DAV (Disabled American Veterans)
Have you promised to take a moment on Memorial Day to remember the courageous men and women who gave their lives for our freedom?
Nearly 400 injured veterans and active-duty military members participated in the 31st National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic.
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Marine veteran Jason Barbiere returned from duty with severe back injuries and PTSD. He found the confidence and the help he needed to adjust to civilian life with DAV.
Once given 24 hours to live, Adam Greathouse has made amazing strides. He was recognized with the award for outstanding courage and achievement.
Concerned for the difficulties her fellow veterans face, Army Col. Charlene Holt made a legacy gift to DAV to ensure the organization continues to provide expert help.
After 17 years of service, and four tours in Iraq, veteran Ron Kirby realized it was time to pursue his dreams. New opportunities arose at a DAV|RecruitMilitary veteran career fair.
As we prepare to honor our nation's fallen heroes this Memorial Day, please remember that scores of our nation's veterans are preparing to do the same. A gift in their honor will empower DAV to support these veterans as they remember those they have lost in war.