• 19Mar2014

    MSOs Hit the Road, Add Stops to Campuses

    As much of the nation thaws out from a historical winter, DAV’s fleet of  “offices on wheels” is getting back on the road, bringing the organization’s top-notch service to veterans in smaller towns and rural communities. DAV’s…

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  • 19Mar2014

    Passion Fuels DAV Volunteers

    The volunteers who make up the DAV Voluntary Services Program are a testament to true passion and patriotism. It’s passion that compels a neighbor to give back to the veterans who served their nation and community by being a volunteer…

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  • 18Mar2014

    DAV, Others Urge $72.9 Billion Investment in Health Care, Benefits

    For the 28th consecutive year, DAV has joined with other organizations to create the veteran community’s most comprehensive budget and policy document: The Independent Budget (IB). While the Department of Veterans Affairs continues…

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  • 17Mar2014

    DAV Airshow Outreach

    The DAV Airshow Outreach Program was developed to increase public awareness of disabled veterans and to serve veterans in communities across the nation. Using two B-25 medium bombers, the program reminds the public of the sacrifices…

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  • 13Mar2014

    Women’s History Month

    March is National Women’s History Month, but its roots go back to March 8, 1857, when women from New York City factories staged a protest over working conditions. International Women’s Day was first observed in 1909,…

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  • 13Mar2014

    NSO Expedites Claim, Veteran Pays it Forward

    As a research psychologist, Paul Bartone deployed all around the world during his time in the Army. After honorably serving his country for 25 years, Bartone looked forward to enjoying a relaxing retirement with his family. His plans…

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  • 12Mar2014

    VA Funding Again Falls Short of Need

    President Obama has signed a $1.1 trillion omnibus bill that will keep the government funded through the end of September, preventing a potential shutdown. It calls for $63.2 billion, plus more than $3 billion in collections,…

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  • 11Mar2014

    DAV Ky. Chap. 19, Home Depot Lead Efforts to Help Veteran Recover from Storm

    COLD SPRING, Ky. – A retired Air Force veteran who suffered major damage to his home during the latest round of severe winter weather is receiving much-needed assistance from DAV (Disabled American Veterans) volunteers and the Home…

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  • 11Mar2014

    Veterans Courts

    The VA and justice system team up to rehabilitate veterans across the nation. Since the Revolutionary War, brave men and women have raised their right hands and taken an oath to protect and defend their country—often at great…

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  • 10Mar2014

    Mentoring through Membership

    I was sitting in yet another “mandatory fun” briefing in the base theater wishing the crowd would stop asking the visiting panelists, all retired officers or senior non-commissioned officers, questions so I could go back to work. But,…

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