Thank you for visiting our list of most Frequently Asked Questions and we hope this will be able to help you with the information you may need.
You can contact the National Personnel Records Center at 314-801-0800 or via its website. In addition to providing copies of military records, they are able to update records to correct errors or reflect awards that may have been issued retroactively.
You must be a veteran who has honorably served overseas in an area of foreign conflict in order to join the VFW. However, if you are not eligible for VFW membership but are the parent, grandparent, spouse, sibling, child or grandchild of a qualifying veteran, you can apply for membership in the VFW Auxiliary. Visit the VFW Auxiliary Florida website or call 816-561-8655 for more information.
On the top tool bar click the down arrow at the "Resources" button. Click on the tab that says "Reports & Forms". Under that tab is all of the Department, District and Post forms.
On the top tool bar of the website is a tab that says "News" Click the arrow next to it and go to the tab that says "Florida VFW News and Events". There is where you will find the latest information and be able to print out any flyers.
Yes. VFW Service Officers are trained professionals, skilled in navigating the complex VA claims process and helping veterans to recover billions in VA benefits and compensation each year. Whether you're just preparing to file a claim or considering filing an appeal to your disability rating, find a VFW Service Officer in your area to get the assistance you've earned - free of charge. And you don't have to be a member to take advantage of this service.
No. The VFW's congressional charter prohibits the organization from endorsing or otherwise supporting political candidates or any individual running for a public office position.