The Chairman's Office of Reintegration

The Chairman's Office of Reintegration leads the effort by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to enable the successful reintegration of veterans and their families back into civilian society. The Chairman's Office of Reintegration advises and assists the Chairman and the Joint Staff on the challenges faced by veterans and their families in order to craft tangible, preventative, and effective solutions to those challenges. It encourages and enables community action by disseminating successful or promising solutions to veteran and military family challenges. Additionally, the Chairman's Office of Reintegration fosters unity of effort across the interagency, private, and philanthropic landscapes to comprehensively address veteran and military family challenges. Finally, it conducts and synchronizes outreach efforts at the community, state, regional, and national levels to help the civilian community understand the value of and common challenges for service members, veterans and family members, their collective military ethos, and the return on investment for enabling the successful reintegration of veterans and their families.

Recent articles from The Chairman's Office of Reintegration

Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Tyler Wright's last day in uniform prior to transitioning to a fulfilling civilian career helping fellow veterans.
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This Navy Vet Is Teaching Others To Lead In Their Local Communities
Tyler Wright is at the forefront of seeking out fellow vets and empowering them to continue their service through community-oriented projects.
Loretta Coleman makes final preparations before food distribution on a recent pantry day in March 2016.
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From Airman To Civilian, This Gulf War Vet Never Stopped Serving Her Community
Loretta Coleman got out of the military in 1993, but never stopped serving her fellow service members.
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Why Veterans Should Continue Their Service After The Military
Military service imbues veterans with enduring qualities that when shared with their communities make them invaluable civic assets.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, talks with senior leaders of the 1st Infantry Division at the base conference center on Fort Riley, Kan., May 14, 2015.
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Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs’ Office: 5 Ways Military Leaders Can Support Transitioning Service Members
The Chairman’s Office of Reintegration offers five recommendations for how military leaders can better support their troops as they prepare to transition.
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Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs’ Office: Do These 5 Things When Transitioning To Civilian Life
The Chairman's Office of Reintegration has developed five steps that will lead service members through a successful military transition.