Stand For The Flag/Anthem

Post 4680 Caruthersville

Overpass on I-55 between Hayti and Caruthersville (Hwy 412 and I-55)…Olin Parks (Past Mo VFW CDR), Post 4680 (Caruthersville)

Post 2426 Desloge & Post 6883 Bonne Terre

Post 2426 Desloge & Post 6883 Bonne Terre worked together and took a stand for our Flag, Country & Anthem. Picture taken 21 Oct on overpass on US Hwy 67 Leadington, MO and was in the Daily Journal News paper

Mel Brinkley
Captain VFW Riders – East
Department of Missouri
Commander Post 2426
Desloge, Missouri

Post 5077 O’Fallon

On October 21st, Post 5077 had 15 members & Auxiliary on the Sonderen Overpass over Interstate 70 in O’Fallon with flags and signs for this event.
I will post pictures on our facebook page.
Carl Crawford

Post 5331 Cedar Hill & District 8

On Hwy. 30 over I 270.  It was District 8 Commander Quincy Myrick, District 8 Adjutant Bill Myrick, Post 5331 Adjutant and Past Commander Dan Brown, Post 5331 Auxiliary member Colleen Lynn, and two patriotic neighbors that joined because they believe in the cause-Ray and Nancy.
Quincy Myrick
District 8


Post 2657 Fulton

VFW Post 2657 and Auxiliary and around 20 people were at Hatton-McCreadie I-70 overpass from 1-2 on October 21, to support we Stand for our Anthem. Within 30 minutes the Sheriff showed up. I don’t know what he said but after a few minutes he left.  Then about 10 minutes later the Highway Patrol showed up and told us that he had had a complaint and we were blocking the road.  We were all behind the white lines,  he then said that this was a distraction for the people driving below, ask us how long we were going to be there.  Lucky for us we had our city alderman there and he did all the talking, we told him we were only going to be there until 2, but he stayed parked until we left.

Photos and story provided courtesy of Jessie Jones, Past State CDR

Post 2657 is located in Fulton, Mo

More photos from the event can be found in the Photo Gallery in the ‘dropdown’ under ‘Department’ in the header.


Post 6947 Bismark, Mo

VFW Post 6947 posted a story and photos on it’s website.  Here is the link –

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