As McDonald Faces Confirmation Hearing, IAVA Prepares Member Survey Launch Thursday in DC
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Army Staff Sergeant Ryan M. Pitts Receives Medal of Honor
Pitts is the ninth living Medal of Honor recipient from post-9/11 wars
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Mother of Marine Who Died By Suicide Takes Fight To Washington
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Thursday at 2:15: IAVA Joins House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller For Introduction Of Historic Bill To Combat Veteran Suicide
Bill Intro Marks Next Step in IAVA’s year-long Campaign to Combat Suicide
New York, NY (June 29, 2014) – Tomorrow, President Obama will nominate former Procter and Gamble chief executive and West Point graduate Robert McDonald as Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) CEO and Founder Paul Rieckhoff released the following statement after the announcement:
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