DAV Receives $10,000 Grant from Liberty Mutual Foundation
The Liberty Mutual Foundation made a $10,000 grant to DAV.
DAV Members Awarded Congressional Gold Medal, Bronze Star
The Congressional Gold Medal, the highest honor awarded by Congress, has been bestowed upon a special group of World War II veterans in Seattle.
Processing Milestone Allows VA to Refocus on Claims Backlog
The VA’s claims system will soon be getting up to speed as it clears the gridlock of nearly 230,000 claims related to the three newest Agent Orange-related presumptive service-connected illnesses of ischemic heart disease, hairy cell and other chronic B-cell leukemia and Parkinson’s disease.
White Cane Means YIELD (continued)
White Cane Means YIELD
The incidences of blindness and age-related diseases are growing as our veteran population ages.
DAV Partners with USA Warriors Ice Hockey Program
DAV announced today a partnership with the USA Warriors Ice Hockey Program based in Rockville, Md.
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Vets Visit World War II Memorial
More than 75 World War II veterans from Kentucky and Michigan got the chance to visit the memorial honoring them in the nation’s capital, thanks to the Ford Motor Company and the Honor Flight Network.
DAV Reaches Out to Recent War Veterans
In spite of the distance and the grind of the mission, many of the soldiers recently stationed there were reminded that they weren’t forgotten and wouldn’t be left behind.
Job Skills Program Good News for Veterans
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) welcomes a new White House initiative that
will help service members and veterans get civilian credentials and licenses needed to find work in
manufacturing and other high-skills jobs.
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