Corey Davenport is a native of Washington. After college he enlisted in the United States Army Military Police Corps. During the course of his service he deployed twice to Afghanistan, being awarded two Bronze Star Medals for his contributions. After returning from his second deployment it was discovered that a chronic disability had become medically disqualifying and he was medically separated from the military after 16 ½ years with his service culminating with duties as a First Sergeant. Due to his desire to continue to serve Veterans and members of the Armed Forces, he sought out opportunities in the civilian sector and decided to pursue a career as a Veterans’ Claims Advocate. He now focuses his efforts by assisting other Veterans in navigating the appeals process with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Corey’s military awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (2), the Meritorious Service Medal (2), the Army Commendation Medal (3), the Army Achievement Medal (9), and the Army Good Conduct Medal (5). He was additionally awarded numerous service ribbons throughout his military career.