About NIFV

NIFV
NIFV - National Institute For Veterans

The headquarters and intellectual property owner of the organizations subunits.

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Our organization

  • Veterans Radio Hour

    Radio show for veterans and their dependents.

  • Veterans Lobby Group

    Lobbying issues for the benefit of veterans and their dependants.

  • Veterans Disabilty Application Caddy

    A specialized online application that assists a Veteran with filling out and completing their disability claims (New Claims, Appeals, and Upgrades).

    The online application cross references origins for presumptive conditions as well as provides easy entry for mishaps and other issues.

  • National Veterans Rehab Center

    A rehabilitation and housing center for Veterans and their legal dependents who are homeless, destitute, or those who want to recover from drug or criminal wrongdoing.


Our Team

Major General David Grange
David Grange - CEO

He served with the 101st Airborne Division during the Vietnam War. He was later assigned to Delta Force, commanding a squadron during the invasion of Grenada and was deputy commander during the Gulf War. His last command was of 1st Infantry Division before he retired in 1999.

In December 1999, Grange published a critique of the Army's obsolete way of measuring unit readiness in the Armed Forces Journal. He then led a group of Army officers who wrote a book on improving force structure; Air-Mech-Strike: Asymmetric Maneuver Warfare for the 21st Century. He later served as the executive vice president and chief operating officer of the McCormick Foundation in Chicago.

Mark Ely - CTO

I served in the USAF for 11 years 6 months and 2 days. One of the pleasures I had in the service was being a powerlifter and participating in the military olympic events.

As a hobby, I enjoy flying my drone and making genealogy videos. I started in the I.T. field in 1997 and have been "pedal to the metal" since then.

I am humbled by the people I have met as well as the opportunities I have had. I believe that honor is defined by yourself not others. Be the best you can be and the rest will take care of itself.