Current Headlines

  • 28Jul

    It’s academic

    VA partnership with medical students means top care Like most VA doctors, Dr. B. Price Kerfoot wears many hats. A staff urologist at the VA Boston Healthcare System, he’s also an associate professor of surgery at Harvard Medical…

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  • 23Jul

    After four combat deployments, Marine turns to DAV

    Robert Sherman knew it was time to worry about himself after repeatedly putting it all on the line in Iraq. Injured at war in Iraq, Robert Sherman didn’t dwell on his pain. “You just don’t think about it. You stay vigilant…

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  • 21Jul

    DAV 5K Returns to San Diego

    Run, Walk, Roll or Ride in Honor of Our Nation’s Veterans this November! San Diego, Ca. – On Saturday, November 7, DAV (Disabled American Veterans) will hold its second annual DAV 5K at 8:30 a.m. at NTC Park at Liberty Station…

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  • 21Jul

    DAV 5K Returns to Cincinnati

    Run, Walk, Roll or Ride in Honor of Our Nation’s Veterans this November! Cincinnati, Oh. – On Saturday, November 7, DAV (Disabled American Veterans) will hold its second annual DAV 5K at 8:30 a.m. at Sawyer Park in downtown…

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  • 21Jul

    DAV Announces Inaugural DAV 5K in Atlanta

    Run, Walk, Roll or Ride in Honor of Our Nation’s Veterans this November! Atlanta, Ga. – On Saturday, November 14, DAV (Disabled American Veterans) will hold its first Atlanta-based DAV 5K at 8:30 a.m. at Piedmont Park. Join…

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  • 21Jul

    July 2015 Sacramento All Veterans Job Fair

            Aerospace Museum of California 3200 Freedom Park Drive McClellan Park, CA  95652 July 23, 2015 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 21Jul

    REBOOT: Ford focuses on women veterans

    Longtime DAV partner works toaddress growing needs in theveterans community Roughly 200,000 women are expected to leave military service in the next four to five years, withmany unsure of the future that awaits them after their…

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  • 20Jul

    DAV 1.3: The push for new membership landmark

    Though membership in other established veterans service organizations has been on the decline, DAV – which has maintained and even seen growth over the past decade – is pushing toward a new membership goal. “We could possibly…

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  • 16Jul

    Bataan Death March survivor shares experience

    DAV life member Lester Tenney reflects on the forced POW march that left thousands of his fellow American service members dead during World War II. After learning what Lester Tenney endured in April 1942 and for more than three…

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  • 16Jul

    DAV opposes age restrictions for Veterans Individual Unemployability benefits

    DAV testified this week before the House Veterans Affairs’ Committee in opposition of new proposed age standards for determining eligibility for veterans’ individual unemployability (IU) benefits. In June, the Government Accountability…

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