• 25Feb2015

    2015 New York All Veterans Job Fair

            New Yorker Hotel 481 Eighth Avenue New York, NY  10001 February 26, 2015 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 24Feb2015

    Auxiliary National Commander to be honored at Twin Cities testimonial

    A testimonial dinner to honor Auxiliary National Commander LeeAnn Karg is scheduled for April 11 at the Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. The hotel is in close proximity to both the Minneapolis/St.…

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  • 24Feb2015

    All-America City To Host DAV Commander’s Testimonial

    North Carolina’s rolling hills and forests will provide a picturesque landscape for the testimonial honoring the leadership of National Commander Ron Hope. This year’s event takes place Saturday, May 2, at the Embassy Suites…

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  • 19Feb2015

    Black History Month 2015: Remembering the Red Ball Express

    African American members of the World War II Red Ball Express repair a 2.5-ton truck while a crewman at a machine gun keeps watch for the enemy. Photo courtesy Army Transportation Museum. The night is moonless, you’re in a foreign…

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  • 19Feb2015

    Income a spouse can depend on

    Lifetime member leaves behind double legacy Meet Lorene Call. Lorene is a wonderfully pleasant 92-year-old Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA) donor and annuitant. She benefits from fixed monthly payments generated by the CGA that she and her husband…

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  • 17Feb2015

    Dayton All Veterans Job Fair

            Wright State University’s Nutter Center 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway Fairborn, OH  45324 February 19, 2015 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 13Feb2015

    Have a financial plan before transitioning

    DAV Employment Director Jeff Hall compares preparing for the challenging transition from uniformed member to civilian status much like entering a battlefield environment. “Modern military science dictates you wouldn’t, if at all possible,…

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  • 12Feb2015

    Volunteerism goes back to nation’s founding

    America is deeply rooted in the spirit of volunteerism. At many points throughout our history, it has been volunteers freely giving their time and energy that yielded monumental victories. The same is true for DAV. John Kleindienst,…

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  • 12Feb2015

    VA charts course to regain trust

    When VA Secretary Robert McDonald took over the department reins this past July, he set forth on a path to improve customer service, alter or eliminate lagging business practices, and regain the trust of veterans across the country.…

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  • 12Feb2015

    Backlog Dropping as DAV Service Officers Help

    Just a few years ago the Department of Veterans Affairs was facing one million first-time VA benefits claims that were unresolved for more than 125 days. DAV, which represented veterans in more than 340,000 benefits claims last…

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