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  • 20May

    Helping hands

    Veteran farmer Rick Hayes delivers a load of compost to volunteers from Total Quality Logistics for building crop beds in the Turner Farm Veteran Garden near Cincinnati April 6. Over 30 volunteers spent three hours helping Hayes…

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  • 16May

    The future of health care

    VA psychologist Dr. Jonathan Hessinger (left) counsels Mark and Bonnie Doyle via telehealth. A secure internet connection and cameras allow Hessinger and Mark to have counseling sessions when Mark is feeling too ill to be driven…

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  • 15May

    Omaha Veterans job fair, Thursday, May 16, 2019

          CHI Health Center 455 North 10th Street Omaha, NE  68102 May 16, 2019 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 15May

    Milwaukee Veterans job fair, Thursday, May 16, 2019

          Miller Park One Brewers Way Milwaukee, WI  53214 May 16, 2019 11:00am – 3:00pm Register here

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  • 14May

    DAV supports “fourth administration” to handle transition benefits

    Lawmakers have reintroduced plans to create a fourth administration within the VA to handle veterans education, transition and employment benefits and services, aiming to improve oversight on programs like the Forever GI Bill,…

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  • 14May

    DAV fights to end harassment of women veterans at the VA

    Many women veterans do not feel welcome or safe at Department of Veterans Affairs health facilities, as confirmed by a VA study published in the Journal of Women’s Health Issues. The study found that one in four women reported…

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  • 14May

    Five ways to capitalize on DAV’s job fairs

    Opportunities abound at DAV/RecruitMilitary All Veterans Job Fairs—in fact, since 2014, there have been more than 132,000 job offers made to attendees. But, how do you identify the opportunities that are best suited for you,…

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  • 14May

    Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

    Oscar Masters Four DAV advocates appeal WWII-era veteran’s claim decades after his injury flew under the radar. 94-year-old Oscar Masters will never forget training as a bombardier during World War II—especially the roaring…

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  • 13May

    VSO Letter Supporting HR 299, Bluewater Navy Legislation

    The Honorable Mark Takano, Chairman House Veterans’ Affairs Committee 335 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 The Honorable Phil Roe, Ranking Member House Veterans’ Affairs Committee 333 Cannon House Office Building Washington,…

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  • 07May

    Family Affair

    Donald and Donnie Reed at Donnie’s Army basic training graduation at Fort Benning, Ga., in May 2009. Father’s DAV service helps provide camaraderie, benefits to veteran son in need Like any young teenager, Donnie Reed wasn’t…

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