Wednesday, February 10 | 1PM ET

One Military, One Community

ADC’s One Military, One Community Initiative is a national conversation within the greater military community working to ensure that every military family arriving at their new duty station will never have to face racism, intolerance or inequality.


Behind every mission, base and family there is a community that provides a home to our military. From small towns to cities, regions and entire states – defense communities take different forms, but their role is the same – providing a foundation for our national security and a home for our military families.

Representing every major defense community and state in the country, The Association of Defense Communities (ADC) is a 300+ member organization dedicated to advancing issues that build strong communities and strengthen the ability for service members to defend our nation.


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“Final Flight”  Photo by Senior Airman Alexander Cook