Some retirement homes for armed forces veterans are the Gulfport campus and Washington, D.C. campus offered by the Armed Forces Retirement Home, a branch of the executive office of the U.S. government. These locations provide housing for select retired members of the armed forces.
The Gulfport, Mississippi campus offers several high-rise buildings of housing to veterans. At this location, retired vets receive a variety of services in addition to housing, such as medical services, shuttle service to the local area, trips to local attractions and many daily activities in the Valor and Allegiance Hall. This campus offers food, senior television, and a library. Retired veterans enjoy full weeks of planned activities.
At the Washington, D.C. campus, retired armed services veterans enjoy nice living quarters close to the nation's capital. The large campus features four-story buildings with housing options for the veterans. Each month, residents enjoy a variety of trips and special activities. At this campus, there is a small but challenging golf course for residents to enjoy.
At the Washington location, there are weekly movies to enjoy and weekly bulletins to ensure residents participant in all there is to offer. There is a community center, theater, game room and many other common areas for group and individual activities.