Congressionally Chartered VSO Recognized
477 H Street, Northwest Washington, DC, 20001
Determined to help blinded veterans strive toward their rightful place in society, the association also provides resources such as blindness organizations and other veterans groups.
Founded in 1886, the group has Medal of Honor and Navy Cross holders as well as famous officers and political figures such as Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Theodore Roosevelt within its ranks. The association is open to all veterans with an honorable discharge.
4647 Forbes Blvd. Lanham, MD 20706
Founded in 1944 and granted a congressional charter in 1947, this organization provides help for dependents of veterans as well as providing scholarships for veterans pursuing higher education.
3201 East Pioneer Parkway, Suite 40, Arlington, TX 76010
Founded in 1942, this non-profit organization provides support and relief for prisoners of war and their families. It consists of family members affected by soldiers who are
prisoners of war.
5211 Auth Road, Suitland, MD 20746
Founded in 1961, the association lobbies for a better quality of life for all Air Force veterans and pushes for fair legislation in Washington, DC.
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