National Registry of Chamorro Veterans
When they become members of NOCVA, Chamorro veterans can also be added to the National Registry of Chamorro Veterans. NOCVA established the National Chamorro Veterans Registry to document the complete history of Chamorro veterans. The national registry includes a database of basic information about Chamorro veterans, from the earliest recorded members to the most current servicemembers.
The National Registry of Chamorro Veterans serves three purposes:
- Establishes a national database for collecting basic information about Chamorro veterans and servicemembers that can be used to provide accurate demographic information about Chamorro veterans
- Enables NOCVA to collect demographic data on Chamorro veterans in order to apply for grants and sponsorship funding that will be used to develop programs and initiatives to benefit Chamorro veterans
- Provides Chamorro veterans and servicemembers with a resource to connect with each other and learn about previous generations of Chamorro veterans
NOCVA will not release any information you submit on this form to anyone or any group without your knowledge or permission. Information you submit to become a member of NOCVA will be kept confidential and used by the National Office for statistical purposes only (for example, to show demographic information about Chamorro veterans and their supporters, such as number of members, state of residence, age group, and type of military service).
How To Become a Member
Chamorro Veterans — complete a NOCVA membership form – Chamorro Veterans. You will automatically be included in the National Registry of Chamorro Veterans.
Supporters of NOCVA — complete a NOCVA membership form – Supporter.
Membership forms can be completed online or by mailing a copy of the form to our national office address:
11704 Cygnet Drive
Waldorf, Maryland 20601