Warrior Society

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The renowned reputation of Chickasaw warriors is centuries old, a tradition that has continued to present day by the Chickasaw men and women who have answered the call to serve our great nation, in every branch of the military and on numerous battlefields around the world. One step in the mission to fully serve our warriors, the Chickasaw Warrior Society recognizes their sacrifices. Chickasaw veterans and active military share a common bond through their experiences, and the Warrior Society aims to foster the relationships of our servicemen and women to each other as well as the tribe.

Nothing shows the commitment that the Chickasaw Nation has to our veterans like the Veterans Lodge. Located on the Ada South Campus, the 14,500-square-foot facility serves veterans by providing a place to gather for fellowship and meet with staff trained to help veterans find and apply for benefits available to them through the Chickasaw Nation, state and federal government. We encourage all Chickasaw warriors to join so that we may honor your sacrifices. For information, visit www.chickasaw.net/warriorsociety.


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