February is the perfect time to share your deepest affection with all disabled American veterans—whether they fought in the cold mountains of Korea or braved the desert heat of Iraq.
Embrace our heroes this Valentine's Day when you send your thanks through the DAV!
|Reaching Out to Change the Lives of the Wounded! |
Arthur H. Wilson,
Disabled American Veterans
Local Chapter Honors Purple Heart Recipient
|Like many heroes who receive the Purple Heart, Branden Stackenwalt doesn't remember the award ceremony after he was wounded in Afghanistan. But Branden's local DAV chapter put things right by honoring his sacrifices in front of friends and family.|
Needed Information for the Newly Wounded!
|A recent benefits seminar at Walter Reed Army Medical Center illustrates how the DAV is reaching out to the sick and injured veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq — and how the GE Foundaton plays an essential role in this nationwide effort. |
Congress Expands Post 9/11 G.I. Bill Benefits
|Thanks to the hard work of the DAV and its supporters, Congress made vital improvements to the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill at the end of the last session. The new legislation provides more opportunities for vocational training, expands eligibility for National Guard members, and provides severely injured veterans with more time to use their benefits.|
DAV Focuses on Care for Women Veterans
|Committed to reversing longstanding inequality among service members, the DAV joined other groups to host a forum on VA healthcare for women veterans. DAV National Adjutant Art Wilson declared that "the DAV is determined to work with the VA to provide these women with the excellent care they earned through their sacrifice."|
Celebrate Black Heroes & Their Love of Liberty
|From the Revolutionary War to the present day, African-Americans have proudly served our nation. During Black History Month, learn more about the story of these troops. |
Show Your Appreciation for Heroes This Valentine's Day!
|As troops bravely continue a dangerous fight in Afghanistan, they need our appreciation and gratitude more than ever! Honor the men and women fighting for freedom as you care for those who have come home wounded from war. Make your Valentine's Day gift of $25 ... $50 ... $100 or more now!|