Disabled Veterans’ Life Memorial Foundation President, Dennis Joyner, accepts the 2017 Veterans Community Award during the Vetty’s Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington, DC.
The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial was selected as a recipient of the 2017 Veterans Community Award for its extraordinary quality of public service, exemplary advocacy efforts, and exceptional contribution and outstanding service to the veteran’s community.
A commemorative book titled “The Lending of Courage” was published and added to the Memorial’s website for electronic viewing.
Disabled Veterans’ Life Memorial Foundation officially transferred the Memorial to the National Park Service for management, operation, maintenance, and preservation.
The Memorial Dedication Ceremony earned the following three Telly Awards: Bronze for TV – Marketing; Bronze for TV Programs – News; Bronze for TV Programs – Live Events
The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial launched a virtual tour in commemoration of the first anniversary of its dedication.
The Memorial’s Foundation was graciously transferred to the DAV (Disabled American Veterans) for management of daily business operations. This decision was made in recognition of the two entities’ shared objective in honoring the men and women who sacrificed through service to the country.
Memorial is dedicated and transferred to the National Park Service for management, operation, maintenance, and preservation” to “The Memorial was formally dedicated in tribute to all disabled veterans – past, present, and future