Welcome to TREA: The Enlisted Association

Mission Statement
The mission of TREA: The Enlisted Association is to enhance the quality of
life for uniformed services enlisted personnel, their families and survivors
–including veterans, active components,reserve components, and all retirees;
to stop the erosion of earned benefits through our legislative efforts; to 
maintain our esprit de corps, dedication and patriotism; and to continue our
devotion and allegiance to God and Country

National President Hilinski provided TREA's Testimony to the Joint Hearing of the Senate and House Committees on Veterans Affairs.  TREA officials later briefed Majority and Minority staff on TREA's priorities.  
Click here to read the full written testimony 

To view TREA's new slide show click here

Are you a photographer?
TREA is looking for a photographer for the upcoming Convention in Denver.
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Registration for the 2019 Convention is now open 
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“The 2019 Military Family Lifestyle Survey is now live until June 14, 2019!”
Click here to take the survey as a TREA member 

Now accepting Applications for the 2019 Auxiliary Scholarship
Please click here 
Deadline for the Auxiliary Scholarship is 
June 1st 2019

New VA welcome kit --. Welcome kit tries to make it easy for veterans to access, understand and obtain full range of services

  Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?
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Memorial Foundation Press Release 
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Serving the total enlisted force: Active Duty, Veterans, Retired, Reserves and National Guard

The purpose of TREA: The Enlisted Association, a nonprofit military veterans’ organization, is to primarily represent the rights and interests of enlisted veterans before the Congress of the United States when matters affecting them are under consideration. Secondly, assist its members, both professionally and culturally; to promote health, prosperity and fellowship along with their dependents and survivors through benevolent programs. Finally, to foster fraternal and social activities in recognition that cooperative action is required for the continuance of their common interests. We firmly resolve to uphold the Constitution of the United States, improve the relationship between the military and civilian populace and to maintain liaison with active and reserve component personnel of the armed forces.

It began with an advertisement in the Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph, February 12, 1963, to gather retired enlisted men for a discussion.
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TREA's 56th National Annual Convention
will be in Denver, Co 
September 18th-20th 2019. 

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Our Mission: to enhance the quality of life for uniformed services enlisted personnel, their families and survivors. JOIN or RENEW today!
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