1st Advantage earns Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Certification for its commitment to hiring military veterans

YORKTOWN, VA (September 25, 2020) — The Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Veterans Services (DVS) has awarded 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union the Virginia Values Veterans (V3) certification for its commitment to hiring military veterans.

Virginia Values Veterans (V3) is a groundbreaking program administered by DVS that works with companies as well as state and local governmental agencies across the Commonwealth to promote the recruitment, hiring and retention of military veterans in the Virginia workforce.

Founded as Fort Eustis Federal Credit Union in 1951, 1st Advantage has a proud legacy of supporting our military community through partnerships, volunteerism, and donations. 1st Advantage also recognizes the importance and value veterans bring to the workforce and the local community.

Paul W. Muse, President and CEO of 1st Advantage, said “We are honored to be a part of the Virginia Values Veterans program. The military community runs deep in our history and the credit union would not be where it is today without their support and involvement.”

About 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union

1st Advantage, a not-for-profit financial institution, is headquartered in Yorktown, Virginia. Established in 1951 as Ft. Eustis Federal Credit Union, 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union with assets of over $950 million serves over 70,000 members and operates 14 branches in Southeastern Virginia and parts of North Carolina. For more information, please visit


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