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image by Valentine Poposki, 18 September 2007
Established in 1995 and incorporated in 2005, the Disabled Veterans International (DVI) is a volunteer group composed of men and women who have sustained an injury or disability in the line of duty while serving in the armed forces of the United States and is dedicated to helping veterans through out Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
We work closely with all public and private organizations and all other public and private agencies devoted to the cause of improving and advancing the condition, health, and interest of all wounded, gassed, injured and disabled veterans. The DVI is essentially dedicated to one single purpose - Building better lives for all our nation's disabled veterans and their families. The DVI realizes the true American ideals and aims for which those eligible for membership fought - to uphold and maintain the Constitution and laws of the United States; to serve our comrades, communities, and our country; and to encourage in all the spirit of understanding which will guard against future wars." - from
The flag of this organization is shown here: www.dvi-online.org/html/breaking_news.html
"The Flag of the DVI was designed & created by Steven T. Banneker Burden and is under exclusive production rights with Regal Flags & Poles located in the State of Maryland USA."
Valentin Poposki, 18 September 2007