We are currently in the process of mailing out the Department of Texas Directory and Constitution & Bylaws. Two copies of each will be sent to each chapter and unit. Some of you may already have received them. If you are interested in additional copies they can be ordered online. The cost is minimal and […]
The Chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, the Honorable Jeff Miller, introduced H.R. 5620, the VA Accountability First and Appeals Modernization Act of 2016.
A letter from National Adjutant J. Marc Burgess
By organizing and accessing your medical records, the VA Blue Button helps you better manage your health care needs and communicate with your health care team.
The membership year has begun with a goal of 68,000 members for the fiscal year 2016 – 2017, but, numbers are not the only goal we have in membership We must, at all levels, set a goal to recruit more members that will be active and serve our veterans. Service to veterans and their families […]
COMMITMENT TO SERVICE FULFILLING OUR PROMISES TO THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVED Thank you for continuing to stand with over 68,000 members of the Department of Texas-Disabled American Veterans as we fulfill our promises to the men and women who served. We just completed our 95th National DAV Convention which was held in Atlanta, […]
Brenham, Chapter 139, Commander Robert Squyres accepts Frank Webb award on behalf of the chapter. The award was presented by Department Commander Jay Johnson at the Department Convention held in June of 2016. For the 2016-2017 FY, Mr. Squyres serves as Senior Vice Commander for the Department of Texas. Learn more about Mr. Squyres and […]
Congratulations to all our Chapters for all your hard work. We worked hard to earn this award at Our National Convention.
VA Voluntary Services Lifetime Achievement Award
For a boat load of fantastic DAVA learning experiences and fun to boot, please make arrangements to attend the 2017 Annual State School of Instruction.
To download the new member orientation documents, visit dav.org/membership/members/new-members and log in with your DAV membership number.
When new members are properly informed, they are more likely to feel comfortable with the organization and become actively involved in Chapter activities right away. A properly oriented member is also one who is most likely to remain in DAV for years.
I would like to introduce myself. My name is John Hicks and I am a retired Army Veteran (Sergeant First Class (E7)) of 22 years. I am currently the Senior Vice Commander of DAV Chapter 17 in Universal City. I am married and have three children and two grandchildren and another on the way expected in November.