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Welcome to the Michigan Chapter of the National Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association. We are CVMAMI 35-1, a not for profit association comprised of Veterans of all U.S. Armed Forces Conflicts that ride motorcycles. Our mission is to help veterans. We are a motorcycle association. We do not prospect or claim territory. Our association includes three types of membership: Full members, those with verified combat service. Support members, verified military service (non-combat) and sponsored by a Full Member. Auxillary members, spouses of Full Members.
If you are interested in joining us, click the above links for more information. You can also visit the CVMA National Site. To all veterans, Thank You for your service and Welcome Home!!
If you are interested in assisting us to support our cause through donation, becoming a sponsor of CVMAMI, Inc., or requesting that our membership attend your veterans event. Please contact us.
It is the Mission of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association of Michigan;
To heighten public awareness and seek a full accounting of; our Prisoners Of War and Missing In Action as a result of our nation’s military operations throughout the world.
To heighten awareness and educate the public to the effects of Agent Orange and other chemical, biological / radiological weapons utilized by or tested on U.S. Military personnel.
To promote physical and cultural improvement, growth and development, self-respect, self confidence and usefulness of America’s veterans, active duty personnel and their families.
To assist America’s disabled and needy veterans, their dependents, the widows, and orphans of deceased veterans.
To raise awareness of the plight of those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
To raise awareness of the plight of our nation’s homeless veterans and assist them whenever possible.
To participate in community education and service projects for the betterment of our communities.
To participate in all things patriotic in nature.
To educate our veterans and active duty personnel of their right to seek healthcare, educational and disability benefits through the Veterans Administration and other state and federal agencies.
To promote camaraderie among combat veterans from all branches of service.
To promote the sport of motorcycle riding among our members and to educate the public regarding safety on the roads with respect to motorcycle riders.
Thus We Eternally Stand.
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