• Remembering 9/11


    NV&GWVC Chairman John J. Molloy and many other of our nation's veterans employed at the World Trade Center were there on 9/11. Some did not survive but, fortunately, Chairman Molloy is here to speak for those who cannot. Never forget what happened on that day in 2001, and in 2012 (Benghazi) for many innocent American lives were taken down by radical islamic terrorists. Justice must be served!

    Chairman's TOC
  • USS Cole Cmdr. Kirk Lippold


    USS Cole Cmdr. Kirk Lippold, guest speaker, addressing a Coalition luncheon.

  • Gold Star Moms and Mickey


    The NV&GWVC remembers the late patriot and WWII veteran, actor Mickey Rooney, and his visit with some of our beloved Gold Star Mothers.

  • Louie!


    Hon. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), guest speaker, addresses a
    Coalition luncheon.

  • Kentucky Colonel Recipients


    Kentucky Colonel recipients Diana West, author, and the late Father Alister Anderson, NV&GWVC Chaplain

    Rogue's Gallery
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Membership Eligibility

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(a) a veteran's membership organization (or coalition of such organizations or chapters or posts thereof) which enrolls Vietnam, Gulf War*, and all veterans of subsequent conflicts.

(b) administers programs which directly benefit veterans or

(c) an advocacy organization for veterans of Vietnam, Gulf War, and subsequent conflicts, for veteran-related issues whose primary services must include at least one (1) of the purposes for which the NV&GWVC was organized.

...*Gulf War also includes conflicts since that portion of the war concluded by the liberation of Kuwait. Inasmuch as the Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, was not overthrown until the current Iraq War, and continued his hostility toward the United States, supporting anti-American terrorist activities (i.e. operating terrorist training facilities, awarding families of deceased terrorists, and a purported involvement in the destruction of the Murrah Building in April, 1995.)

The NV&GWVC welcomes organizations which include veterans of all conflicts from Vietnam to Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, and the War on Terror in general, and/or advocacy groups for such veterans.



is effective upon the affirmative vote and at the discretion of two-thirds of the Board of Directors present and voting, or of a membership committee established by a majority vote of the Board.

Application for membership should be in writing and on organizational stationary, and should indicate the objectives of the applicant and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of the representatives of the organization making the application. All applications should be sent to:

The National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition
P.O. Box 177
McKnightstown, PA 17343
Attn: Hon. Ted Streeter, Gen. Secretary


Membership may be terminated by a two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors present and voting upon a finding that either: (a) the member organization has ceased to be active within the Coalition; (b) the member organization actively opposes one or more of the policy positions adopted by the Coalition or; (c) the member organization has engaged in disreputable conduct which brings discredit upon itself and, potentially, the Coalition.

2005 by The National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition. All rights reserved.