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Combined Arms Names Mike Hutchings CEO

June 15, 2021

Combined Arms is proud to announce Mike Hutchings as the new Chief Executive Officer. Prior to Mike’s role as CEO, he served as the Interim CEO, and Chief Development Officer for Combined Arms. He led the development, events, marketing, technology, and government relations verticals within the organization. He knows firsthand the obstacles that service members and families face during the transition process, and is proud devoting his time ensuring that veterans are empowered to connect with and accelerate the impact of their communities. 

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Snax & Vax at Combined Arms on May 22, 2021!

May 12, 2021

On Saturday, May 22nd from 10 am to 2 pm, Combined Arms is hosting Snax & Vax at the Combined Arms Transition Center located at 2929 McKinney Street, Houston, Texas 77003. The Houston Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center will be on-site with a COVID-19 Vaccine Drive, the Houston Food Bank will be hosting a Mobile Food Pantry, and Rudy's will be providing BBQ!

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Combined Arms Teams Up With 3DMilitary

April 27, 2021

JWM Wholesale, 3DMilitary, is a Houston-based company proud to support our troops worldwide. Since 1999, they have produced, designed, manufactured and distributed military apparel and specialty items for retailers. 

WHAT MAKES 3D MILITARY DIFFERENT?

Licensed Apparel and Products. They are currently licensed by the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Coast Guard, to provide branded products to their customers.

Buying licensed apparel—not counterfeits—provides money directly to troops.

By federal law, licensing fees paid to U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy for the use of its trademarks supports the Military Trademark Licensing Program. The net licensing revenue goes directly to U.S. Military Morale, Welfare, and Recreation programs. 

Combined Arms has teamed up with 3DMilitary! Use code COMBINEDARMS at check out and a percentage will go to our organizations to serve veterans and their families.

Start shopping now by clicking here!

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COMBINED ARMS SURVEY

February 24, 2021

Combined Arms is proud to partner with The Ambitious VET Podcast to launch a survey so that we can better serve our veterans and help them thrive in their communities. Right now it’s more crucial than ever to gain your feedback on what we’ve been able to accomplish.

Combined Arms exists to accelerate the transition from military to civilian life. The faster veterans integrate into our community, the faster we are able to harness their passions and skills to make an impact. We are here to connect these veterans to resources so they can make “civilian” their next branch of service.

We want to hear from you. Help us get to know our audience of veterans, their families, friends, and supporters by participating in the survey so that we can continue our mission and make improvements. This will allow us to serve even more veterans and to ensure that they have a successful transition.

Once we have at least 50 responses, we will be doing a random drawing for two lucky winners to get their own pair of Combined Arms Floperators from Combat Flip Flops! FILL OUT SURVEYAbout The Ambitious VET Podcast
If you're a veteran who has been transitioned for a few years and who has figured it out on how to achieve career stability but is asking yourself, IS THIS IT? Maybe you are feeling tired of the mundane routine and feeling frustrated because you aren't where you want to be in life. If so, The Ambitious VET is for you, here we dive into the trenches with big thinking and growth-minded veterans who know what it takes to break through to new levels of life satisfaction, fulfillment, and purpose.

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Texas Workforce Commission and Texas Veterans Network

January 21, 2021

Combined Arms, a Texas-based collaborative impact organization using an innovative approach of technology and service delivery to disrupt the veteran transition experience, has partnered with the Texas Workforce Commission to connect veterans and their families with the resources and programming needed to thrive in the Texas Veterans Network. This new network will make Texas the first interconnected state for veterans services, growing the transition model to meet the needs of fragmented communities and the veteran families who live in them.

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COMBAT FLIP FLOPS LIMITED EDITION COMBINED ARMS FLOPERATORS

January 15, 2021

Combined Arms is proud to announce that we are partnering with Combat Flip Flops for the launch of our very own limited edition branded flip flop, The Combined Arms Floperators, you can view here!

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Combined Arms Submission to Interim Charge #2 and #5

January 05, 2021

Interim Charge #2

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Operation Patriot Burger

October 09, 2020

Operation Patriot Burger has officially launched! Board Member Jerry Lasco has been working hard to launch this operation at each of the following of his restaurant locations: The Tasting Room, MAX's Wine Dive - Houston (Washington Ave & Montrose), MAX's Wine Dive - San Antonio, and Boiler House. Each location has created a special burger that they will proudly serve starting October 1st to raise money for Combined Arms! $5 from each purchase will go to us and our efforts to serve veterans. 

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Welcome Mia Garcia as Our Texas Veterans Network Director

August 13, 2020

Hello Combined Arms Community,

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Welcome Vincent Rapp to the Combined Arms Team

July 28, 2020

Hello Combined Arms Community, 

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We are making Houston THE place for veterans

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Transition means forward movement and, when veterans embark on their path to civilian life, Combined Arms is with them on that journey. And we need you there with us.  

5,000 more veterans will call Houston their home this year, each one ready and able to have an incredible impact on our city. 

How will we serve those who served us?