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  • Arlington at 150
    Events designed to commemorate Arlington National Cemetery’s 150th anniversary   By Jennifer Lynch ANC Public Affairs Office   Arlington National Cemetery will host a series of events from May through June 2014 to honor the traditions, remember the sacrifice and explore the history of the cemetery as it commemorates 150 years as a national cemetery. […]
  • Free admission at some events for active military, veterans and their families
    A variety of entertainment events offer free admission for active military, drilling reservists, veterans and their families.
  • MAVO Legislative Update – 4/20/14
    There are now four weeks left in this year’s legislative session.  Funding bills must be “Truly Agreed and Finally Passed” by 9 May and the session must end by 6:00 p.m. on 16 May. The Lottery Ticket bill, HJR 48, was heard in the Senate Ways and Means Committee last Thursday with no one testifying against […]
  • What Does the VFW Do on Capitol Hill?
    The VFW advocates on behalf of veterans in Washington, D.C. Do you ever wonder what the VFW’s office on Capitol Hill does to help our veterans? In the last year alone, VFW’s advocacy efforts in Washington have improved consumer resources for college-bound veterans; preserved military quality-of-life programs like tuition assistance; repealed the back-door de
  • Wisconsin Mobile Service Office Schedule – 2014
  • VFW Action Corps Weekly, April 17, 2014
    In This Issue:1. VFW Counters ‘Crazy Vet’ Editorial2. VFW Discusses Issues with Recovering Warrior Task Force3. Medal of Honor to Go to OEF Soldier4. Tricare Prime Update5. Field Report: Alaska Discusses Veterans’ Issues with Senator Begich6. Veterans Legislation Needs Your Help7. Two WWII MIAs Recovered 1. VFW Counters ‘Crazy Vet’ Editorial: VFW National Co
  • Chaplain Smith Funeral Services Announced
    The Department Quartermaster has announced the funeral details for North Carolina VFW State Chaplain Stephen Smith. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Heartland Honor Flight Donation
    The local Voiture 1015 of the 40 & 8 , along with the John E. Walls VFW 2534, have each contributed money to the Heartland Honor Flight organization to help offset the cost of flying the Nebraska City, NE World War II and Korean War Veterans to Washington DC. The last flight on March 25th […]
  • Mo VFW Cootie Convention – April 2014
    Missouri Cooties and Auxiliary Sisters held 79th Grand Scratch and 53rd Grand Convention   – April 11th – 13th, 2014 at the Truman Hotel and Convention Center, Jefferson City, MO.  Guest attending were Missouri Department Sr Vice Commander Chris Bell, Supreme MOC Commander Mark Newman from Delaware, Supreme MOCA Conductress Penny Sue Cacoulidis from North Ca
  • VFW Legislative Alert: Urge Senate to Pass S. 1982
    VFW Legislative Alert: Urge Senate to Pass S. 1982 – Comprehensive Veterans’ and Health Benefits Package Today! Background:  S. 1982, the Comprehensive Veterans Health and Benefits and Military Retirement Pay Restoration Act of 2014 is the most comprehensive veterans’ legislation to be introduced in decades. It addresses many of the VFW’s legislative priorit

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