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Military Affairs Committee (MAC)

CHOOSE HAMPTON: A Military Friendly Community
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The Hampton Military Affairs Committee (MAC) is the first MAC in Hampton Roads, the epicenter of the world’s military headquarters. Its mission is reflective of Hampton’s commitment to our military, our veterans, and their families.  Comprised of community-minded professionals and volunteers, MAC members bring a depth of experience working with veteran and active duty military communities. Our efforts are made possible by the strong support of elected and appointed officials of the City.

As the first English-speaking settlement in America, the character of Hampton has been molded by its rich history and  engaged citizenry.  But it has been equally influenced by the presence of its large active-duty military and veteran communities.  In fact, the 2000 U.S. Census revealed that Hampton has the greatest concentration of veterans in the adult civilian population  -- 27.1% -- of any American city with a population greater than 100,000. 
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The Hampton MAC, with its strong support of the military, veterans, and their families, is working to create one of the most military-friendly communities in America.    From coordinating exceptional celebrations to assisting and recognizing our military and veterans at community events, the MAC works tirelessly on their behalf.  

And we do it…

Because the Military Matters

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If you would like to request information or assistance, offer information or assistance, or just attend a quarterly meeting, please contact 3-1-1 or email .

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Guitars 4 Vets
Army veteran Barbara Ferrer says the program that put a guitar in her hands changed her life. The all-volunteer Guitars 4 Vets has given more than 20,000 lessons to veterans with PTSD and other injuries as part of their recovery. Read on...
Volunteers needed to place and remove flags in honor of fallen heroes
Hampton National Cemetery on Marshall Avenue is looking for volunteers to place and remove flags on the graves on Friday, May 27th (Flags In) and Tuesday, May 31st (Flags Out). Read on...
Virginia Women Veterans Summit Friday, June 24th
This event brings together veterans, employers, community leaders and government agencies from the federal, state, and local levels to raise awareness about the services and benefits offered specifically for women veterans. Read on...
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3-1-1 Customer Call Center

Ph: 3-1-1 (inside city)
Ph: 757-727-8311 (cell or outside city)
Fx: 757-727-8300

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