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CVA in the News

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Concerned Veterans for America Welcomes Secretary Hagel’s Resignation

Today, Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) CEO Pete Hegseth made the following statement on behalf of CVA in regards to resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel:

By Pete Hegseth | Monday, November 24th 2014





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Op-ed | Abandoning Kiowa Is A Huge Mistake

Flying a helicopter in combat a couple of hundred feet above a firefight, fully armed with rockets and a .50-cal machine gun, cleared hot and inbound to a target, provides an adrenaline rush few experience. But those of us who have belong to an exclusive team, one that will soon be a thing of the past.

By Emily Laird | Friday, November 21st 2014





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Op-ed | There Are Two Ways To Fight ISIS: The Right Way, And Obama’s Way

An ISIS video emerged on Sunday that showed American and former Army Ranger, Peter Kassig, beheaded along with over a dozen Syrian soldiers. To date, five Westerners have been held captive, presumably tortured, used as propaganda and then brutally murdered.

By Emily Laird | Thursday, November 20th 2014





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House Veterans Affairs Committee’s Newly Elected Ranking Member Rep. Corrine Brown in Denial about VA Scandal

Pete Hegseth, CEO of Concerned Veterans for America, issued the following statement after the Democratic Steering Committee’s decision to name Rep. Corrine Brown (D-FL) as the next Ranking Member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee (HVAC):

By Emily Laird | Wednesday, November 19th 2014





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Building on our 2013 #MillionVetBacklog effort, the 2014 #VAaccountability Project is an ambitious project to bring long-overdue accountability to VA. In addition to information about VA problems and solutions, the project’s website — www.VAaccountability.org — will provide concrete ways for CVA members and all Americans to demand accountability at Veterans Affairs.

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As of this morning, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has resigned from his position under President Obama:

Pete Hegseth joined America’s Newsroom to explain why Hagel was the wrong man at the wrong time, and why this administration continues to burn through secretaries.

It all comes down to leadership!

“The United States remains by far the dominant military and economic power in the world today. It needs to remind people of that. It also needs to say clearly that it will sacrifice, in blood, and treasure and trade deals, to be the leading force for freedom not …

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