Military/Press Releases

New VFW Auxiliary Now Welcomes Men

Untitled Document Historic change reflects today’s military and veteran families KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Today, John A. Biedrzycki Jr., national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) added his official signature to the new congressional charter of its Auxiliary organization in a historical event solidifying the VFW’s commitment to membership equality for all military families. ... More

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Oakley Standard Issue Launches New Website

Untitled Document New Site Offers Expanded Product Views, Improved Functionality and Multi-media. FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif., – Oakley Standard Issue, a division of Oakley, Inc., recently launched a new website for their OakleySI.com membership program. The website has been overhauled from the ground up and offers a fresh look, advanced product merchandising, and multi-media content; providing the ultimate user-friendly ex ... More

VFW Salutes New Agent Orange Decision

Untitled Document Contaminated C-123 aircraft used years after Vietnam War WASHINGTON — The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United is saluting today’s decision by the Department of Veterans Affairs to begin accepting disability claims from veterans potentially exposed to Agent Orange-contaminated aircraft in the post-Vietnam era. The decision by VA Secretary Bob McDonald could now benefit as many as 1,500 ... More