• 07Aug2014

    DAV Recognizes VA Employees for Their Remarkable Service to Veterans and Their Families

    “The recipients of these awards represent the best among the best of veterans’ advocates. They go above and beyond inserving the men and women who sacrificed for this nation. This isn’t just a job for them; they’re fulfilling…

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  • 05Aug2014

    DAV Names Phoenix-Area Army Veteran The 2014 Outstanding Disabled Veteran Of The Year

    Vietnam veteran Roger K. Ferland, of Phoenix, has been named DAV’s Outstanding Disabled Veteran of the Year. In 1968, Ferland was diverted from law school when he was drafted into the Army. Sent to Vietnam, he first served as a squad…

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  • 31Jul2014

    Columbia Trust Helps "Spread the Wealth"

    When Chapters and Departments lack sufficient funds to provide direct services and special programs for injured and ill veterans, DAV’s Columbia Trust can be a valuable resource. Chapters and Departments that have excess funds…

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  • 29Jul2014

    Turning The Page

    Veteran Assisted by DAV Pays It Forward Before penning a book on entrepreneurship and graduating from the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) program, Michael Bluemling encountered DAV. The assistance…

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  • 28Jul2014

    DAV Statement on the VA Conference Committee Agreement

    Washington, DC – DAV (Disabled American Veterans), a leading veteran service organization with over 1.2 million members, released the following statement by the Executive Director of its Washington Headquarters, Garry Augustine,…

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  • 25Jul2014

    Atlanta All Veterans Job Fair

            Georgia Dome One Georgia Dome Drive, NW Atlanta, GA  30313 October 30, 2014 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 24Jul2014

    Polytrauma and TBI

    How a Decade of War Has Changed Treatment More than a decade of war has dramatically changed the way polytrauma (PT) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are treated in America’s veterans returning home with these life-changing…

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  • 23Jul2014

    DAV Calls on Congress to Fully Fund the VA

    Chairman Sanders, Chairman Miller, Ranking Member Burr, Ranking Member Michaud: Last week, Acting Secretary Sloan Gibson appeared before the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee to discuss the progress made by the Department of Veterans…

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  • 22Jul2014

    DAV: VA Reforms Must Go Beyond Short-Term, Short-Sighted Fixes

    Veterans deserve an end to the ongoing threat posed by budget gimmicks and political gamesmanship As Congress holds a confirmation hearing this week for President Obama’s nomination for Veterans’ Affairs Secretary, Robert…

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  • 22Jul2014

    Empowering America’s Heroes

    The journey from injury to recovery is not complete until a veteran is able to find meaning in life. For those who are able, that means getting back to work to care for their families. The importance of helping them accomplish…

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