HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) has unveiled newly redesigned websites at new addresses for the department at www.dmva.pa.gov, the Pennsylvania National Guard at www.png.pa.gov and Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard Training Center at www.ftig.pa.gov.
"One of the key resources that we have for sharing information on the programs and services we provide to veterans and their families, National Guard members and other military and law enforcement that train at Fort Indiantown Gap is through our official websites," said Maj. Gen. James R. Joseph, Pennsylvania adjutant general. "I encourage everyone to visit these websites to see the wealth of information that is at their disposal."
The websites, which feature responsive design technology making them accessible on mobile devices, are consistent in their layout and design for ease of use. Prominently featured are links for highlighted topics, press releases, social media feeds, videos and more.
"In addition to the new websites, tax-deductible donations can now be made online via the new DMVA donation app to the Pennsylvania Veterans' Trust Fund and the Military Family Relief Assistance Program. It's gratifying to know that Pennsylvania's veterans and their families will be the beneficiaries of people's generosity because we enhanced our online presence," Joseph added. The app can be found at www.donate.dmva.pa.gov.
The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs oversees programs and services in the state for nearly one million veterans, oversees the Pennsylvania National Guard and its nearly 20,000 soldiers and airmen and is headquartered at the Pennsylvania National Guard-managed Fort Indiantown Gap where more than 130,000 personnel from various federal, state and local agencies receive training each year.
Media contact: Joan Nissley, 717-861-8720
SOURCE Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs