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Welcome to our new website!

We are proud to welcome you to our new website.

Steel City Vets reconginzes the importantance of having a website that develivers the information you are looking for and we are hoping that this new website helps us deliver that.

Please feel free to look around and let us know what you think. A huge thank you to W3 Layouts for providing the templates used and thank you to all of you for visiting our site!

SCV Classic

scvclassic_banner Join us on Augst 10th for our 2nd Annual SCV Classic 4-person Golf Scramble at Club at Shadow Lakes.

Following the overwhelming success of last year's SCV Classic we are really looking forward to this year's event. Please join us for a fun day of golf with some friends while helping us raise awareness for Veterans in the area.

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About us

Serving the Post 9/11 Veterans of the Greater Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania areas.

We are a home grown Post-9/11 Veteran support group designed and run by Post-9/11 Veterans. We work with many locally and nationally based groups to help provide returning veterans with the needed support they need.

Steel City Vets (SCV) is a group for any member of the US Armed Services both currently serving and those who have served in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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otfbanner Thank you to all of those who helped make the "Out of the Foxhole" event a huge success.

If you weren't able to make it out to the event, and would like to purchase a copy of the book Embedded Enemy please visit either of these online stores.


Get your LIMITED EDITION PittsburghRemix/SCV Tshirt

Thanks to The Classy Yinzer, these limited edition SCV shirts are now available online to order. More Info

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Steel City Vets connects Veterans and provides several ways to get involved.

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veteranscrisisline If you know a Veteran or if you are Veteran in need, you can call the Veterans Crisis Line or click on this button to be taken to their website for more information.


The VA's Airborne Hazards and Open Pit Registry allows Veterans who served in support of OEF/OIF/OND as well as Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, to document their exposure and report any concerns through this online form.

Latest News

Check out some of the latest news surrounding Steel City Vets and other things effecting Veterans here in the area.

Local Vet Reacts To Deteriorating Situation In Iraq

Recently the KDKA Morning Show with Larry Reichert asked Steel City Vets' Executive Director to join in on the show to discuss the growing violence in Iraq.

Article written by: Andrew Limberg

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Army Strong Community Center Newletter

The July Addition of the Army Strong Community Center is now out. This month's addition takes a special look at different ideas on fun ways to spend the Jly 4th weekend as well as the summer together with your loved ones.

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Out of the Foxhole unites Veterans

Steel City Vets, the Veterans Breakfast Club and Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall joined forces to host a special event geared to bring Post 9/11 Veterans together. At the event, CSM (Ret) Bart Womack recounted the events that occured on March 23, 2003 at Camp Pennsylvania during a Soldier-on-Soldier attack which he has captured in his recently released book Embedded Enemy.

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Exit Plan

"Exit Plan," by Jeffery Fraser tells how readjusting to civilian life can be difficult for veterans, but many in the Pittsburgh region say they're up for the challenge - and some local philanthropies are working together to make the journey a little easier. Tintype portraits by Jason Snyder.

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Deadliest Catch star visits with local vets

Steel City Vets was proud to welcome Capt "Wild Bill" Wichrowski from the multi-Emmy award winning series Deadliest Catch back to his city. Bill, who grew up in Irwin, PA came back to Pittsburgh and took time out of schedule to spend time with us. Check out some of the pictures as seen on WPXI's "Seen and Be Seen".

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