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Mo VFW CDR Cowan Visits Ava, Mo

Mo VFW CDR Nancy Cowan and VFW Post 5993 CDR Scott Huffman. Ava Post 5993 and its Ladies Auxiliary held their first “Thank you to Ava community for all the support to our veterans” on Sunday, July 5, 2015 at the AVA Square at the Gazebo.  Lots of community leaders and residents were on hand […]

Surgeon Armenta Travels to District 1

Mo VFW Surgeon Ruben Armenta and District 1 Sr-Vice CDR John Roush, Post 6278     State Surgeon Ruben Armenta visited District 1 School of Instruction and District meeting in Marceline Missouri on July 11, 2015.  The school/meeting was attended by many comrades, no one left the meeting without learning something new. Contributed by Ruben Armenta […]

VFW Action Corps Weekly, July 10, 2015

In This Issue: Take Action! Army to Shrink by 40,000 Soldiers The 116th National Convention of the VFW “Meet Them in the District” Campaign Unveiled Veterans ID Card Bill OPM Data Breech Update Take Action!: An “Action Alert” was issued today concerning pending legislation about the largest changes to the military retirement system since its […]

VFW Action Alert: Military Compensation and Retirement

Take Action! Background: Congress established the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission in 2013 to provide the President and Congress with recommendations to modernize the military’s compensation system. One of the Commission’s recommendations is to provide all service members with a 401(k)-style retirement plan with a government match, and provide retirees with a blended retirement plan […]


WASHINGTON — The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United is saluting today’s decision by the Department of Veterans Affairs to begin accepting disability claims from veterans potentially exposed to Agent Orange-contaminated aircraft in the post-Vietnam era. The decision by VA Secretary Bob McDonald could now benefit as many as 1,500 to 2,100 Air Force […]

VA eliminates net worth as health care eligibility factor

In a recent news release, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced it is changing eligibility for VA health care by eliminating net worth as a determining factor that will result in more Veterans having access to health care benefits. According to the release, this change makes VA health care benefits more accessible to lower-income Veterans […]