Call for Nominations to the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Class of 2021

Friendly Reminder for Representatives to UAV, Colleagues, and the public!

Wednesday, March 31st is the Postmark Due Date for Nominations to the Class of 2021, Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame (AVHOF).

Thank you to veterans, and family members and friends of Arizona veterans, who are now developing and writing Nominations of Arizona veterans who, since their honorable separation from

military service, have continued to serve the people of Arizona at an outstanding level of accomplishments and achievements.

Here is the official News Release regarding how to nominate an Arizona veteran to this high honor.

Call for Nominations to the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Class of 2021

Phoenix, Arizona – The Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame (AVHOF) located in Phoenix, Arizona, seeks to recognize those Arizonans who have worn the uniform of this Nation’s Armed Forces,

and have contributed to their community, state, or nation in an exemplary manner outside of their military service. These outstanding contributions may, for example, be in areas of civic,

veterans advocacy, or other contributions of a singular nature or made over a period of time by the Nominee. The Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame focuses on a Nominee’s contributions

outside of their military service.

Regarding eligibility for nomination to the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame, the Nominee must have been born in Arizona, or entered military service from Arizona, or lived in Arizona

for a minimum of 5 successive years; and must have honorably served as verified by a U.S. Military service document such as a DD Form 214, SF 1300, or

equivalent National Guard (NGB-22 or 22A) document, DD Form 363 military retirement certificate or orders, be of good moral character and have no felony convictions.

Satisfaction of the residency requirement is based upon meeting the criteria by the Nomination submission deadline of March 31st. Posthumous nominations are welcome.

The Criteria and fillable Nomination Form are now posted on the web site: www.azuav.org, Nominations tab. The Nomination Form and Proof of honorable discharge are required documents accompanied by a Narrative limited to a maximum of 10 single-sided pages, 8½ x 11; and using #12 Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman font. At the bottom of the Nomination Form

is the mailing address for submitting Nominations. Complete details are posted at the website.

Note: Nominations which do not follow the Criteria will be returned to the Nominator.

For general information, please contact Carol Culbertson, Secretary, Unified Arizona Veterans, at email: secretary or telephone (602) 799-9480.

Nominators who do not have access to the website, please telephone Secretary Culbertson at (602) 799-9480 to request that the Criteria and Nomination Form be mailed to you.

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