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The main focus of this organization is to preserve the memory of the Women’s Army Corps and to offer a social outlet for its members.
This group was formed in 1979 and is intended for any women who have worked in the Sea Services such as the Navy, Marines Corps, or Coast Guard.
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The group was founded in 1899 just after the Spanish-American war. The group helped with the passage of the GI Bill for the 21stcentury as well as improving VA hospitals nationwide.
P.O. Box 3870, Silverdale, WA 98383
The group comprises all submarine veterans who enjoy the camaraderie of their fellow submariner veterans.
21 Colonial Way, Rehoboth, MA 02769
A tax-exempt organization that is both social and volunteer-oriented. It consists of members who served on or are interested in Navy Cruisers.
One Constitution Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20002
The association has been devoted to protecting the rights and benefits of Reservist Officers for more than ninety years.
P.O. Box 1213, Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Open to any veterans who want to join, this group provides a social outlet for veterans and was formed just after the first World War.
801 Eighteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006
The group works to bring quality health care to paralyzed veterans as well as bringing a better quality of life within the workplace.
509 N Washington Street, De Pere, WI, 54115
Chartered by Congress in 1940, the organization lets veterans voice their opinions about National Defense and the Navy within the group.
435 North Lee Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
John J. Pershing originally established the association in 1919 and now the organization operates by hosting youth programs, and by funding and supporting ROTC programs.
P.O. Box 49, Annandale, VA 22003
Formed in 1932, the organization protects the interests of veterans who have earned the Purple Heart. The association also protects the families of veterans as well.
P.O. Box 7056 Arlington, VA, 22207
Founded in 1925 and chartered by Congress in 1950, the association represents chaplains, chaplain assistants, and faith leaders. The group also has forums to discuss chaplains in the military.
P.O. Box 3070 Merrifield, VA 22116
Incorporated in 1937, this coalition provides scholarship programs for veterans and the Wounded Marines program that helps marines in hospitals nationwide.
P.O. Box 407 Charleston, IL 61920
The association’s website provides a list of Korean War memorials, MIA Family Outreach programs, VA benefits, and other websites of interest.
1811 R Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
In addition to promoting the Jewish faith, the group is used to support veterans as well as their families. The association also has programs that support patriotism and Jewish identity.
c/o Gerald Yamada, JAVA President 10316 Mountington Ct., Vienna, VA 22182
The association works to perpetuate the memories of deceased Japanese American veterans as well as providing help to surviving veterans and their families.
Attn: George Le Porte 72 Oswego Street, Baldwinsville, NY 13027
Federally chartered in 1981, this association works to help veterans and their families as well as appealing to public and private agencies to promote the group.
P.O. Box 361986, Birmingham, AL 35236
The group consists of widows of all Armed Forces personnel. It lobbies for compensation, education benefits, and medical care for widows of military personnel.
125 N. West Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
With over 220 branches, the group works to protect the pay and benefits of the enlisted members of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250
The DAV provides support and advocacy for disabled veterans. The organization also provides assistance and represents the interests of disabled veteran’s families.
USA, Inc., 441 North Lee Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
The CWV is open to all Catholic war veterans from every faction of the armed forces, and received a blessing from Pope Pius XI in 1935.The group spends its time by supporting parish and veteran activities, volunteering in VA Hospitals, and attending mass together.
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