Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
From Job Seeker, to Job Recruiter; Service, On and Off the Battlefield; A Grieving Widow Finds Help
Scott Hughes, who was hired by Waffle House
® at a Dayton Career Fair, returned to a Cincinnati event to hire others.
A look at Michael Harmon, his service to our country, and the work he's done since returning home.
MORE NEWS FROM DAV
After her husband Ronson Eads took his own life after battling PTSD, his widow Lorrene Eads turned to DAV for help.
We are pleased to announce an exciting new relationship between DAV and United Services Automobile Association (USAA).
Registration is now open in three cities - including for the first time Atlanta.
DAV Member Vince Dec is recognized for his life of service, including working with DAV.
The Oklahoma DAV had 250 attendants needing help with VA Benefits Claims.
A look at DAV's role with the Department of Veterans Affairs Purchased Health Care Streamlining & Modernization Act.
After the Fireworks End …
Independence Day has passed, but the patriotism it celebrated is more crucial than ever. Now that the barbeques and fireworks are over, we must continue to keep America aware of our fellow veterans and their families though our involvement in DAV.
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) | P.O. Box 14301 | Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301
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