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New York Vets / RockVets

RockVets Newsletter link:   July 2018   

New York Vets is a not-for-profit organization created in 1992 to care for those who have worn this nation's uniform - no matter where or when they served in the United States military.  It is managed by volunteers who care about veterans.

RockVets is an outreach project of New York Vets. Some of our past projects have included the establishment of the Camp Shanks Museum, Agent Orange Clinic, MIA Homeless Veterans Shelter, Iwo Jima Luncheon, bringing the Vietnam Moving Wall to Rockland, Buffalo Soldiers Award, Wacky Boat Race, Nyack Striped Bass Tournament, Women Veterans Award, Rockland Bicentennial Silent Drill Team, Hopper House Art Exhibit, and others.

We are veterans helping veterans, service-members, and their families, in any way we can.  As veterans we have earned benefits because of our military service.  We have information for you on the GI Bill, educational benefits, medical benefits, post traumatic stress, and submitting VA claim forms. There is never a fee for our services.

We welcome your inquiries. If you have a question, ask us....rules and regulations change constantly so don't assume that something you heard even a few years ago, is still valid now.

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Our mission is simple: advocate for veterans and our military men and women. We are here to help you, so send us a note or give us a call.  And please help us spread the word about RockVets and this website so others can benefit from it.  

Thank you for your service.

New York Vets, Inc.

P. O. Box 413

Congers, New York  10920          

e-mail: newyorkvets@gmail.com

 

 




 
We are veterans helping veterans, service-members, and their families, in any way we can.  New York Vets was created to care for those who have worn this nation's uniform - no matter where or when they served in the United States military.  It is managed by volunteers who care about veterans.