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ABOUT THE DEFENSE CREDIT UNION COUNCIL
The Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC) is a niche membership association representing the interests of defense credit unions operating on military installations worldwide. The Council is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors consisting of a representative from each of the services -- Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force -- plus three representatives at large.
The Defense Council operates from day to day under the supervision of a President/CEO, a Senior Vice President of Operations, and a small staff from offices in Washington, D.C., and supports two Sub-councils --- the Defense Credit Union Council's Overseas Sub-council and the Midwest Sub-council.
Since 1963, DCUC's mission is to act as the primary liaison to the Department of Defense for defense credit unions, and is the Department's principal conduit to defense credit unions on military bases stateside and overseas.
The Defense Credit Union Council is a niche membership association representing the interests of defense credit unions operating on military installations worldwide.
Whether working strategic or operational issues, or addressing regulatory or legislative matters, the Defense Council's close working relationship with DoD has ensured members of the United States Armed Forces and their families are provided financial services in the finest traditions of the credit union philosophy.