Affiliated Websites

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Websites submitted by our members

Sites that our members are directly connected to:

- A member's grandfather was in the 3rd Army's 818th Tank Destroyer Battalion, who in 1955 began having annual reunions that their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren are still attending! The site is dedicated to the soldiers and includes lists of all known members, as well as a section titled "My Most Vivid Memories of WWII," which is both informative and heartfelt.

- A member is a member of the non-profit East Coast Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated. ECCTAI brings together, in a spirit of friendship and goodwill, all persons who share in the aspirations and successes of the men and women who pioneered in military aviation and in the Tuskegee experience. We are dedicated to fostering recognition of and preserving the history of Black achievements in aviation, and to inspiring and motivating young men and women toward endeavors in aviation and aerospace careers. As of September 2020 there were for living Documented Tuskegee Airmen in the chapter.

- Several of our members are graduates of the US Air Force Academy and also members of the non-profit AF Academy Society of Washington DC

- A member is on the Board of the Fairfax County Alliance for Human Services. The mission of FCAHS is to improve the quality of life in our county by strengthening and promoting human services.

Veteran Related Websites:

- Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

Veteran Medical Related Websites:

- Mesothelioma Cancer Network is a for profit company, but they do have a Veterans Tab with helpful info if you are suffering from the problem. The Mesothelioma Cancer Network provides free information that is medically reviewed and verified by certified oncologists, while also providing detailed information about the asbestos industry and its health impacts. Our mission is to raise awareness about cancer and other asbestos-related diseases.

- - Veterans account for 30% of the mesothelioma cases diagnosed annually.  Veterans who served in certain military occupations between 1930 and 1980 have a high risk of developing mesothelioma becasue nearly every branch of the military relied on asbestos.  Veterans with mesothelioma can file for VA benefits.