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Recognizing Veterans

Alaska DOT&PF is pleased to recognize veterans working for our department, as well as veteran spouses and children of department employees.

We are surrounded by amazing co-workers and would like to recognize the service and sacrifices made by our veterans. Their contributions to our national defense and the virtues of freedom and democracy are truly unparalleled.

Please take the time to click the images below and learn about these veterans who have shared their stories. We are proud to work beside them at DOT&PF.

Are you a veteran working for DOT&PF? Click here to learn how to share your story!

Click to learn more about veteran Maxwell Cormier  Click to learn more about veteran Ryan Ackerman  Click to learn more about veteran John R. Binder III  Click to learn more about veteran Sara Weston
Click to learn more about veteran Wolfgang Junge  Click to learn more about veteran Jeremey Hustman  Click to learn more about veteran Jeff Wilson  Click to learn more about veteran Justin Albecker
Click to learn more about veteran Jim Amundsen  Click to learn more about veteran William J. "Butch" Miller  Click to learn more about veteran Robert McKnight  Click to learn more about veteran Amber Lee Dibble
Click to learn more about veteran Douglas Ault  Click to learn more about veteran Adam Dixon  Click to learn more about veteran Cort Saviers  Click to learn more about veteran Eric Downer
Click to learn more about veteran Edward Deal  Click to learn more about veteran Jonel Schenk

Sharing Your Story

As a veteran working with DOT&PF, this is an opportunity for you to share your story with all Alaskans. Recognition is open to those who have previously honorably served in the military, are currently active (such as National Guard or Reserves) or are:

  • a current DOT&PF employee,
  • a DOT&PF employee who is a veteran spouse,
  • a DOT&PF employees' child who is a veteran (see Cort Saviers and Justin Albecker above).

If you would like to be recognized, please complete a Veteran Recognition form and submit, along with a military photograph (if available), to dot.veterans@alaska.gov.

Contact

Office of the Commissioner
(907) 465-3900
dot.veterans@alaska.gov