Coming home doesn't mean the battle is over. With over 10 times the amount of veterans lost to suicide than to combat operations in the same time period, there has never been a more important time to TAKE A STAND and DO something to support our veterans!! If you or someone you know is suffering from PTSD, we have people that have shared a similar experience and are ready to help.
Post Meetings - 1st Thursday of each month Next Month - June 3rd, 7:00 pmInstallation of Officers - May 14th, 2021 7:00 pmPutting Flags on Cemeteries Saturday May 29th, meet at post at 10:00amMemorial Day Parade - May 31st, will start at 10:00 am
...we want to welcome today's military service members into our ranks to become part of our elite group.
WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Kosovo, War in Afghanistan, War in Iraq, War on Global Terror and other Peace-Keeping Expeditionary Campaigns throughout the globe.
On the battlefield, the military pledges to leave no soldier behind. As a Nation, let it be our pledge that when they return home, we leave no veteran behind.
Ask not what your country can do for you, ask you can do for your country.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - On behalf of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, I would like to take the opportunity to publicly thank Dr. Richard Stone for the outs...
That the purpose of this Corporation shall be fraternal, patriotic, historical, charitable, and educational: to preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members; to assist worthy comrades; to perpetuate the memory and history of our dead; and to assist their widows and orphans; to maintain true allegiance to the Government of the United States of America, and fidelity to its Constitution and laws; to foster true patriotism; to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, and to preserve and defend the United States from all her enemies.
The Post was named to honor the memory of John A. Harley and James H .Helfrich. These young men were the first fallen soldiers from Crestline during World War II. John Harley served in the Navy as a pharmacist's mate. He was killed in a naval battle of Guadalcanal in 1942. James Helfrich was in the Army. He survived the surrender of Bataan and the infamous death march that followed He died in a Manchurian prisoner of war camp in 1942