkwy, Tucson, AZ 85730 (520) 584-5820

· Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital 6050 N Corona Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704 (520) 214-0211

· Veteran Affairs Health care System 3601 S 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85723 (520) 792-1450

· VA Southeast Tucson Clinic 7395 S Houghton Rd, Tucson, AZ 85747 (520) 664-1831

Outreach programs 

N.A. Groundhog Group NA 2610 N Stone Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705 No Phone 

A.A. Alcoholics Anonymous (520) 624-4183 

Arizona Social Services

· Social Security Office 88 W 38th St #100, Tucson, AZ 85713 (800) 772-1213

· Social Security Administration 3808 N 1st Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719 (800) 772-1213

· Arizona Department of Economic Security https://des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/homeless-coordination-office 1-855-432-7587 or 1-855-HEAplus

· D.A.V. 4656 E 1st St, Tucson, AZ 85711 (520) 325-6101

Arizona Housing 

· South Tucson Housing Authority 1713 S 3rd Ave, Tucson, AZ 85713 (520) 623-8481

· Pima County Housing Center 801 W Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85745 (520) 724-2460

· Tucson Section 8 Housing Program 310 N Commerce Park Loop, Tucson, AZ 85745 (520) 791-4171

· Housing & Community Development 310 N Commerce Park Loop, Tucson, AZ 85745 (520) 791-4171

· Esperanza en Esscalante Veterans Housing  3700 S Calle Polar, Tucson, AZ 85730 (520) 571-8294

Low Income Apartments 

· Armory Park Apartments

211 S 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
0.23 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Chicanos Por La Causa-tucson

200 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701
0.29 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· The Primavera Foundation, Inc.

702 S. 6th Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701
0.51 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Barrio Viejo

124 W 18th St, Tucson, AZ 85701
0.54 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Pio Decimo Center

848 South Seventh Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701
0.64 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Fry Apartments

909 S. 5th Ave A1, Tucson, AZ 85701
0.71 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Tucson Department of Housing and Community Development

310 N. Commerce Park Loop Drive, Tucson, AZ 85745
0.78 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Menlo Park Apartments

427 N Grande Ave, Tucson, AZ 85745
1.29 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· Casa De Encanto

250 N Silverbell, Tucson, AZ 85745
1.33 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

· South Tucson Housing Authority

1713 S 3rd Avenue, South Tucson, AZ 85713
1.38 miles away from Rally Point Apartments - Tucson

 * Mileage is based as direct lines from geocoded point to point (as the crow flies). Please check google maps for exact directions and road miles.

Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2018 - effective January 2018


Persons In Family Household

Poverty Guideline


For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,180 for each   additional person.


1 $12,140


2 $16,460


3 $20,780


4 $25,100


5 $29,420


6 $33,740


7 $38,060


8 $42,380

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Allyson Shepston Bibler 

Allyson Shepston Bibler, a Summa Cum Laude graduate from Arizona State University, is a graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law at Arizona State University and is a proud Sun Devil! Her practice is focused primarily in the areas of estate planning where she develops a comprehensive plan for her clients which may include trusts, wills, powers of attorney, advanced health care directives (living wills) and more. She also provides legal services for probate and elder law (ALTCS/Medicaid planning). She understands that each client brings a unique set of life circumstances and needs that must be addressed independently through a client centered, client tailored approach. She maintains that estate planning is not just for wealthy people; it’s really more like life planning, and it’s for almost everyone.

Mrs. Bibler states, “I see it as a true privilege to assist people with their legal needs both for their planning during their lives and for after their deaths or the death of a loved one. I truly love what I do.”

Mrs. Bibler strives to educate others about the benefits of having their affairs in order through consistent networking and presentations. Knowledge is power, and, as a former teacher, Mrs. Bibler enjoys teaching about the process and importance of having a thoroughly prepared plan for when life (and death) happens. If you’d like Mrs. Bibler to give an Estate Planning or Probate presentation to your group, please call (480) 837-2170.

Mrs. Bibler is a member of WealthCounsel which is a membership community of more than 2500 estate planning and tax professionals, the State Bar of Arizona, the Maricopa County Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Scottsdale Bar Association, and the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce. She often volunteers at Wills For Heroes where she provides Estate Planning to first responders and their families.  She is married and the mother of two. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, taking walks, hiking, and being on the beach.


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This is a personal endorsement. Bryan and I use Patrick for all our auto needs.

