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WELCOME

The National Native American Veterans Association was founded in Oklahoma, by Tom Berry. Tom had long wished for there to be one place that Native American Veterans can turn to for information and assistance.

Each veteran deserves representation which understands their unique needs, and Native American Veterans have long been overlooked in this regard. Tribal and local veterans organizations have long sought to fill this void, but now for the first time a National Association is being started, specifically for the Native American veteran! Spread the word about NNAVA by downloading a flyer to post.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the National Native American Veterans Association is to educate and assist Native American Veterans without regard to Tribal Affiliation, degree of Indian Blood, branch of the Armed Forces, or Combat Status with regard to Veteran Rights, Entitlements, and Benefits.

The National Native American Veterans Association will strive to assist the families of Native American Veterans. Assistance will be given in obtaining Veteran Rights, Entitlements, and Benefits without regard to Tribal Affiliation, branch of the Armed Forces; degree of Indian Blood, or Combat Status of the Veteran.

The National Native American Veterans Association will assist Tribal Entities in the development of Veteran Groups within each Tribe if desired, and provide a resource center for the Tribal Entities for information on Veteran Rights, Entitlements, and Benefits which can be used to augment current Tribal Programs.



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We are now

In Second Life

Find us now in world on Second Life in the NNAVA Tribal Lands.
Second Life is a virtual world simulation in 3D.
Signing up for an account in Second Life is free.
Just go to www.secondlife.com.

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Disclaimer: "Mr. Tony "Tony Tibbets" DeClue is not a member of NNAVA, he was banished for life on 22 April 2006. He is not authorized to claim to be a NNAVA member, or conduct business in our name. We are not responsible for any actions on his part since that date. Please contact NNAVA Chairman, Jim Cates at jdsetac@yahoo.com if you have any questions"

 

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for the Department of Labor.

Thank you for your time.

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