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  • Writer's pictureLeRoy Cossette


The Haywood County Republican Party wishes to let the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization and their members know that we acknowledge all of the positive support and assistance you have provided to this country’s disabled military heroes.

The Haywood County Republican Party believes that every day is veteran’s day, with special emphasis on disabled veterans, because without these heroes and the sacrifices they have made and endure throughout their life, there very well would not be a United States of America.

Therefore, we salute your gallant mission to provide these special veterans with all the help and assistance they need to navigate through life with their disabilities. Further, know that the Haywood County Republican Party will always be there to support the DAV in every way possible.


The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is an organization created in 1920 by World War I veterans to provide assistance to disabled military veterans of the United States Armed Forces, helping them and their families through various means. It was issued a federal charter by Congress in 1932. It currently has over 1 million members.


The DAV Organization provides service free of charge through a nationwide network of 88 DAV National Service Offices, 38 Transition Service Offices, 198 DAV Hospital Service Coordinator Offices, 52 state-level DAV Departments, 249 DAV VA Voluntary Service Representatives, and more than 1900 local DAV Chapters.


The DAV has made its free services available to any American military personnel seeking their help in receiving the medical help they require for their service-related wounds and injuries, as well as assisting them with programs geared in helping these veterans cope with their service-related disabilities. The DAV has been available to the 204,000 Americans in uniform who were wounded during WW1; the 670,846 wounded during WW2; the 103,284 wounded during the Korean War; the 153,303 wounded during the Vietnam War; the 849 wounded during the Gulf War; the 20,093 wounded during the Afghanistan War; and the 32,222 wounded during the Iraq War.

Thank you for all you do because you make a significant difference in so many disabled veterans' lives.





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Kristin Whitesides
Kristin Whitesides
Apr 03
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

To all the disabled American Veterans, we owe you a debt that we can never repay.

Thank you.🙏🏼🇺🇸

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