DAV: The Startup!
The hard fact's of history brought about the DAV's creation. But compassion and service have been the tools that made our organization what it is today. A great deal has changed since the DAV was founded, but this much has remained the same; those who return from war must have men and women waiting for them at home who will stand with them as they work to take back their lives. Through DAV, Veterans and civilians alike can fully express their appreciation and concern form those who have risked so much for our country.
DAV: Past, Present, Future!
The DAV Works for those who answered the Call!
Works to assist in the nation's wartime sick and disabled veterans and their dependents.
Provides benefits counseling and Veteran's Administration claims representative. Mission
Providing free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Okay, so say it’s Veterans Day and you’re a veteran and you’ve been waiting in line all morning to get your free meal at Applebee’s. But then you suddenly realize that you forgot to bring a copy of your DD-214, and you don’t have a Department of Veterans Affairs health…
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A veterans organization is suing the Pentagon for exposing private details about troops’ military service on “a truly massive scale,” due to lax security on one of its websites.
Correction: This story has been updated to reflect that Vietnam Veterans of America had a female commander in the 1980s. WASHINGTON — Nine years ago, when Army veteran Delphine Metcalf-Foster went to her local Veterans Affairs hospital for a knee replacement, she asked her doctors if they would use…
DFAS-SmartDocs@mail.mil To email@example.com Aug 8 at 8:45 PM Attention all retirees and annuitants, The Defense Finance and Accounting Service’s addresses changed effective May 1, 2017. The old addresses are being discontinued and will be replaced by addresses in Indianapolis. The new addresses are:
Not all service-connected medical conditions and injuries are incurred or exacerbated in the performance of military duties. For example, a qualifying injury can occur when a service member was at home or on leave, and a qualifying medical condition, such as multiple sclerosis, can develop independently of a service member’s military…