Patrick is a proud father and  works full time  for  U of A and works on vehicles on the side. Bryan and I can personally vouch for his integrity and skill.  Patrick is very fair and does the work quickly.  His shop at his home , and is immaculate, his attention for detail in impeccable.   We would not have anyone else work on our  personal and  Shaw's Veterans Ranch vehicles. 

You can always send him a message on Facebook.  https://www.facebook.com/patrick.beamish.1  

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Patrick Beamish Automotive Mechanic. Tucson AZ United States Marine Corps Veteran 520-351-1842


 Rent A Vet Services, LLC™ was started in 2016 as a landscape/handyman service. Amy went back to school for accounting and business and one class stated to start a small business, so she came up with the idea for the least expensive home based business start up cost. She came up with the name of Rent A Vet and the ideal of hiring veterans. Scott thought we should of been called “Rent A Dude.”

In 2019 Amy shared ownership with Scott making it a Veteran Owned Business (he owns majority) which will open more doors for us with government projects.

We have continued to evolve as a business with the purpose of providing veteran households with an economic opportunity to succeed.  In March 2019 we became an ROC Contractor for home improvement.

Our long term vision is to have a training center where we can bring veterans who want to learn new skills, be their “own boss” and provide for their families by teaching them the skills they will need in order to become a part of a growing business in many areas of the country. We are hoping to one day be able to grow to other states and provide services to across the United States. 

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We customize:

Garage Shelving
Pool pump covers
AC unit covers
and many more projects



We Install:

Shut off valves
Misting systems
many other light plumbing items



We replace:

Outlets & switches
Smart hubs
Smart outlets & switches
Install wall mounted TVs

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Security Camera Systems
Ceiling lights
and many other electrical issues that you may need help with



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We also provide a home watch service during those times you are not at home

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Rent A Vet Services, LLC™ Tucson Arizona Scott D. – Owner Army 1985-1991 520-252-9332

Cobb Realty LLC 520-403-5726 Chris Cobb veteran Owner


Chris Cobb isn’t an ordinary realtor.

Local Vail Resident Climbs High to Support Our Veterans

This coming May, local Vail resident, Chris Cobb, will be attempting to climb to the top of the world's highest mountain peak. Mt. Everest is located in Nepal, has a summit elevation of 29,029 ft., and is the highest peak in the world. We caught up with Chris to ask a few questions about the upcoming trip:

First question, have you always been crazy or is this a recent thing 

Ha! A little bit of crazy is okay, it's a lot of crazy that you have to worry about. I really enjoy doing new things, seeing new people, and doing extreme things. Life is short so I try to squeeze out as much as I can. If that's crazy, then yeah, I guess I am a little on the crazy side.

How long have you been climbing?

Honestly, I just climbed my first big mountain two years ago. I thought Everest would be a cool thing to add to my five-year goals so I called a guide company and asked for them to sign me up. I told them I'd never climbed a mountain before but that I was sure I'd be ok for the trip which was followed by laughter and a recommendation to climb a few others first before taking on the biggest mountain in the world. Since then I've trained on Mt. Erie , climbed Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainier twice, and then Denali(America's largest mountain). Now I've got Everest this coming may, it will take about two months.

What do you do for training?

In the morning around 5:30, my dog, one of my kids, and I go to Cienega High School. I wear a pack weighted down to about 80lbs and hit the bleachers. Then in the afternoon I alternate between weight training, pack training, and interval running. I also try to do some sort of climbing on the weekend. 

What is Fisher House?

Fisher House is a program that houses the loved ones of military members while they undergo medical treatment at the VA. I’ve heard stories of spouses sleeping in their car while their partner had a medical treatment done at the VA so they could be close to them during the process. They couldn't afford to rent a hotel room so they were forced to stay in their car overnight to be close. We just opened a brand new Fisher House at our VA here in Tucson, it can house over 40 people and is a top notch facility. The loved ones can stay there for free, have meals and toiletries provided, and be around other people in similar situations for support. It's important we take care of our troops in their time of need. I know how important family is to military members, dependents, and spouses because I come from a military family. My grandpa's, great uncles, uncles, dad, myself; we all served. I moved around every 3-4 years growing up. Our family was everything we had.

