Amvets Post 81

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Amvets Post 81
Amvets Post 81 is listed in the Clubs category in North Fort Myers, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Amvets Post 81 which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amvets Post 81 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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1910 N Tamiami Trl
North Fort Myers, FL 33903
(239) 995-1139
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Good luck to these #veteran athletes! #vetscompete twitter.com/vaadaptivespor…


These 5 Cities Are Ranked The Best For #Veterans 🌇 | via @TaskandPurpo taskandpurpose.com/5-cities-ranke…


RT @Justice4Vets: Congratulations are in order! #LeaveNoVeteranBehind twitter.com/hawaiinformer/…


RT @Justice4Vets: On Saturday, some service members received the welcome home party they never got. #Justice4Vets lompocrecord.com/news/local/ser…


2017 RECRUIT 5 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE amvets.org/2017-recruit-5…

AMVETS National Headquarters shared Task & Purpose's post.
This is what happened when Marine Cpl. Kyle Carpenter got the call...
The moment when Carpenter was notified by then-President Barack Obama was captured on video in 2014.

'New group brings veterans from the battlefield to the ballfield.'
MISSION VIEJO — Hundreds gathered at Saddleback College on Saturday, March 25, for the third annual Veterans Resource Fair, which offered both typical and unexpected services for veterans.

AMVETS National Headquarters shared NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt's video.
A retired marine makes history by becoming one of the first double amputee police officers in the U.S.
#InspiringAmerica: A retired marine makes history by becoming one of the first double amputee police officers in the U.S.

AMVETS National Headquarters shared Task & Purpose's post.
#MedalOfHonorDay
“I want people to understand that these were your average combat line platoon guys, not SEAL Team Six." #MedalOfHonorDay
With the upcoming release of his memoir, MoH recipient Clint Romesha opens up about the difficult task of writing about war.

'Milk was just one of more than 30 vendors at "Stand Up for Veterans" at the DoubleTree by Hilton. The yearly event offers different services and opportunities to Veterans across New York State free of charge. Milk retired from duty in 2011 and suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).'
Kyle Milk served in the US Air Force for more than 25 years and is helping veterans recover from PTSD and substance abuse.