VHV

(redirected from Veterans Helping Veterans)
AcronymDefinition
VHVVery High Voltage (electronics)
VHVVillage Health Volunteers
VHVVeterans Helping Veterans (Marion County, Florida)
VHVVereinigte Hannoversche Versicherungen (German insurance)
VHVVersion History Viewer (Oracle software)
VHVVlaamse Herboristen Vereniging (Dutch: Flemish Herbalist Society)
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The PSA "Veterans Helping Veterans" is shown in lengths of 1 minute, 30 seconds, and 15 seconds.
Returning warriors from as far back as the Spanish-American War formed their own "veterans helping veterans" national organizations to create camaraderie and present a unified voice to address military and veteran-related issues such as healthcare, education, jobs, and community support.
"DAV is veterans helping veterans, and Dan and Mike are living examples of our mission of service."
This funding helps committed organisations continue their essential work veterans helping veterans.
PPH is built upon the trusted and time-honored tradition of Veterans helping Veterans.
He was a member of the VFW, American Legion, and Veterans Helping Veterans Assoc.
"He epitomizes veterans helping veterans in all that he does, both inside and outside the office."
DAV is rooted in the idea of veterans helping veterans, not only on a one-to-one basis, but also as an organization.
Hope, a combat-injured Army veteran, challenged his fellow veterans to continue the unmatched commitment to DAV's core principle of veterans helping veterans.
My hope is that it will be a place where veterans, service members and their families will come together to relax, support each other and live out the motto, 'Veterans Helping Veterans.' The lounge also will be a place where veterans can access information about the college and community resources designed to help them adjust to the academic environment."
As an organization of veterans helping veterans, it is incumbent upon each and every one of us to create a welcoming environment to all those who served, regardless of their gender, job, military branch or service era, as we are all bonded together through our service to this great nation.
Don't let your leadership be a barrier to other members, but instead work together in support of DAV's core principle: veterans helping veterans.
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