DAV


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DAV

abbr.
Disabled American Veterans

D.A.V.

or DAV,

Disabled American Veterans.
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On the second dav the road rose steeply to a grass spur above the forest; and it was here, about sunset, that they came across an aged lama - but they called him a bonze - sitting cross-legged above a mysterious chart held down by stones, which he was explaining to a young man, evidently a neophyte, of singular, though unwashen, beauty.
He is a DAV life member of Chapter 10 in Mankato, Minn., and is an active leader in his chapter.
Beyond supporting the collective voice of the organization, DAV and Auxiliary members can earn recruiting points based on the method and number of veterans they recruit.
Membership impacts virtually every DAV program, and in turn, many of the services that we provide help attract new members.
"The DAV Member Advantages program allows us to partner with corporations who give our members discounts," said National Membership Director Doug Wells.
"DAV was instrumental in helping to increase my VA disability benefits over time, and you never asked for anything in return," he said.
WRITE TO US Please send feedback to DAV Magazine, 3725 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, KY 41076, or via email to feedback@dav.org.
But did you know that you're also helping fellow veterans with your DAV membership dues?
An estate gift to DAV is one of many ways you can support the disabled men and women who served and sacrificed so very much.
Texas representatives of the company Teleperformance raised more than $15,000 on behalf of DAV through benefits and fundraisers.
Like many of DAV's donors, the Jaffins feel an unwavering obligation to support the brave men and women who have sacrificed so much.
He currently serves as the vice chairman for DAV's board of directors.