One Navy Veteran Helping Others
Our Branches may be competitive but we're all on the same Team.
John F. Kennedy once said:
"Any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile... can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction,
'I Served in the United States Navy.'"
I believe it's a fair assumption today.. that times have changed as has today's Military. I believe had that statement been made today he would have said "Any Man or Woman". I also feel this statement applies to all brances of the service .. for as a whole.. we can all be Proud to have served in the United States Military!
*Special Note: Recently at the Detroit Veterans Hospital (John D Dingle Medical Center) I met a few guys from A Veteran's Organization dealing with POW/MIAs. The Michigan Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall was there. In talking with them they gave me their informatio pamphlet, unfortunately I did drop it in my travels which I only discovered upon return home. Should any of those gentlemen read this.. please feel free to contact me (via the contact section) so that perhaps I can get some of that information back along with your website information which was on the back of the pamphlet. Thank You for your time and God Bless.
Hey, Looking for another Vet Buddy?
Here's a few places you can check:
www.vetsrollcall.com (Veteran's Resources)
www.ussnimitz.net (Pretty Cool Online Sim of the Ship)
Veteran's Haven - A Place Worth More Than A Mention!
VETERAN'S HAVEN - An organization which supports Vets. Down and out, Returning to Civilian Life and more. Their outreach center located in Wayne MI is located at 4924 S. Wayne Rd in Wayne, MI 48184. They are committed to helping ALL Veterans. They have different programs for different needs and all of them valuable. They also help Vets who have been abused by the system.. If you haven't checked them out.. you should!
While at the Detroit V.A. Hospital I had the chance to meet some of the staff from Paralyzed Veterans of America. I called their office a short time later and with full permission and cooperation I proudly dislpay their logo and information. They were only too happy to help and be listed. Thanks for your hospitality!
MPVA is a non-profit organization that provides services and programs to veterans and individuals with disabilities. Some of the programs include:
- Veteran's Benefits
- Equipment Donation
- Referral Services
- Community Outreach
- Spinal Cord Research
- MPVA is a member chapter of Washington, D.C. based PVA which has 34 chapters and 20,000 voting members throughout the United States.
- For more information - Click on the graphic and see their website.
Toll-free numbers for contacting VA