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About Us

The Blinded Veterans Association (BVA) is an organization of blinded veterans helping blinded veterans. Through our service programs, regional groups, resources, and advocacy before the legislative and executive branches of government, we hope to make life better for blinded veterans.

We will be there with encouragement and support, to ensure no blinded veteran is left behind.

BVA traces its roots back to the end of World War II. Explore our history, 1958 Congressional Charter, and Bylaws.

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Raytheon's new guided shell hit a moving target for the first time in key test - Stripes

Saturday February 8, 2020 7:53
A new version of a precision-guided artillery shell made by Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems scored direct hits on a moving target for the first time in a test for the U.S. Navy last year, the company said. The previously undisclosed test of the Excalibur S version at the Yuma Proving Ground validated the projectile’s ability to survive the shock of firing from a howitzer, then shift from GPS satellite to laser guidance and hit a moving target, Raytheon said.
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'Spacemen' and 'space cadets' are out, as Pentagon officials wrangle with what to call Space Force members

Friday February 7, 2020 6:37
WASHINGTON — The newly established Space Force will grow from its one member now to an estimated 15,000 to 16,000 troops in the coming years, Pentagon planners reported this week to Congress, but it remains unclear what Space Force members will be called. Learn more

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Thursday February 6, 2020 12:41
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Cost, usage of VA Mission Act still uncertain - Stripes

Wednesday February 5, 2020 19:42
WASHINGTON — Eight months after the Department of Veterans Affairs launched a new program to connect veterans with private-sector doctors, the agency doesn’t know how many appointments have been completed or how much it’s costing taxpayers. Learn More


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