Thirteen Fort Hood soldiers that neared completion of their military service graduated this past week from Caliber Collision’s Changing Lanes program, which provides active duty service members with free training, certification and employment opportunities prior to transitioning out of the U.S. Armed Forces.
The 2017 donation follows a memorable donation during the summer of 2016 when H&V, GEICO and other partners teamed up at a ValleyCats game for a donation of three cars to three veterans. The vehicles donated on Aug. 19 will be the 18th, 19th and 20th vehicles donated by H&V. Last month, H&V and partners donated a refurbished van to the Vet House in Albany.
Car-O-Liner announced a program to provide equipment and training support for Caliber Collision’s Changing Lanes program providing transitioning soldiers with collision repair career opportunities. Car-O-Liner will provide structural frame repair machines, measuring systems and welders to the Caliber training centers.