J. Wilbur Adams
VFW Post 3404
1136 E. Atlantic
Springfield, MO 65803
COMMANDER AL WAGNER 417-830-7771
Veterans Are Family
Welcome to the My VFW Missouri Post 3404 Network.
The Missouri Veterans of Foreign Wars has a rich tradition of serving veterans, military families and their local communities. We invite you to explore this website and our entire VFW Missouri network of sites to learn more about our organization.
Come join veterans from WWII to Iraq & Afghanistan, Vietnam & Korea, and the Global War on Terror at Post 3404. We welcome new members every month!
If you are a veteran and would like to join the VFW, we invite you to fill out the Join the VFW form. Need assistance to join? Contact Harry Kelley Membership Committee Chairman, via email at email@example.com and he will get you squared away at Post 3404 or the post of your choice.
VFW POST 3404 REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING SCHEDULED FOR JULY 4 WILL BE HELD ON
JUNE 27. AUXILIARY MEETS ALSO.
When 6PM. For a donation food will be available at 5PM
J. Wilbur Adams VFW Post 3404 invites you to play Bingo with us.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Where: 1137 East Atlantic, Springfield, MO When: Every Saturday night
Sales start at 3:30PM, Bingo starts at 5:30PM. Pull Tabs and Event Tickets such as Race Horse Downs, Pot of Gold, and Monkey in the Middle are sold after 3:00PM. Our Post is a non-smoking facility (we do have 3 short smoke breaks) and we do not have Bingo Machines. Food is available from the Veterans Cafe. The Post number is (417) 865-6929
Come play Bingo with us!!!
As of May 31, 2019, information derived from the
Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency
|Unaccounted for From Past Conflicts|
|WWII||Korean War||Vietnam War||Cold War||Iraq & Other Conflicts||Total|
VFW 3404 participated in the 2ND Annual Western Greene County Veterans Parade in Willard on November 3. It was a great parade. Pictures of VFW participants in the parade. Commander Al Wagner, Don Nix pulling float, VFW float with Scouts and Auxiliary members including Fay Nix as Betsy Ross repairing Old Glory, and Jr. Vice Ward Bowen in his Corvette.
VFW and Auxiliary members Nelson Eighmy, Clifton Eighmy, John Roush, and Carol Roush, Debra Roush, and Arnold Wilkerson cooked for and served food to the Bands and other participants and workers of the Parade.
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