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2005 Electronic Signals Intelligence Exploitation Analyst, Goodfellow AFB, TX, Distinguished Graduate

2009 Airman Leadership School, Buckley AFB, CO

2013 Associate of Applied Science, Communications Applications Technology Degree Program, CCAF

2013 Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education, Correspondence

2019 Motivational Interviewing (OLA), AZ

2019 Mental Health First Aid (Adult) – National Council for Behavioral Health, AZ

2019 RELIAS Training Level 12– Multiple training; 21.75 Cr Hrs, AZ


Jan 2005 – Mar 2005, Student. Electronic Signals Intelligence Exploitation, Goodfellow AFB, TX

Mar 2005 – Apr 2012, ELINT Analyst, 566th Intelligence Squadron, Buckley AFB, CO

Apr 2012 – Mar 2013, HUMIT Analyst Theater Intelligence Group, Camp Sabalu Harrison, AFG

Mar 2013 – Jan 2014 First Sergeant’s Assistant 566th Intelligence Squadron, Buckley AFB, CO

Jan 2014 – Jul 2015, Flight Chief/Program Manager 18th Intelligence Squadron, Wright-Patt AFB, OH

Jan 2019 – Apr 2019, Relief Recovery Coach Aide, Volunteer, Old Pueblo Community Services,  AZ

Apr 2019 – Jan 2020, Relief Recovery Coach Aide, Old Pueblo Community Services,  AZ

Aug 2019 - Current, Assistant Executive Director, H.M. Shaw's Veterans Ranch, AZ


Distinguished Service Medal 

Bronze Star Medal

Joint Service Commendation Medal

Joint Meritorious Unit Award with one oak leaf cluster

Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with three oak leaf clusters

AF Good Conduct Medal with two oak leaf clusters

National Defense Service Medal

Afghanistan Campaign Medal with star device

Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

AF Overseas Ribbon Short Tour 

Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border

NATO Medal 


2005 Distinguished Graduate; Technical Training Electronic Signals Intelligence Exploitation 

2006 Airman of the Year, 566th Information Operations Squadron

2006 Airman of the Year, Air Intelligence Agency

2006 Military Performer of the Year, National Security Agency, Colorado

2006 Team Buckley Airman of the Year, Buckley AFB Colorado

2007 AF Intelligence Award Program Performer of the Year, 566th Information Operations Squadron

2012 IG Outstanding Performer for Unit Climate Inspection


Airman 29 June 2004

Airman First Class 13 Aug 2004

Senior Airman 13 June 2006 (BTZ)

Staff Sergeant 01 Mar 2009

Technical Sergeant 01 Jun 2013

Volunteer kira Reid's Story

Meet Kira Reid

Meet Kira Reid

Meet Kira Reid

Hi! I’m Kira Reid and I’m an AF Veteran. I have PTSD, Major Depression, & a Brain condition.... Amon

 Hi! I’m Kira Reid and I’m an AF Veteran. I have PTSD, Major Depression, & a Brain condition.... Amongst many other physical ailments. And I have been sober for 16 months!! Yay!

I am a part of this wonderful cause (H.M. Shaw’s Veterans Ranch) and I believe in its mission!

My Story

Meet Kira Reid

Meet Kira Reid

This is a picture of me coming home after a year long deployment to Afghanistan to my coworkers & ne

 This is a picture of me coming home after a year long deployment to Afghanistan to my coworkers & nearly 2 yo (I had to bribe him) as well as surprising my 10 yo at his school. You would think it would have been the happiest day of my life... but it was the HARDEST, most gut wrenching. 

My Struggles

Meet Kira Reid

My Struggles


Transitioning back from war to America was NOT EASY. I nearly threw up 5 minutes before those pictures were taken, I thought I would be jumping with joy, but I was shocked that I wasn’t! As soon as I stepped off the plane, I wanted to get right back on it.

I was scared, I felt alone, even though I was surrounded by people. I was angry. I was afraid. I missed the emptiness of my 4x4 room, the sound of bombs, & helicopters, even the bland food & especially my 1 roommates laughter & definitely my purpose.

My Journey

My Journey

My Struggles


 I was taken back with the amount of choices and the overwhelming hustle of America. The amount of people surrounding me made me want to scream. It was torture. But I was SUPPOSED to be happy .... I had to smile (right?!). What was wrong with me!?! I was so ashamed of myself for having these feeling. I was lost. 

My Family

My Journey

My Purpose


 So many of my fellow comrades face this... many face something DIFFERENT. But either way, they need help “transitioning” because no one tells us HOW!? Or why (or even that we will) feel these way’s...

My Purpose

My Journey

My Purpose


Let us HELP each other! Help us to get our cause up and running! It will save life’s, families and change worry into understanding. 

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