The following is a partial list of the many organizations that support active duty personnel, veterans and families of military personnel.
The Army Nurse Corps Association provides social and communication opportunities for members.
Black Veterans for Social Justice believe that despite the injustices suffered by individuals at the hands of the military and society at large, most people, and particularly veterans will respond positively and productively, if given a helping hand.
Gold Star Moms is an organization of mothers who have lost a son or daughter in the service of our country.
Gold Star Families for Peace is a support group for those who have lost a family member in a war.
Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) gives a voice to the large number of active duty service people and veterans who are against this war.
The American Legion promotes peace and goodwill on earth; and to safeguard and transmit the principles of justice, freedom and democracy.
Military Families Speak Out is an organization of people opposed to the war in Iraq who have relatives or loved ones in the military.
The Veterans' Administration's goal is to provide excellence in patient care and benefits.
This online directory of Veterans Service Organizations is published as an informational service by the Office of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Veterans for Peace is a national organization whose members collective experience tells us that wars are easy to start and hard to stop and that those hurt are often the innocent.
Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Inc. (VVAW) works for the rights and needs of veterans, opposes senseless military action, and teaches the lessons of the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Veterans of America goals are to support Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans.
Veterans for America (VFA) is uniting a new generation of veterans with those from past wars to address the causes, conduct and consequences of war.
Brandon Titus Memorial Ride is a tribute to SPC Brandon Titus (Boise native), a member of the highly acclaimed 10th Mountain Division, who was killed in action on August 17, 2004 while serving in Iraq.
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