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VA Testing Mobile App

The key to the Department of Veterans Affairs' new model of patient care fits in the palm of your hand.

The VA has recently been field testing a vairety of mobile apps designed to extend the reach of services to veterans.

At a DAV demonstration, Assistant National Legislative Director Adrian Atizado called the app program, "a very effective tool for both caregivers and veterans to keep track of important health data and to transmit that information directly to their health care team.”

 

Spotlight

DAV Member Earns Top Honors for Generosity

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Robert Weinstein’s devotion began when he became ill after service as a World War II aerial gunner. He turned to DAV for help and never turned away.

Twenty years ago, Robert Weinstein and his wife vowed to give DAV anything they could spare, and now Robert is DAV’s largest-ever living donor outside of the organization’s charitable gift annuity program.

You’re another critical member of DAV, making sure crucial DAV services are available for our ill and injured veterans. Happy New Year to you!

 

You can make a difference in the lives of our nation’s injured veterans!

Need help filing your VA claims? Turn to your local DAV office.

Join your fellow wounded veterans and become a member of DAV today.

Stand by our veterans and give the gift of your time.

Anyone can support the families of our heroes. Learn about DAVA today!

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HP Shares Prize With DAV

Information technology corporation Hewlett-Packard (HP) recently donated $150,000 to DAV, from the $495,000 award it earned for taking third place in a VA contest that challenged the tech industry to improve VA medical appointment scheduling.  

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Holiday Care, the DAV Way

In just one example of what DAV Chapters and Auxiliary Units across America did for veterans and their families during the 2013 holidays, Arizona’s Fry Chapter 14 created gift bags for low-income veterans. 

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DAV Opens Center for Homeless Veterans

After three years in the making, the Southwest New Mexico Transition Center opened to provide food, clothing, referrals and paperwork preparation assistance to homeless veterans.

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DAV Member Driven to Serve

Navy veteran Gene Lister, 86, has logged 700,000 miles as a volunteer thus far, and aims to mark 1 million miles driving veterans to their doctor appointments as part of DAV’s Volunteer Transportation Network.

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Job Fair Attracts Veterans

More than 125 veterans filed into the DAV Chapter in Jacksonville, N.C., recently for a job fair hosted by DAV and a county career center. There, 40 employers provided hope and job offers to veterans.

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Preserving War Stories

Veterans of all wars recently told their stories for The Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project. Court reporters were on hand to transcribe the tales that the project will preserve for future generations.

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Soldier's Bronze Star

A DAV commander tracked down the Bronze Star a soldier earned 68 years ago in World War II. The medal for courage might not have been discovered were it not for one casual conversation.

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Resolve To Keep Promises

Your fellow veterans will continue to count on the DAV, your organization and mine, during this new year. Thank you for the help offered by your membership!

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