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DAV Commander Addresses Congress

DAV National Commander Joe Johnston recently presented powerful testimony before Congressional committees, demanding non-partisan action to help veterans who came home ill and injured from our armed forces.




DAV Helped Inspired Him to Serve


Joe Quig decided to pass along the great help he and his family got from DAV by helping other ill and injured veterans get the care and benefits they earned. If you know a veteran who could use the kind of benefits help Joe got through DAV, why not forward this newsletter to show how DAV can help!


You can make a difference in the lives of our nation’s injured veterans!

Need help filing your VA claims? Turn to your local DAV office.

Join your fellow wounded veterans and become a member of DAV today.

Stand by our veterans and give the gift of your time.

Anyone can support the families of our heroes. Learn about DAVA today!

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Veteran Driver Knows the Way

Recently, Navy veteran Don Schumacher was praised for 20 years of volunteer service, driving more than 160,000 miles so veterans could get medical care. “Some of these guys don’t have a way to get to the hospital,” said Don. 


Member Benefit Spotlight: NorthAmerican and Allied Van Lines

As a DAV member, your service and commitment to our country are greatly appreciated. NorthAmerican and Allied Van Lines would like to thank you with discounts on interstate moving, packing, and storage services.  


Chapter Drops in on Forgotten Vets

Members of one DAV Chapter visited 30 ‘forgotten veterans’ in area nursing homes and long-term care facilities recently – just one example of DAV service in local communities like yours.


Auxiliary Sends Its Love

A DAV Auxiliary Unit delivered 1,300 Valentines to veterans in a VA Hospital in Pittsburgh. It took a month for the Auxiliary to pull together this thoughtful surprise for veteran patients.


Bank Deposits $5,000 for DAV

Liberty Bank chose DAV in Connecticut to receive a $5,000 gift made in honor of the bank’s customers and employees. The bank makes a donation every year to a local nonprofit organization.


Our Flag was Still There

Eighty-three years ago this month, Congress named the Star-Spangled Banner our national anthem. As our banner yet waves, your DAV membership shows your loyalty to fellow veterans who defended the land of the free and the home of the brave. Thank you for the understanding support you provide as a DAV member!

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