City of Lincoln Mayor Lew Watson presenting Alabama Veteran executive board member Alana Centill with Marine sword

Dovetail Landing

We are thrilled to be working alongside Alabama Veteran to bring Dovetail Landing, a veteran transitioning and wellness community, to Lincoln.

Dovetail Landing is a "reverse boot camp" for our veterans returning home. This program will be designed to provide all the resources at a "one-stop shop" location while not having to worry about where they will live or eat, but get the care they need when returning home. It will work to establish the DoD Skillsbridge program, as well as being a "boots to hardhats" facility for corporate entities throughout Alabama that need trained leaders like our veterans in their workforce.

They will also work with the Veterans Affairs to help our veterans get the services they earned and through the State of Alabama to help establish the resources afforded to Veterans in Alabama.

Thank you to Alana Centilli, executive board member of Alabama Veteran for sharing your vision for this project and spearheading this effort.

The groundbreaking for Dovetail Landing took place on Wednesday, November 10. We are absolutely thrilled for all that is to come for this amazing resource for local veterans.

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