The Unified Arizona Veterans (UAV) is proud to present the Induction Ceremony for the 2024 Arizona Veterans Hall Of Fame Class (AVHOF). Please join us as we induct up to 24 highly deserving Arizona veterans into the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame for their outstanding civic contributions beyond their military service to our great nation.

                                         INDUCTION CEREMONY DATE AND LOCATION

Friday, November 1, 2024, Talking Stick Resort Conference Center – Scottsdale 9800 E. Talking Stick Way (AZ 101 – Exit 44 – Indian Bend Road) Scottsdale, AZ 85256

To register online for the AVHOF Induction Ceremony, click   >>>>>>HERE<<<<<<

To reserve rooms at Talking Stick Resort, use Group Code: AVHOF.  Click  >>>>>>HERE<<<<<< 

For mail-in registrations, please CONTACT:

Carol Culbertson at , 602-799-9480
Reggie Yates, Event Chair,, 602-373-0703









Vision is seeing things as they are, but also as they can be.

Unified Arizona Veterans, (UAV) was formed in 1981, and for over 40 years, the mission of UAV has been to serve as the Voice of Arizona Veterans. We accomplish this mission by assembling and providing the authentic lived experience and insight of veterans to the institutions and organizations where positive change can be created. We also inform and update the veteran community as to the status of ongoing change and initiatives.

In 2001, UAV founded the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame (AVHOF), the second Veterans Hall of Fame in the United States. Each year, outstanding Arizona veterans, who have made significant personal contributions to their community, state, or nation, are selected for induction into the Veterans Hall of Fame.

The world has changed a lot since 1981, and so too, must UAV. The next few years will see a fair amount of change at our organization. However, this will be accompanied by continued commitment to the people and principles that have guided our organization thus far. At the same time, it is the duty of UAV to meet the newest veterans where they are, and providing to them the knowledge, wisdom and insight that can only be obtained through years of experience after military service.

Military veterans have a clear sense of community, continuity and service that comes from having served in the U.S. military. Just like the traditions of service that have defined and shaped the U.S. military throughout the generations, so too, do the traditions of service provide purpose to all of us engaged in serving the veteran community.

It is possible to remember the past and honor those who came before us, while at the same time, working to ensure the best outcomes for the individuals leaving the military every day. You’re invited along for the journey as we work to expand the scope and scale of UAV, and to become a premier information resource for Arizona veterans and their families.