Victory Village Plans 80-Acre Military Retirement Community in Shalimar, Florida

by Jeff Shaw

SHALIMAR, Fla. — Victory Village is slated to receive $2 million from Florida’s Framework for Freedom Budget for fiscal year 2023-24. The funding will be used to purchase 80 acres of land from the U.S. Air Force, which will be used to develop a military senior living community with resources and services for wounded warriors and their caregivers.

Victory Village will be located adjacent to Air Force Enlisted Village (AFEV). Plans for the community include multiple neighborhoods for 800 people to reside, a community center, a multi-denominational chapel, a fitness center and pool, walking paths, retail services, and a fire and EMS substation.

Victory Village plans to offer a continuum of care complete with onsite skilled nursing and will also be home to surviving spouses of retired enlisted service members and retired enlisted couples of all military branches of service.

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