They've got more than 70 years of combined military service and they served their country with pride.
And they're still serving their country and fellow veterans many years after leaving the service.
Don Vaughn, Dean Peugh and Andy Dufresne are the driving force behind the Disabled American Veterans transport van operating in the Imperial Valley.
But they've got a problem — they urgently need a few good men and women to join them in transporting veterans to the Veterans Administration Hospital in San Diego for medical appointments.
"We're in real danger of losing our van and the ability to get our veterans to their appointments if we don't get at least five new volunteers to help with the driving," Vaughn said Wednesday.
Vaughn, veterans' services officer with Imperial County, described the need for new volunteers as being extremely urgent.
"The transportation coordinator for (Disabled American Veterans), Shirley Wilson, came out from San Diego on Oct. 17 and said she had come to discuss taking our van … that we did not have the drivers needed to maintain the van."