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October 1st Will Mark the One-Year Anniversary of the Government ShutdownNow is the Time for Congress to Pass the Putting Veterans Funding First Act. October 1, 2014 will mark a full year since the budget battles created a stalemate that halted … Continue reading
Recruit Military is hosting a Job fair for veterans. Anyone who has served on active duty, in the National Guard, or in the Reserves is invited to attend this event in order to find a new career. Pre-register here: https://events.recruitmilitary.com/events/oklahoma-city-all-veterans-job-fair-september-4-2014 Recruit … Continue reading
This years (2014) National State Commanders and Adjutants convention was attended by Craig Vance, Richard Marsack, and Danny Oliver. Oklahoma DAV presented some programs that we use to help veterans and a new possibility for a National suicide awareness campaign that … Continue reading
Fellow Veterans, Many of you may have heard of the “Yellow Ribbon” program … but some may be confused as to what it refers to. Your confusion is warranted, there are two “Yellow Ribbon” programs, both very different from each … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 10, 2014 Maloney and Mullin Announce Bipartisan Bill to Reform Veterans Employment Program Would Help to Lower Wounded Warrior Unemployment Rate Currently at Nearly 18% Washington, D.C. – Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) and Rep. Markwayne … Continue reading
In the wake of VA’s access-to-care scandal, some Members of Congress have been quoted to suggest VA’s problems have no connection to the level of its budget. DAV (Disabled American Veterans) disagrees strongly with the idea that VA’s challenges are … Continue reading
HB 3541 The Oklahoma Disabled American Veterans adamantly opposes this bill. While the intent of this bill may have been honorable; the perception of collocating the Department of Veterans Affairs with the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services … Continue reading
April 29, 2014 we will be in service from 0900-1700 in order to assist our Veterans affected by this disaster. We are still located at We are located at the Quapaw Tribal Wellness Center, 907 Whitebird, Quapaw, OK 74363.
This morning, the Disabled American Veterans, Department of Oklahoma initiated their Disaster Response Initiative in Quapaw, Oklahoma. Our Mobile Service Unit is currently on scene assisting any Veterans effected by this Tornado event. We will be in service today until … Continue reading
Previous versions of the DAV Claims program CSO’s are now obsolete. Oklahoma CSO’s should contact the Department Commander or State Adjutant to make arrangements for distribution of the updated program.