Current Headlines

  • 20Nov

    DAV Study Highlighting Women Veterans’ Issues Paves Way for Change

    As the United States’ longest war winds down, tens of thousands of American veterans are returning home to a war-weary, yet grateful nation. Welcomehome ceremonies, yellow ribbons and smiling families reunited with their fathers,…

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  • 19Nov

    VRA Offers Preferential Hiring for Veterans

    As our nation slowly de-escalates from wartime operations overseas, many veterans will confront the very challenging experience of transitioning from the profession of arms into another. One law veterans may take advantage of is Veterans’…

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  • 19Nov

    Seattle All Veterans Job Fair

            Safeco Field 1250 1st Avenue South Seattle, WA  98134 November 20, 2014 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 18Nov

    VSO Letters on Advance Appropriations

    VSO Letter to Majority Leader Reid on Advance Appropriations Vote – November 13, 2014 The Honorable Harry Reid Senate Majority Leader S-221 Capitol Building Washington, DC 20510 Dear Majority Leader Reid: As leaders of America’s…

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  • 18Nov

    New Training Platform To Enhance DAV Representation

    DAV is taking a major step forward to maintain its standing as the best provider of representation for veterans and families by providing a new, interactive training platform. By employing emerging technologies, DAV’s already…

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  • 13Nov

    The DAV Auxiliary 2014 Fall Conference

    The 66th annual DAV Auxiliary Fall Conference was held Sept. 25–27 in Lexington, Ky., with an enthusiastic group of attendees committed to serving veterans and their families. “The total care of veteran families, including…

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  • 13Nov

    Punctuating Service and Sacrifices

    From the National Membership Director, Anthony L. Baskerville When we communicate about particular periods of time, we tend to separate dates with the tiny and seemingly inconsequential “dash.” But sometimes the dash is the most…

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  • 12Nov

    Transitioning out of Uniform and in to DAV

    Our nation’s armed forces are in a massive draw down as we draw down from more than a decade of war. In fact, in reading the daily news I’ve found stories of men and women in uniform being sent the “pink slip” even while…

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  • 12Nov

    The Spirit of Giving

    I just finished reading a brief biography of a figure probably familiar to many of you – Mahatma Gandhi, the civil rights activist from India. He pioneered the concepts of “protest and resistance without violence,” which…

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  • 12Nov

    Veterans on Wall Street

    Veteran-owned firm commits to hire and train those who served An institutional brokerage firm has made a commitment to hire veterans and train them for careers in finance. Drexel Hamilton LLC currently employs 39  veterans, 21 of whom…

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