An unforgettable annual tradition, the AVC’s 25th Annual Conference & American Valor: A Salute to Our Heroes returns to Washington, DC this November 3-5. Mark your calendar, and join legends and leaders from the last 80 years of American history as we ‘Commemorate Veterans Day in the Company of Heroes.’

 
 

A member of the Two Kettle Band of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, LeBeau served as a nurse caring for those wounded at Omaha Beach during the D-Day invasion. She later served on the front lines during the Battle of the Bulge.

 
 

Ten years ago today, February 27, 2011, America lost its last Doughboy as Frank W. Buckles – the last living American veteran of World War One – passed away at the age of 110 years old. Buckles joined the Army at the age of 16 in 1917, driving ambulances on the front lines of Europe and meeting General John J. Pershing. Working…

 
 

The American Veterans Center honors the memory of our longtime friend and supporter, Dr. J. Phillip ‘Jack’ London. A veteran of the U.S. Navy, London witnessed several of the epic moments of the Cold War, including serving during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Retiring a Captain, Dr. London would go on to lead CACI International Inc, still serving as Chairman of the Board and Executive…

 
 

The AVC was proud to once again host its annual National Memorial Day Parade to salute and honor those who serve. The parade returned this year to Washington, D.C. – along with New York city, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Los Angeles and many more cities and states across the country.