Military veterans who have a spinal cord injury or spinal cord disease, and who were discharged under other than dishonorable conditions are welcome to join the Paralyzed Veterans of America free of charge.
During the first week of March 2018, the Paralyzed Veterans of America conducted information seminars, met with members of Congress and their staffs, and testified regarding the health care and mobility needs of paralyzed and other disabled veterans. The events took place on Capitol Hill in Washington. D.C. and in Arlington, Virginia.… Read More »Paralyzed Veterans met with members of Congress, staff specialists
Treasurer Residence: Shaler Township, Allegheny County Pennsylvania I have retired from a U.S. Navy career that ran from March 31, 1970 to October 31, 1990. My first day of boot camp was on April Fools Day and I retired on Halloween. As an Electrician’s Mate, I was usually assigned to… Read More »William D. Jakovac
Policy on photography at Keystone PVA meetings and events All persons attending any meeting or event sponsored and/or organized by the Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America may be photographed for descriptive, informational, or promotional purposes. Photographs used may appear in The Parascope, the Keystone PVA web site, or on the… Read More »Policies
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From time to time we will post information here to help you avoid scams, unethical practices, and problems that may affect you as a member of Keystone PVA. Provided by the national PVA office, November 2013 ISSUED DATE: NOVEMBER 21, 2013 BACKGROUND INFORMATION A marketing company has acquired and is… Read More »BE VERY WARY!