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Veterans VOTE!

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NABVETS encourages all of its members, their family members and others in their community to VOTE! Every Veteran knows, first hand, how high the price of freedom can be. Voting is an expression of our freedom as Americans. Voting gives all Americans, regardless of economic status, race, gender or religion an opportunity to be heard. And who better to be heard than the men and women who have sacrificed so much to keep democracy alive. So Vote on November 4th

NEW NABVETS CHAPTER IN LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS, CHAPTER #0108

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NEW NABVET CHAPTER IN LITTLE ROCK GIVES BLACK VETERANS A VOICE   Little Rock Arkansas, located on the south bank of the Arkansas River in Central Arkansas on the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, is now home to NABVETS Little Rock Chapter #0108.   Little Rock has a metro population of over 800,000 people and African Americans make up 42.1% of Little Rock’s population. Little Rock is famous not only for its beautiful landscape but also for its place in the

NABVETS 2016 Convention to be held in Baltimore Maryland

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Recently, during a National Command Council meeting in Milwaukee Wisconsin, the NABVETS National Command Council voted to host the 2016 NABVETS Convention in Baltimore Maryland.  Baltimore was chosen for a number of reasons, including; the City’s reputation for hospitality, its tourist destinations, its proximity to the Nation’s Capital and the presence of several NABVETS Chapters in Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia. The leadership of NABVETS looks forward to seeing its members at the 2016 Convention.    The NABVETS 2016 Convention will

Brigadier General (Ret.) Cocroft Breaks Ground on 50 unit Veterans Manor project in Green Bay

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Brigadier General (Ret.) Robert Cocroft, Executive Director of the Center for Veterans Issues, Inc., continues to lead the way in the development of supportive housing for Veterans. In a speech to Green Bay dignitaries, including the Mayor of Green Bay and the Brown County Executive, General Cocroft laid out a vision for a facility that would provide the necessary support for Veterans of the facility to become independent and productive members of society. The General commended the City of Green