American Valor is the closing event of the American Veterans Center's 20th Annual Conference, taking place from October 26-28, 2017 in Washington, DC. It is an exclusive black-tie dinner event, featuring musical performances, special guests, and our greatest heroes from the last 75 years of military history.
To request a registration form call 703-302-1012 ext. 227 or e-mail the AVC.
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The AVC's Emmy-winning program shares the stories of America's greatest heroes from World War II to the present day. Narrated by celebrities and noted Americans, these are the stories that inspire and unite us, reminding us of who we are at our very best.
Meet our country's greatest heroes on a journey through our military's history in AMERICAN VALOR: A Salute to Our Heroes.
THE HEROES OF MIDWAY
Veterans of the Epic Battle that Turned the Tide of WWII, 75 Years Ago
LT. COLONEL RICHARD E. COLE
Jimmy Doolittle’s co-pilot on the legendary Doolittle Raid, and the last survivor of the 80 Doolittle Raiders
FATHER EMIL KAPAUN
Posthumous Medal of Honor Recipient for Valor in Korea, represented by men he saved in their POW camp
COLONEL WESLEY L. FOX
Marines Corps Medal of Honor recipient for valor in Vietnam, rising from Private to Colonel in a 43 year career
SERGEANT FIRST CLASS MICHAEL SCHLITZ
Incredible story of perseverance and recovery following wounds suffered during Operation Iraqi Freedom
CAPTAIN FLORENT GROBERG
Recipient of the Medal of Honor for valor in Afghanistan, the most recent American to receive our nation’s highest military award
CAPTAIN CHESLEY “SULLY” SULLENBERGER
U.S. Air Force pilot and later hero of ‘The Miracle on the Hudson’ in 2009
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Guard The Legacy of All American Veterans:
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1100 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22201
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About The American Veterans Center
The mission of the American Veterans Center and the World War II Veterans Committee is to preserve and promote the legacy and experiences of America's veterans and active duty service personnel from World War II through today. A non-profit educational organization, the AVC and WWIIVC are funded solely through generous contributions from people like you. All contributions are tax-deductible.