Veterans Talking To Veterans Fair  @National Museum of Military Vehicles Returns 5/25/2024:

7 am - 6 pm!

Grand and more radiant, presented through a dynamic partnership between the Wyoming Veterans Commission, Mentor Agility, and the National Museum of Military Vehicles, Veterans Talking To Veterans will shine the spotlight on esteemed speakers, VTTV graduation, and unveil an exciting, immersive Veterans Fair!

Click here for the 2024 Event Exhibit Application
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Immersive Veterans Fair

Veterans Talking To Veterans @ National Museum of Military Vehicles countdown! Get ready for fun activities, games, and entertainment sprinkled with health and wellness, growth of your potential, and veterans thriving! Make your plans now. The fair is FREE to everyone!

Exhibitors Attending









Speaker Lineup

  1. Governor Mark Gordon
  2. General Henry Huntley, Executive Director of State, Local, and International Engagement for the US Department of Veterans Affairs
  3. Conrad Washington, Director of the Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships (CFBNP)
  4. David Clay Ward, Rural Desk Officer for VA’s Office of Rural Engagement (ORE)
  5. Leigh-Ann Webster, Executive Director for National Board for Health and Wellness Coaches
  6. Tim Sheppard for Wyoming Veterans Commission
  7. Julie Elledge for Veterans Talking To Veterans
  8. VTTV Coaches Testimonials
Speaker Bios

Please Join us for a Community Discussion with

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 

Building Thriving, Self-Reliant Veterans Communities in Rural America

Big Wind Singers

The event begins at 8:00 AM with a performance by the Big Wind Singers, one of the longest-standing Shoshone Song groups from Crowheart. Consisting of both Veterans and tribal members, they present colors and perform the Shoshone Flag Song, Honor Song, and Soldier Boy Song.

VTTV Graduation 2024

This year Governor Mark Gordon reconfirms Wyoming's leadership support for veterans thriving. Please join us as he speaks to the VTTV Coaches and bestow their diplomas on the newest graduates. This is your opportunity to meet your local VTTV Coaches and learn about this growing network dedicated to veterans thriving across Wyoming.


Gracious Host National Museum of Military Vehicles

The National Museum of Military Vehicles, located in Dubois, Wyoming, provided the perfect setting for the event. It boasted the largest collection of U.S. military rolling vehicles outside of the armed forces, with a mission to honor the service and sacrifice of Veterans and their families. Situated amidst the scenic beauty of the Wind River Valley, Dubois retained the authentic feel of the wild frontier, making it a charming and fitting host for the event.