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VFW National Commander Testifies Before Congress

During today’s [Wednesday's] testimony before a joint hearing of the Senate and House Veterans Affairs Committees, the national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. (VFW) expressed the organization’s deep concern over America’s disregard for veterans.

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VFW Announces 2013-2014 National Youth Scholarship Contest Winners

The winners of the VFW and Ladies Auxiliary sponsored Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition and the Patriot’s Pen essay competition were announced yesterday[Monday] during the 2014 VFW Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C.

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2014: A Message from the VFW Commander-in-Chief

Two events in 2014 will no doubt put veterans and the armed forces in the national limelight: congressional elections and withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from Afghanistan.

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Thanksgiving Thank You from the Veterans of Foreign Wars

The National Office of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has created a special Thanksgiving “Thank You” message for all VFW Service Officers, Members and supporters.

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VFW Demands a Federal Budget Be Passed

VFW National Commander sends President and Congress formal letter

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VFW Carries DOD Budget Fight to Congress

The national legislative committee of America’s oldest and largest major war veterans’ organization concluded its fall meeting here Wednesday with a direct message to all 535 members of Congress: “Finish Strong for Veterans.”

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2013 Year in Review

Click to watch the 2013 Year in Review video.

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Navy Veteran Elected to Lead the VFW

Navy Veteran Elected to Lead the VFW

William A. Thien will serve as VFW Commander-in-Chief

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114TH VFW National Convention Rolls into Louisville

More than 10,000 members of the nation’s oldest and largest major combat veterans’ organization are rolling into the Blue Grass State this weekend to elect new leadership and to approve national resolutions that will guide its advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill and its veteran and military support programs across the country.

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