• Free entrepreneurship boot camp for Veterans, spouses

    DAV's Patriot Boot Camp is dedicated to providing Veterans a renewed purpose and ability to contribute to our economy through entrepreneurship.

  • Winter Clinic: “A disability doesn’t define us. It is just a part of us.”

    Army, Coast Guard, Veteran amputee Gayle-Jayne Allyson completed her first Winter Clinic run in a bi-ski at Snowmass Village in Colorado.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Stanley C. Ashford

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Stanley C. Ashford, who served as a paratrooper and senior noncommissioned officer.

  • Disabled American Veterans take White Ribbon VA pledge

    Veterans at the Disabled American Veterans’ Women Veterans Seminar took White Ribbon pledge to end harassment and sexual assault.

  • VA family and caregiver resources

    Family members of Veterans are currently facing two challenges – supporting the Veteran they love with all they are thinking and feeling and coping with their own thoughts and feelings. VA has resources and information for both of these challenges.

  • Nearly every death from COVID-19 is preventable: SecVA

    Nearly every COVID-19 death in the Veteran community and U.S. as a whole is entirely preventable through getting a vaccine, VA Secretary Denis McDonough said July 31 at the DAV National Convention in Tampa.

  • DAV volunteers clean, highlight American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial

    In a sign of pre-pandemic times, Disabled American Veterans volunteers met May 22 to clean the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington, D.C.

  • 35th Annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic

    The 35th Annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic will look a bit different but the mission remains the same. This year’s five-day event, sponsored by VA and DAV, will be held virtually.

  • The Mother Teresa of recreation therapy has retired

    Joyce Casey, a Spinal Cord Injury recreation therapist, has saved and changed the lives of thousands of paralyzed Veterans.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Centra “Cece” Mazyck

    During Black History Month, today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Centra “Cece” Mazyck, who became a Paralympian following a parachute accident.

  • World War II Purple Heart Veteran, 95, says “Each day is a gift”

    Army Veteran Bob Levine was hesitant about telling his family that he had been wounded and captured and that his foot had been amputated. He considers “each day a gift” and sends Veterans to VA.

  • Columbia VA receives van dedicated to WW II hero

    Celebrities are accustomed to their faces on billboards and buses, but for retired Army Major Albert Hamilton, it was a bit overwhelming to see his image painted on a donated van dedicated to him.

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