Amvet Post 1292

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Amvet Post 1292 is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in Milton, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Amvet Post 1292 which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amvet Post 1292 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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6333 Old Bagdad Hwy
Milton, FL 32583
(850) 983-7384
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RT @starsandstripes: The archive photo of the day: Helping the wounded, 1968 stripes.com/blogs/from-the…


RT @MilitaryTimes: Your new Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force talks promotions, enlisted pilots, dwell time and more https://t.co/yVdl…


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AMVETS Silver Helmet Awards "The Veterans' Oscar" is scheduled for March 10, 2017. amvets.org/events-informa…


WWII POW, who saved hundreds by defying Nazis, nominated for congressional gold medal via @MilitaryTimes militarytimes.com/articles/soldi…

AMVETS National Headquarters shared U.S. Marine Corps's video.
The Battle of Iwo Jima started 72 years ago today. Remember Iwo Jima, one of the bloodiest battles in U.S. history, with this rare footage.

“There’s concern about providers backing out of the network,” said Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James Cody, who is a member of the council and has seen the submissions. He asked about oversight DoD is providing, given the anxiety of some service members and families. “We’re already seeing some ill effects,” he said.
Some military families are already seeing some doctors and other health care providers dropping out of the Tricare network in advance of the change in Tricare contracts this year, according to some complaints submitted to the Department of Defense Military Family Readiness Council.

We found this video last night, believe me, it is a tear-jerker. It caused me to mentally re-summarize what it means to be a veteran, an exclusive bond that less than 10 percent of our country's living population have the honor to be a part of. There aren't very many jobs besides serving in our law enforcement, in our fire department, and military branches, that require taking an oath to protect this land and the freedoms and lives of it's people possibly in exchange for yours. It's easily recognized, in my eyes, as the most selfless profession you can choose. That is however my opinion, and we respect anyone who feels there may be a more worthy cause. I apologize for leaving a saddening post on a Friday night. TGIF.
Working as a military journalist for the better part of my adult life has hardened me in some sense. I’ve seen and reported too many times on the cost of war and countless patriots and American heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms...

'More than 1,200 veterans in Portland will sleep in their own beds tonight. It’s quite an achievement considering less than two years ago, every one of them was homeless.'
PORTLAND, Ore. -- More than 1,200 veterans in Portland will sleep in their own beds tonight. It's quite an achievement considering less than two years ago, every one of them was homeless.

'Samuel “Lee” Anderson was a 19-year-old corporal when he fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima. After 21 days of intense fighting, a landmine blast set off by a nearby soldier knocked him unconscious.'
Samuel “Lee” Anderson was wounded three weeks into the fighting.