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2022 Veterans Day Program

  • 11 Nov 2022
  • 2:00 PM
  • National Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism in WWII

Join us Virtually for the Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

Keynote Speaker: LTC (P) Monica C. William, USA

Friday, November 11, 2020

2:00 pm EST/ 1:00 pm CST/ 11 am PST/ 9 am HST 

LTC (P) Williams received her commission into the Chemical Corps and branched into detailed Military Intelligence.  LTC (P) Williams was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.  She served as the Division Support Command Chemical Officer. She transitioned to the 313th Military Intelligence Battalion to serve as the Intelligence and Surveillance Platoon Leader, 2nd Brigade Combat Team’s Counter Intelligence, Human Intelligence, and ground surveillance support.  While assigned to Fort Bragg, she deployed twice to Iraq to support Operation Iraqi Freedom and also supported Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana.  

She was then assigned to the 513th Intelligence Brigade, Fort Gordon, Georgia, as the Signals Intelligence Officer supporting Third Army Central Command, providing analysis, production reporting, and direct overwatch.  She served as the Alpha Company commander, 297th Military Intelligence Battalion, providing strategic and operational level all-source intelligence.  While assigned to Fort Gordon, she deployed to Afghanistan and Kuwait to support Operation Enduring Freedom. LTC Williams then moved on to a special operations assignment, serving as a mission commander, troop Commander, Task Force Operations officer, group executive officer, and battalion commander. She is currently serving in US Special Operations Command’s Legislative Affairs as a Legislative Liaison. 

LTC (P) Williams’ is a graduate of the Chemical Officers Basic Course, Military Intelligence Advanced Course, and Signals Intelligence Course. She also attended the U.S Army Jumpmaster School, Military Freefall School, and Air Assault School. She holds a bachelor’s in computer information science from Mary Baldwin College, a master’s in National Security and Strategic Studies from the US Naval War College, and a master’s in Data Analytics and Policy from Johns Hopkins University.  

LTC Williams is married to Sean Williams. 


JAVA’s Veterans Day Program has been selected by the Veterans Day National Committee, which is a part of the Department of Veterans Affairs, as one of the “Veterans Day observances throughout the country that represents a fitting tribute to America’s heroes.”  You can find the listing of all 2020 Veterans Day Regional Sites on the Department of Veterans Affairs at https://www.va.gov/opa/vetsday/docs/2020-Veterans-Day-Regional-Sites.pdf.

Sponsored By: The Japanese American Veterans Association; The National Japanese American Memorial Foundation

Location: National Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism in WWII (located at the intersection of New Jersey Avenue, Louisiana Avenue, and D Street)

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