Leading The Way Brochure

For injured and ill veterans from all eras, the road to recovery presents the challenge of living the rest of their days with permanent disabilities.

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Living With Traumatic Stress: You Are Not Alone

After combat, service members demobilize and put away their weapons, turn in their ammunition and body armor and fold away their camouflage. In returning home, they also need to peel off layers of personal and collective behaviors that have protected them from danger and kept them functional and safe during deployments to theaters of military operation.

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DAV General Brochure

DAV is a leading nonprofit that provides to veterans of all generations a lifetime of support—at no cost to them—so they can reach their personal victories.

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My Story – One of Hope and Inspiration

Sharing your story of service and sacrifice takes a special courage, but in doing so, you can provide a true service to your fellow veterans. Family members, volunteers and supporters are also encouraged to participate. To share your story, visit mystory.dav.org or mail this form to DAV National Headquarters.

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Forget Me Nots

The first DAV Forget-Me-Not drive was held in 1926, to raise funds for services and assistance for veterans of the first World War. It is a symbol that commemorates those fallen in war, while promising the hope of renewal. For nearly 100 years, this small blue flower of remembrance has been the staple of Chapter-level fundraising to support local disabled veterans.

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Flag Procedure

Nothing evokes such strong emotion as seeing the flag of our nation unfurl. It is a symbol for the love and pride, a poignant reminder that we live in a country that values freedom above all else, upholding democracy and working for peace throughout the world. Download How to Honor and Display the American Flag for the right ways to handle, preserve and fly “Old Glory.”

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