We want to thank the United States Air Force and Patrick Air Force Base for providing our 2013 Honor Guard at our National Convention celebration of Freedom Ceremony
Second VP Larry Ball provided our Patriotic Cup Cakes for our National Meeting on Tuesday Night
Blind Veterans Home Page
Welcome to the National Association of Blind
Veterans web site. We hope you enjoy exploring
this action packed site as we
have filled it with as much information about blindness and blind
veterans as we could possibly find. We are a group of Blind and Sighted
Veterans along with friends and interested
associates that support the issues and challenges
of Blind Veterans. This site is intended to further
the opportunity of our group to interact with the
expanding world around us.
The Presidents Message,
reach out to your Senators Office in Washington DC and ask them to get
on board and co/sponsor S2251, which allows 100 percent service
connected disabled veterans to access the Space A program on Military
Aircraft. This is the best way to fix the wrong when 100 percent service
connected disabled veterans were left out of the program.
2016 National Meeting is over and was one of the best ever. Pictures and Captions are Below.
2016 ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION CELEBRATION OF FREEDOM CEREMONY PICTURED BELOW
MEET THE NEW CHAPLAIN
Brother Jeff Bradshaw will be taking over for Father John R. Sheehan. See more about Brother Jeff on the Chaplains Corner Page!
TICKET # 3098 wins the 2016 NABV Raffle. THE WINNER WAS THE CYPRESS GARDENS LIONS CLUB! We thank Them For Their Continued Support!
Pictures from our 2016 National Convention: Starting from the raffle winner to this article are pictures of our 2016 NABV COLOR GUARD and Dwight Sayer National President addressing the convention.
Above is the 2016 COLOR GUARD Forming Up!
Below is David Barnwell manning our exhibit hall table at the 2016 National Convention.
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