The story of 80 men – and one mission that changed a war and defined a generation.
The documentary Doolittle’s Raiders – A Final Toast, co-produced by the American Veterans Center and Tim Gray Media, is now available for purchase!
AVC and Yorktel Media’s production, The American Veterans Center Honors, took home an Emmy at the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, hosted by the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter.
The Honors is the first televised awards show dedicated to those who deserve it most, America’s heroes and service members.
On August 14, 1945, the news was announced to the world that the Japanese had surrendered and the Second World War was finally over.
George Mendonsa, a sailor on board USS the Sullivans was among those celebrating in Times Square.
In our quarterly publication American Valor Quarterly, veterans share their own stories, in their own words.
Check out our Spring 2015 Issue featuring the Year of the Airborne!
AVC is excited to announce the launch of our Veterans Video History Contest!
The Contest urges high school students to take part in the mission of preserving the legacy of America’s heroes by collecting oral histories from World War II veterans.
Become a part of history and win a trip to Washington, DC!