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July 29, 2010 – Carson City, NV – Governor Jim Gibbons today appointed Caleb Cage as the Executive Director of the Nevada Office of Veterans Services. Cage presently serves as a Senior Policy Advisor/Rural and Veterans Issues for Nevada Lieutenant Governor Brian Krolicki.
Cage attained the rank of Captain in the United States Army, serving in Iraq as recently as 2006. Captain Cage was awarded the Army’s Bronze Star Medal for his service in Iraq. He is a 2002 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.
“Caleb Cage is a dynamic leader with a terrific attitude,” Governor Gibbons said. “I am confident he will provide the veterans of Nevada with outstanding service and representation.”
“I am proud to serve the veterans of Nevada and I am equally proud that Governor Gibbons has shown his confidence in me,” Cage said.
The Nevada office of Veterans Services was established pursuant to NRS 417 to provide assistance and services to Nevada’s 339,000 veterans, their family members, and residents of Nevada serving in the Armed Forces of the United States. The Agency administers two State Veterans Memorial Cemeteries, the Nevada State Veterans Home, and a statewide Veterans Service Officer program. More information about the Nevada Office of Veterans Services can be found at www.veterans.nv.gov.
Cage is a resident of Reno and has served as a member of the Nevada Military Support Advisory Board and the Reno Parks and Recreation Commission.