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Petty Officer Greg E Cooper acquitted of 4 sexual assaults as claims dissolve at trial.

VETERANS ADVOCATES TO ATTEND 'ROLLING THUNDER' IN WASHINGTON THIS WEEKEND

 When more than one million motorcyclists and spectators converge on the nation's capital this weekend to advocate for veterans and memorialize fallen military personnel, members of the Louisiana-based Military Veterans Advocacy (MVA) will play a prominent role.

MVA Executive Director Cdr. John B. Wells (USN, Ret.) and other members of the MVA team... Read More

Military-Veterans Advocacy has demanded that Navy Exchange Chief Executive Officer Rear Admiral Robert Bianchi, USN (Retired), reverse his decision to remove Gideon Bibles from Navy Lodge hotel rooms. In an August 13, 2014 letter, Military-Veterans Advocacy Executive Director attorney John B. Wells decried what he called the "decision to discriminate against Christians and Jews by overturning the tradition of providing Bibles in a night stand drawer at Navy Lodges." Wells, is a retired Navy... Read More

"BURN PIT" WHISTLEBOLOWER FILES SUIT AFTER SEXUAL ASSAULT AND FORCED DISCHARGE

Military-Veterans Advocacy has filed suit August 1, 2014, in the United States Court of Federal Claims on behalf of former Navy Environmental Health Officer, Lieutenant Commander Celeste Santana who strongly argued against the unrestricted use of open air burn pits in Afghanistan. Santana was responsible for the environmental health and safety of American Marine forces at Camp Leatherneck... Read More

MILITARY-VETERANS ADVOCACY
PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 7, 2014
CONTACT CMDR. J. B. WELLS, U. S. NAVY (RET.): 985-641-1855 or
johnlawesq@msn.com... Read More

Military-Veterans Advocacy, a non-profit, tax exempt organization, established to advocate and litigate on behalf of active duty service members and military veterans, has joined the growing call for General Eric Shinseki’s resignation as Secretary of Veterans Affairs.  Military-Veterans Advocacy Executive Director, retired Navy Commander John B. Wells, who is also an attorney practicing military and veterans law, joined with the American Legion and other veterans organizations in... Read More

Military-Veterans Advocacy, a non-profit, tax exempt organization, established to advocate and litigate on behalf of active duty service members and military veterans, has joined the growing call for General Eric Shinseki’s resignation as Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

Military-Veterans Advocacy Executive Director, retired Navy Commander John B. Wells, who is also an attorney practicing military and veterans law, joined with the American Legion and other veterans organizations in... Read More