Arthur H. Wilson, who served in Vietnam, the Philippines, Thailand, and Taiwan, is an outspoken advocate for the disabled and strives to ensure that Americans understand the sacrifices made by disabled veterans.
From 1994 -2013, he served as the National Adjutant of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV), a congressionally-chartered, not-for-profit service organization that acts as the official voice of the nation’s wartime disabled veterans.
He began his career of serving disabled veterans with the DAV in 1966 and retired from active employment on June 1, 2013. Presently Mr. Wilson serves on the Board of Trustees of the Intrepid Museum Foundation. Also, he is President of the DAV National Service Foundation and the Disabled Veterans’ Life Memorial Foundation.
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