Veterans of Foreign Wars

Veterans of Foreign Wars
Veterans of Foreign Wars is listed in the Fraternal Organizations category in Baldwin Park, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Veterans of Foreign Wars which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Veterans of Foreign Wars on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Veterans of Foreign Wars is:
4117 Alderson Ave
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
(626) 337-9171

"Veterans of Foreign Wars" - ZapScore Report

Veterans of Foreign Wars has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that Veterans of Foreign Wars has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Baldwin Park, California is 36 and in the Fraternal Organizations category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore

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Veterans of Foreign Wars VFW shared USAA's photo.
Since World War I, more than 645,000 men and women have given their lives in defense of our freedom. Every year, veterans hand make millions of poppies to remember their fallen comrades on Memorial Day.

VFW Post 4816 is celebrating 50 years on May 30! Happy anniversary. @BLifeMontgomery @TribuneNews07 #VFWPostPride

RT @MilitaryTimes: VA plans mental care for discharged vets, but at what cost?

Veterans of Foreign Wars VFW added a new photo to the album: Remembering America’s Heroes — with John E Campbell.
CPT Sara Knutson Cullen was a bright, energetic and caring person who left her mark on this world even though she was only here for 27 short years. She had an infectious, goofy laugh that carried through walls. She was a 2007 graduate of West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. Sara branched aviation and became a Blackhawk pilot. She was stationed in Fairbanks, Alaska, and deployed from there on a humanitarian mission to Pakistan. It was in Alaska that she met the love of her life, Chris. After getting married in November 2012, they moved to Hunter Army Airfield and she deployed to Afghanistan in January 2013. Her aircraft went down on March 11, 2013. Chris, who was in Afghanistan at the time, escorted her and her crew home. After her death, BG Chris Hughes wrote us that Sara "always spoke truth to power. But more importantly, she had an incredible sense of humor, contagious smile and made us all laugh even during dark and difficult times." She had a deep concern for her soldiers and went above and beyond to help them. I think she would be proudest of all the letters and stories by her soldiers on her influence on their lives. We found a book she was writing on her computer after she died and perhaps this is her legacy. Sara wrote, "There is only one thing that I know for sure. Only one fact in life that to me, is indisputable. Love is omnipotent. It cannot be defined, it cannot be measured, and it cannot be compared. It only belongs to those two souls lucky enough to stumble upon it and lives in the footprint that those hearts leave behind. This is the lesson of my life, the piece of truth that I will gladly float upon into the eternity of history. For my story will not be one known to mankind but my love was strong enough to change the world."

Don't wait! Sign your VFW Post up and help the VFW and @TractorSupply 'Salute Our Troops' this #MemorialDay.

Don't wait! Sign your VFW Post up and help the VFW and Tractor Supply Co. make this year’s Memorial Day weekend a true salute to our troops.
The VFW and Tractor Supply Company (TSC) are teaming up for the fifth consecutive year to make this year’s Memorial Day weekend a community event...

RT @VAVetBenefits: Today at 3pm ET, we'll be in a Facebook Live event with @GotYourSix answering your VA Life Insurance questions: https:…

Veterans of Foreign Wars VFW added a new photo to the album: Remembering America’s Heroes.
On Jan. 10, 1971, one day after my 15th birthday, my parents and their very dear friends, were spending an evening together when those same friends received the devastating news that their 21-year-old eldest son, PFC Barry H. Berger (an Army Ranger), was killed in action in Ouang Ngai, Vietnam. He was in a reconnaissance mission to extract soldiers from an ambush. My friend Barry was the last man on the ground, after successfully helping those soldiers to the safety of a hovering helicopter. As he began his ascent on the rope ladder, the aircraft lost altitude, causing him to fall thru the trees to his death. Barry was well known in the community and our high school, as an intelligent and hard working young man, who proudly left his time at American University, to serve his country. He is remembered as being fun loving ... a gentle giant, yet dedicated to his mission, and executing it with bravery. It was with the remembrance of that tragic night that I was resolved to choose to serve also, many years later, as a young wife and mother. I was commissioned as a USAF Flight Nurse during Desert Storm. As a Registered Nurse, I wanted to use my skills to help our wounded, always remembering the sacrifices of young men and women, like Barry! I took my children when they were young to see his name on the Vietnam Wall! He is the only citizen of my hometown, Ocean City, Md., to have been killed in the line of duty. We honor him as a true hero, as we do all who answer the call!

RT @Sears: We’re commemorating #MemorialDay with military-inspired grass art featured at select @VFWHQ posts #HeroesAtHome…

The handmade VFW “Buddy”® Poppy is an iconic symbol of remembrance across America. It honors all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and reminds us of the true cost of freedom. But what exactly does it mean to the disabled veterans who assemble them? #poppyinmemory