Military Families Voice of Victory
Military Families Voice for Victory (MFVOV), a conservative anti- antiwar group co-founded in 2005 by Ray and Rebecca Davis, was "designed to give America’s military and its families a collective voice and an on-line vehicle through which to voice their support of America in the terror war. MFVV also keeps tabs on terror groups, as well as on radical left wing groups that seek to undermine America’s effort to defeat terrorism." MFVOV's "goals are to expose the radical left for who they are: the allies to the terrorists" and to "give good solid facts on why we are in this war and why completing the mission in Iraq is so critical to winning the War on Terror. And last but not least to gather military families in a united voice, without political ties, to show support for our troops and the war they fight."
MFVOV states on its website that it is "comprised of families of our Military" and that it is "non-partisan, non-political but we voice opinions of support or failure in regards to any individual politician, political party or media service.".
P.O. Box 3323
Brewer, Maine 04412-4495
Phone: 207 299-4495
Resources and articles
Related SourceWatch articles
- Jeremy Brecher and Brendan Smith, "Lieutenant Watada's War Against the War," The Nation, June 26, 2006.
- Carey Gillam, "U.S. groups mount grass-roots battle over Iraq," Reuters AlertNet, May 11, 2007.
- Kristinn Taylor, "Freeper Meets With President Bush at White House," Free Republic, July 20, 2007.
- William Branigin, "Bush, Reid Exchange Attacks Over Support For U.S. Troops in Iraq. General Clarifies Statement on Strategy," Washington Post, July 21, 2007.
- Cory Reiss, "Veterans groups in Iraq crossfire. American Legion and VFW leaders support war, but others avoid the fray," South Florida Herald Tribune, July 23, 2007.
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