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DAV Members Set Their Course

DAV Members Set Their Course

During a meeting at our annual convention, our own members decided the DAV’s goals for the year ahead. While there, National Commander Joseph Johnston, left, introduced new VA head Robert McDonald.

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Vet of the Year: “Saved for a Purpose”

Roger FerlandDAV named Roger Ferland its Outstanding Disabled Veteran of 2014. The lawyer, who set up free legal clinics for veterans, has a wonderful sense of humor, says his daughter, and is “really, really good at coping with setbacks.”

You too help your brother and sister veterans cope with setbacks through your membership in DAV.

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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DAV 5K

DAV 5K Registration Now Open!

The DAV 5K will be held in two cities over Veterans Day weekend in 2014. Join us in Cincinnati or San Diego for this exciting event that raises critical funds for ill and injured veterans. Learn more at www.dav5k.org!

Veterans Promised Timely Healthcare

Veterans Promised Timely Healthcare

DAV responds to the recent passage of the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act, calling it a welcome first step in restoring the confidence and capacity of the VA to properly care for veterans.

Immobile Vet Gets a Lift

Immobile Vet Gets a Lift

When DAV members heard a veteran’s mobility issues confined him to his basement, they stepped in to install a donated chair lift. Now the veteran can safely get upstairs to dine with his wife.

Shirley Kosisky

DAV Auxiliary Member of the Year

Shirley Kosisky co-founded Transitional Living Communities, a program for homeless veterans and their families, and has combatted drug abuse in her state. Shirley was recently named the DAV Auxiliary’s Outstanding Member of the Year.

Triathlon Raises 40K for DAV

Triathlon Raises 40K for DAV

Swimming, running, and biking athletes in the Willow Creek Triathlon raised $40,139 to provide another kind of transportation for our fellow veterans: DAV’s free rides to their medical appointments.

DAV Helps Widow Keep House

DAV Helps Widow Keep House

After losing her veteran husband and nearly her home, a widow learned DAV helps spouses and families like her. DAV National Service Officer Jason Zielke helped turn her life around.

In Their Own Voices

In Their Own Voices

In its series Unbroken Soldiers, the INSP cable network, in collaboration with DAV, has begun airing veterans’ inspiring stories about their road to recovery.

The Cost of Independence

Patriot Day, September 11

As we observed Patriot Day on 9/11, we remembered that ours is not a world at peace. As you well know, those reminders are a daily fact of life for veterans hurt in conflicts, both recent and long-ago.

But you provide the help your fellow veterans need every day through your DAV membership.

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