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Mr. Cosme Torres-SabaterDistinctive Award for Our Emergency Manager
The Jud Fuller Annual Service Award recognizes an employee of the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) who has demonstrated adherence to the highest standards demanded by the emergency management profession.
Be Ready for Hurricane SeasonBe Informed. Make a Plan. Be Ready.
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. The most active time of the season is September. The 2018 hurricane season was one of the most active and destructive in recent years.
Lead pic exhibitA Creative Journey for Wellness
It has given them the chance to bring to the table their pain and difficulties, because even though they are a minority within the Veteran population, they deserve the same as men.
Group picBlinded Veterans Receive Hurricane Relief Donation
"Ruben Sanchez, the current Secretary for the Puerto Rico BVA Regional Group was in Iraq with a battalion from Puerto Rico when I was wounded in 2006,” stated Bogart. “That’s when I became legally blind.”
3 AwardsTransforming VA Caribbean Healthcare System
As state-of-the-art technology and diagnostic procedures forms part of the medical care often provided to Veterans, it’s vital that VA facilities are enhanced in terms of space and comfortable environments
Sergeant First Class Domingo Emanuelli-Ortiz’s wife proudly displays her affection of 68 years of marriage and kisses him for getting the Congressional Gold Medal for combat during the Korean War.Borinqueneers Receive Congressional Gold Medal
He managed to muster enough energy to point one finger to demonstrate his gratification for the medal they were giving him. His frail movement was obvious, but his spirit of honor pierced through his deep blue eyes.
Veterans paintingOur Experience Made Art
The Veterans not only took a plaque for their talented efforts, but they shared a desire to make an artistic statement that is permanently exhibited in the hallway for years to come.
White Rose CeremonyWhite Rose Ceremony
In the final act of the “Memorial White Rose Ceremony”, the giving away of the white rose, incapsulates a moment in time to honor those Veterans who gave their service to our nation.
VA Caribbean Healthcare System staff from the therapy departments assigned to the Deep-Dive Clinician Adaptive Cycling Clinic and members from Adaptive Adventures group for a photo at the end of their first day of the training.Staff-Clinician Deep Dive on Adaptive Cycling
As part of VA Caribbean Healthcare System Strategic Plan to engage with its partners, the goal is to continuously provide resources that enhance the well-being of disabled Veterans who are in need of special services.
A hospital employee signs up on a mailing list to receive information about environmental protection and future activities with the conservation organization.Conserving Our Environment
Can we look at our energy resources in a positive way; when we are facing an energy power grid that is continuously challenged by the instabilities that were caused by hurricane Maria.

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