Veterans' Alliance for Security and Democracy

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The Veterans' Alliance for Security and Democracy (VETPAC) is a multi-candidate political action committee in the United States.

VETPAC endorses, actively supports and helps fund candidates for national office who they feel share their principles of security and democracy. These candidates are often (but not always) Veterans and Fighting Dems.

In March 2006, the group endorsed Mike Thompson's plan for redeployment in Iraq.[1] Dubbed the "Change the Course" policy emphasized a massive increase in training of Iraqi forces using Allied training capability outside Iraq.

In August 2006, the VETPAC joined Max Cleland to speak out against the "swiftboating" of John Murtha.[2][permanent dead link]

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