Pennsylvania's Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) has a dual mission: to provide quality service to the Commonwealth’s veterans and their families, and to oversee and support the members of the Pennsylvania National Guard (PNG). We fulfill our dual mission by:

Providing resources and assistance to Pennsylvania’s nearly one million veterans and their families, and providing quality care for aging and disabled veterans.

Preparing the PNG for combat, performing worldwide combat and combat support operations, providing global reach and the projection of U.S. military power in support of national objectives; and, at the command of the governor, providing trained personnel to support state and local authorities in times of natural disaster or civil strife.

Created by the Act of April 11, 1793, the Adjutant General Department was later renamed the Department of Military Affairs by the Administrative Code of 1923. The Act of March 21, 1996 changed the name, once again, to what it is known by today – the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA).

DMVA is one of Pennsylvania’s largest employers, with more than 21,000 military and civilian personnel in some 90 communities statewide. It is overseen by the adjutant general, a governor appointed cabinet-level position.

The DMVA and PNG are headquartered at Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County. Fort Indiantown Gap features more than 17,000 acres and 140 training areas and facilities for year-round training for military forces, law enforcement agents and civilians from across the nation and is one of the busiest National Guard Training Centers in the country.

24 Hour Veterans Crisis Line  800-273-8255 Press 1


U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (Info for Veterans)

Military One Source

All Retail Jobs

American Corporate Partners

Career Command Post

Career One Stop

Commonwealth Workforce Development System

Compensated Work Therapy

Recruit Military Job Search Engine

eMedical Assistants

Employer Assistance & Recruiting Network

Freedom and Honor

Helmets To Hardhats


Hire Vets First

Military Scholarships

Transition Assistance Advisors

Troops To Teachers

SBA Business Development

Veterans Corporation

Pa Dept. of Agriculture (Homegrown By Heroes and Pa Preferred Programs


Educational Gratuity for Disable Veterans Children

Financial Aid for Military Spouses

GI Bill / Federal Education Benefits

Military One Source

Student Loan Forgiveness

Scholarships for Military Children

Veterans Retraining Assistance Program

Veterans Upward Bound

Warrior Care

Vet/National Guard Financial Aid

Pennsylvania Dept of Education Division of Veteran/Military Education

Higher Education Resources for Veterans and their Families

Defense Activities for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)

Education Grants for Veterans, Military Science Students, or Dependents


Amputee and Paralyzed Veterans’ Pension

Blind Veterans Pension


Women's Institute of Financial Education


Military Family Relief Assistance

Real Estate Tax Exemption

Justice for Vets

Stateside Legal Help

Veterans Justice Outreach

Pennsylvania Veterans News

Military Personnel Driver’s License

Military License Plates

Disabled Veterans License Plates

Veterans Designation on their Driver's License or Identification Card


Delaware Valley Veterans’ Home

Gino J. Merli Veterans’ Center

Hollidaysburg Veterans’ Home

Pennsylvania Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Home

Southeastern Veterans’ Center

Southwestern Veterans’ Center


Burial Honors Program


Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

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Ft. Indiantown Gap
Annville , PA 17003 USA

American Legion Department of Pennsylvania

800 N. Front Street
Wormleysburg, PA 17043

717-975-2836 Fax

American Legion Department of Pennsylvania  Service Officer

Brian Morris
135 E 38 th St
Erie, PA 16504

814-864-3405 Fax

E-mail the Service Officer