VFW Urges Russia to Restore Full Accounting Support

    The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. National Commander’s trip last week to assist Russian veterans with their goal of creating a system similar to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs was made more urgent because American researchers have been banned from Russia’s central military archives for the past 13 months. According to […] Continue reading →

Packages Sent To Troops

    VFW Posts throughout the state of Missouri are sending packages to deployed troops.  Stories and photos can be found at MISSOURI     If your Missouri VFW Post, Ladies Auxiliary or Mens Auxiliary are sending packages to troops please send story along with photo to the Blogmaster to be posted on the Missouri Web Log. […] Continue reading →

Department Commander Jerry Jones Travels

    Department of Mo Commander Jerry Jones traveled to VFW Post 3118 in Pleasant Hill, Mo on November 10th to participate in their Veterans Day Ceremonies and for the presentation of Missouri Vietnam Medals to seven veterans. More pictures and a complete story are available at VFW Post 3118 Continue reading →

VFW Washington Weekly, November 9, 2007

VFW WASHINGTON WEEKLYNovember 9, 2007In This IssueNATIONAL LEGISLATIVE SERVICE1. Congress Clears Stopgap VA Funding Measure2. President Signs Veterans COLA & Mental Health Bills3. Senate Committee holds VA Appeals Court Hearing4. House VA Committee Hearing5. Veterans Day Proclamation NATIONAL SECURITY & FOREIGN AFFAIRS1. US Missile Test Successful2. US- South Korea Security Meeting3. VFW Leaders on the […] Continue reading →

Dept of Missouri Post Service Officer Event

The reason the Veterans of Foreign Wars exists is to help Veterans.  The VFW Department of Missouri has developed a program called Veterans Service Information.  The program Chairman is the Department Veterans Service Information Officer.  The VSIO communicates with the District VSIO’s who in turn communicates with each VFW Post Service Officer.  The primary goal […] Continue reading →

Upholding Veterans Day

Remembering America’s warriors is often an afterthought for many Americans. It’s about time Nov. 11 is paid its proper respect. Veterans Day, once a widely celebrated holiday, is increasingly forgotten by many Americans. One need only look at the poor turnouts at ceremonies on Nov. 11. With the percentage of citizens who have worn a […] Continue reading →

VFW WASHINGTON WEEKLY, Nov. 2, 2007

In This Issue NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE SERVICE 1. President Nominates New VA Secretary 2. VFW Testifies on VA Construction 3. SVAC holds USERRA Hearing NATIONAL SECURITY & FOREIGN AFFAIRS 1. JPAC International Toll Free Number 2. Vietnam War MIAs Identified 3. Reserve Component Mobilization To read the full story go toMO Legislative Updates Continue reading →