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Government services in Falls Church, VA - Page 1

Find government services in Falls Church, VA. Listings include Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP), Navy Medicine, USFWS Fisheries, Military Health, U.S. Army Recovery Care Program and U.S. Army Nurse Corps. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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DAHYouth

3159 Row Street, Falls Church 22044

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  • 06/06/23
    Of the more than 30,000 Americans who fell during World War I and are interred at ABMC cemeteries, more than 6,000 are buried at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery. Tomorrow, June 7th, a comrade will join t...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/06/23
    Today we remember Roland Jackson. World War I Date of Death: June 6, 1918 Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Division Entered Service From: Colorado Buried: Plot A Row 2 Grave 86...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/05/23
    The National Fish Hatchery System released or transferred 20.4 million federally listed animals under the Endangered Species Act during 2022. The 20.4 million animals included 91 threatened and endang...
    > USFWS Fisheries
  • 06/05/23
    Operations and Technical Manager Mathieu Baudoin and the team at Oise-Aisne American Cemetery prepare for a unique burial ceremony tomorrow that will honor an unknown U.S. WWI soldier. On June 7, 20...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/05/23
    Red as camouflage? At the surface, red-colored fish reflect red light back to our eyes and absorb all other colors so they appear red. However, the red wavelength of the light spectrum is less able to...
    > USFWS Fisheries
  • 06/05/23
    Today we remember Leo T. Bestgen. World War II Date of Death: June 5, 1943 Technician Fourth Grade, U.S. Army 109th Engineer Combat Battalion, 34th Infantry Division Entered Service From: South Dakota...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/04/23
    The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968 established the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, protecting free-flowing waterways with extraordinary natural, cultural, and recreational qualities for fu...
    > USFWS Fisheries
  • 06/04/23
    A special event will take place June 7. Unearthed after more than a century, the remains of an unknown American soldier who fought and died during World War I will be interred with full military honor...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/04/23
    Today we are featuring the conservation and recovery efforts by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and partners to protect the threatened Chiricahua leopard frog to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of e...
    > USFWS Fisheries
  • 06/04/23
    Today we remember Frederick G. Bushee. World War II Date of Death: June 4, 1945 Private First Class, U.S. Army 327th Engineer Combat Bn, 102nd Infantry Division Entered Service From: Vermont Buried: P...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/03/23
    Massive funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act for Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts will help communities and habitats rebound when the next storm hits. Plannin...
    > USFWS Fisheries
  • 06/03/23
    "It's OK not to be OK. I've given myself permission to be fallible and not accept my infallibility as the end all but a part of the journey." Powerful words from mental health advocate Tracy Green on ...
    > NAMI
  • 06/03/23
    Yesterday, our documentary "Our Promise" was screened at The National WWII Museum with a panel that included ABMC Superintendent Dan Hicks, of the North Africa American Cemetery. Bringing our story to...
    > American Battle Monuments Commission
  • 06/03/23
    5 tips on how to support your child's mental health.
    > NAMI