Has anyone here had any experience with these people, good or bad?
No I haven't, but if they're listed as a scam I'd believe it.
Actually, I question the validity of all the "non-profit" organizations that help vets. What is it that they provide that the VA doesn't?
More to the point - why does the CEO of the Wounded Warrior Project make $350K a year?
Why do the Vietnam Veterans of America still exist - and why have they NEVER required time served in Vietnam for membership?
Quite frankly, I think they all exist just to benefit themselves ... and essentially use the vets to do that.
posted on 11/29/2012 2:05:53 PM PST
Check out the Silver Star Families of America. Born right here on FR. Mission is to remember, honor and assist the wounded, ill, injured and dying of our Armed Forces from all wars.
97 cents of every dollar goes where you want it to go.
posted on 11/29/2012 2:15:33 PM PST
by Steve Newton
(And the Wolves will learn what we have shown before-We love our sheep we dogs of war. Vaughn)
Vietnam Veterans of America is a communist front group that pushes the most extreme anti-American causes. Of course it doesn’t require members be a vet. It is all about America-hatred. Luckily, their cover was blown long ago. John Kerry was an early and current member.
posted on 11/29/2012 2:33:39 PM PST
(washington, dc ..)
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