We are not the biggest veterans organization nor do we strive to be the biggest, but we are a group of dedicated individuals who come together for the good of other veterans, the community and our own self help. As a group, we deliver when others don't. We commit when others do not. We make no excuses, look for no rewards, make no promises that we cannot keep. We may have individual differences or opinions on things, but we come together for the common good of the organization. We help each other while other organizations leave their members to search for what we already have. We are not the richest but we are financially sound and we take in and are not afraid to give out to those in need. We carry our head high and we want you, the new individual to want as much as we all want to partake in the common brotherhood we all share.
The dedication and time given by the membership in getting the VWVA message out to other veterans and the general public is one of the key components that has driven this organization to success in such a short period of time.
JACK DIAMOMDSTEIN AND CMDR. ROBERT KOHLER IN FRONT OF OUR MEMORIAL STONE AT EISENHOWER PARK