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DAV Chapter Commander

DAV Leader Makes A Difference

Air Force veteran and DAV Chapter Commander Cathy Magnuson was profiled as making a difference in her community for serving veterans – especially those with health issues.




Forget the Easy Answers...

Rob Reynolds

A bone-crushing parachute mishap caused the service-connected disability that led Rob Reynolds from the Army to DAV.

As you well know, there are no easy answers for veterans like Rob – or you. But through DAV, you’ve found the best source to give and get 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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Hall of Famer: 'Service Before Self'

Hall of Famer: "Service Before Self"

After giving a new wheelchair to a veteran amputee, retired Chief Master Sergeant John Burden pointed to his heart, saying, “I got compensated right here. His service earned him a place in the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame. 

DAV Auxiliary Sets Agenda

DAV Auxiliary Sets Agenda

The DAV Auxiliary Fall Conference set the stage and the theme of the new year: a strong united front between DAV and the Auxiliary when it comes to advocacy for veterans and their families.


Site Helps Veteran Parents

The Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs developed an online site to help veterans and service members with parenting. Modules on the site cover such challenges as deployments and family reintegration.

Providing for Homeless Vets

Providing for Homeless Veteran Families

Through its donations of school supplies and hygienic items, a Florida DAV Chapter hopes to alleviate the stress homeless veterans and their school-age children feel about providing for basic needs.

VA Recruits New Housing for Veterans

VA Recruits New Housing for Veterans

With long-term care needs rising among veterans, particularly those from the Vietnam and World War II eras, the VA likes the Green House Homes model as an alternative to nursing homes.

New Year for Veterans

New Year for Veterans!

Every new year brings with it the promise of a fresh start, something many ill and injured veterans think they can only dream of.

Thanks for keeping the promise of veterans helping veterans - as a DAV member!

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