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WebDAV

(Web Distributed Authoring And Versioning) Enhancements to the HTTP protocol that turn the Web into a document database that enables collaborative creation, editing and searching from remote locations. Standardized by the IETF, WebDAV enables documents to be written via HTTP (HTTP normally only supports reading). It also allows documents to be assigned properties, or attributes, that can be searched using the DAV Searching and Locating (DASL) protocol. WebDAV supports its own file system that stores documents in folders called "collections." See HTTP.
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He currently serves as DAV's national 1st junior vice commander.
"They put in a lot of the legwork to get these new members, and DAV is happy to reward them."
For instance, dues from membership help fund volunteer projects such as the DAV Transportation Network, which helps veterans without transportation get to and from VA medical appointments.
DAV members facing a big life event such as moving can have a lot of stress and concerns about costs, but NorthAmerican Moving Services is ready to help members save money--and heartache.
DAV has a really big place in my heart, and this was just something I could do to say thank you."
For example, membership dues can help purchase new vehicles for the DAV Transportation Network and support our incredible network of volunteers.
We at DAV are grateful the Cyrs shared their future gift plans with us.
From left: DAV National Adjutant Marc Burgess, Past National Commander Delphine Metcalf-Foster, DAV Chapter 115 Chaplain Ricci Michaels and Cincinnati Councilman David Mann attended an art exhibit for Michaels' work.
DAV puts our dollars to good use, and that's why we chose them specifically to support," said Jay.
A life member of Chapter 20 in Fort Worth, Texas, Nixon has been active in DAV for 44 years.
When asked what prompted him to include DAV in his financial planning, Kramer humbly explained that his interest is in helping people.
Through the new partnership with DAV, qualifying veterans of all eras who are working with a national service officer and have a VA or military disability rating, or have a pending claim for benefits, are now eligible for a one-time, need-based grant.