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Have you ever felt as if the disabled veteran in your life has been forgotten? Sadly, when the guns of battle fall silent, too many people tend to forget about the war…and about those who fought. Even our politicians begin to forget. But, you can’t forget. The disabled veteran in your life is a constant reminder of the sacrifices made in defense of our country.

That’s why the women related to disabled veterans got together in 1922 to found the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. The DAV Auxiliary still serves today, helping the families of veterans who sacrificed so much for us.