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Synonyms for VFW

an organization of United States war veterans

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A: There are hundreds of spaces at the VFW ground,s but entry is right-in only from Route 120.
Officially, VFW is pushing for a "New GI Bill for the 21st Century" that would be similar to the original World War II-era GI Bill.
I would like to commend VFW on the nice article dedicated to Cold War vets.
"When I think of VFW, I picture old men sitting around swapping war stories and playing pitch, maybe drinking," Kevin Danciak said.
The VFW Post 4600 also announced new overflow parking will be available for the Sept.
The Bill Murray movie "Groundhog Day," in which the same morning scene repeats over and over, has nothing on the 45-week run at the VFW. For months, the VFW has been selling tickets virtually nonstop when it is open, with an estimated $700,000 to $800,000 sold for this weeks drawing.
* promote VFW's worthwhile service within your community.
Today, there are nearly 1.7 million members of the VFW and its Auxiliary.
John Furgess of Nashville, Tenn., was elected VFW's senior vice commander-in-chief at the 104th National Convention in San Antonio, Texas, held Aug.
* Glendale Heights and VFW Post 2377 honor veterans at 11 a.m.
Our organization must stay focused on achieving excellence in all of VFW's founding principles--caring for veterans, advocating a strong defense, promoting patriotism and providing community service.
at the cemetery; and a VFW Memorial Day Ceremony at 11 a.m.
VFW officials angrily denounced a proposed VA budget that is nearly $2 billion less than what lawmakers promised earlier this year.
A Gulf War vet from Illinois provides his perspective on how VFW can attract and retain younger members.