We don't leave our wounded behind.



Meeting Location:
Time:Third Tuesday 5:30 PM
Where: DAV Chapter 15 & DAVA Unit 15 Headquarters.
270 N Hwy 160 (near pool & Fire Station)
Pahrump, NV  89048
DAV Phone: 775-537-5051

Meetings Are Held on the
3RD Tuesday of each month
Time: 1730 (5:30 PM)
Need A Ride?
Pahrump, NV-Area DAV Van Service: Steve Chase 775-209-0126
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# 775-537-5146
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# 775-321-4895
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Food and Clothing Donations
Non-Perishable Food Donations To:
VFW Post 10054 4651 South Homestead Road Pahrump, NV 89048 or Call
775.727.6072
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Updated: August 16, 2018

Updated: August 16, 2018


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It was an evening of blazing heat in the Pahrump Valley but that did not stop the dozens of residents who came out to attend the Purple Heart sundown ceremony on Tuesday, Aug. 7....Hosted by local veterans’ organizations, the event commemorated the national day of recognition for all those who were injured or lost their lives in military service.

Mission Statement

We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America's injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.
  • Providing free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other agencies of government;
  • Providing outreach concerning its program services to the American people generally, and to disabled veterans and their families specifically;
  • Representing the interests of disabled veterans, their families, their widowed spouses and their orphans before Congress, the White House and the Judicial Branch, as well as state and local government;
  • Extending DAV mission of hope into the communities where these veterans and their families live through a network of state-level Departments and local Chapters; and
  • Providing a structure through which disabled veterans can express their compassion for their fellow veterans through a variety of volunteer programs.
Posted: May 14, 2018

Posted: May 14, 2018

The Thin Blue Line is a symbol used by law enforcement, to commemorate fallen law enforcement officers and to symbolize the relationship of law enforcement in the community as the protectors of fellow civilians from criminal elements.
Each stripe on the emblem represents certain respective figures: the blue center line represents law enforcement, the top black stripe represents the public whilst the bottom represents the criminals. The idea behind this is that law enforcement (the blue line) is what stands between the violence and victimization by criminals of the would-be victims of crime.
Proponents of the symbol say that the identifier is intended to show support for police. In the wake of controversies over police shootings, the Thin Blue Line Flag has become popular among law enforcement personnel, their families and supporters.