District/Post Website Use for May 2014

T Mundell media Each one is a link that will take you to an active website – Click on “Latest News” on the page to see what the District/Post has been up to. Districts http://myvfw.org/mo/dist1 http://myvfw.org/mo/dist5 http://myvfw.org/mo/dist12 http://myvfw.org/mo/dist14 http://myvfw.org/mo/dist18 The posts are listed in District order Post 4398 Post 8045 Post 5923 Post 10906 Post 6760 Post 7158 […]

April 2014 – Women Veteran Retreat

media she serves     April 11-12, the 2nd Annual MO Women Veteran Retreat held in Columbia provided comraderie, fellowship and information to over 90 female veterans. The theme was Past, Present and Future. Ms Alice Thompson, a 92 year old WWII veteran, spoke of her experience in 1942 and what it was like for a female veteran.   […]

VFW Action Corps Weekly May 30, 2014

VFW Jaimie B 1. VA Secretary Shinseki Resigns 2. House Hearing on Phoenix VA 3. DOD to Review Military Treatment Facilities 4. VFW Testifies on Transition Process 5. Take the Education and Transition Survey 6. Korean War MIA Identified   1. VA Secretary Shinseki Resigns: The president today accepted the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki. In […]

Run For The Wall – 2014

Nancy 5     The annual Run For The Wall motorcycle ride in support of those Missing In Action and Prisoner of Wars came through Wentzville, MO on May 19thwith the riders stopping at VFW Post 5327 for a short ceremony, food and then off to showers provided by the local IAW.      Full story and more pics […]

VFW Action Corps Weekly May 23, 2014

logo right   In This Issue: 1. VA Secretary Writes Letter to Veterans 2. House Clears NDAA 3. Senate Defense Bill Update 4. New Medal of Honor Recipient Named 5. Memorial Day 2014 6. Korean War MIA Identified   1. VA Secretary Writes Letter to Veterans: In an effort to help restore the faith all veterans should […]

MAVO Legislative Report – End of Session – 16 May 2014

MAVO media   Attached is the Final Report for the 2014 Legislative Session for Missouri.  Fifteen bills were passed that affected veterans and our military.  Three were budget bills, five were Concurrent Resolutions, one was a Joint Resolution and six were regular bills that will go to the Governor for signature.  In addition, there were eleven other bills […]