MEMORIALS & BURIALS

American Red Cross, Military Family Support

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The American Red Cross' unwavering commitment to members of the U.S. military, its veterans and their families continues to grow and develop more than a century after Clara Barton first recruited nurses to support the U.S. Army. Today, the Red Cross is meeting the needs of a changing military and expanding services to veterans. Red Cross support of military members and their families enhances morale and contributes to increased operational capability in several ways.

VFW Post 577

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This organization is designed to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts as well as to serve our veterans, the military, and our communities. They also advocate on behalf of all veterans, their spouses and children.

Army Museum - U.S. Army National Museum

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The NMUSA will be more than just a building. It will be an experience that will engage visitors of all ages emotionally and intellectually in the Army's history and heritage and allow them to experience what it is like to be a Soldier.

American Legion Linglestown Post 272

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We are a home away from home for Veterans and their families!

Collin County Veteran Services

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The Collin County Veteran Services Office is a department of Collin County. We are not part of the Veterans Administration nor funded by them. We are your ADVOCATE and can assist you or represent you in dealing with the Veterans Administration.

Department of Veteran Affairs, San Diego, CA

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VA administers a variety of benefits and services that provide financial and other forms of assistance to Service members, Veterans, their dependents and survivors.

El Paso County Veterans Assistance Office

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The Veteran Assistance program provides assistance to veterans their dependents, and surviving spouses of El Paso County in any manner related to the Department of Veterans Affairs and help administer the veterans programs of the State of Texas.

Loch Raven VA Community Living & Rehabilitation Center

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Veteran Rehabilitation and Hospice Care

Make the Connection - U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

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Make the Connection is a public awareness campaign by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) that provides personal testimonials and resources to help Veterans discover ways to improve their lives. Many of our Nation's Veterans—from those who served in World War II to those involved in current conflicts—return not only with physical wounds but also mental health issues they may not recognize.

National Association of American Veterans

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The National Association of American Veterans, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in November 2005 to be a provider of health care information, emergency assistance and advocacy, counseling, housing coordination, and educational programs for all service members, with an emphasis on the severely wounded and single parent service members, military caregivers, veterans, and their families at risk of not returning to normalcy after serving in a war, and residing in underserved areas nationwide.

Nevada Department of Veteran Services

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Nevada Department of Veterans Services - Serving those who has served us. Locations in numerous locations throughout the State. Nevada location in Las Vegas, Reno, Fallon and Elko

Texas Veterans Portal (Statewide)

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Learn more about how to obtain the veteran benefits you’ve earned through your service to our country in the state of Texas. Services available through many organization, legal services and other sources throughout the state of Texas. Most all made available through the Texas Veterans Commission and the Department of Veteran Affairs.

United States Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs

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The Veterans' Affairs committee was created in 1970 to transfer responsibilities for veterans from the Finance and Labor committees to a single panel. From 1947 to 1970, matters relating to veterans compensation and veterans generally were referred to the Committee on Finance, while matters relating to the vocational rehabilitation, education, medical care, civil relief, and civilian readjustment of veterans were referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

VA Medical Centers & Clinic Locations (Regional), Plano, TX

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Department of Veteran Hospitals and Clinic locations accessible in the Plano, TX area region.

VFW Post 76

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All American status is meant to recognize outstanding units and is based on participation in VFW Programs as well as membership gains by Posts, Districts and Departments. Contact VFW Post 76 for annual deadlines.

York County Veterans Honor Guard

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In 1984 local veteran organizations began receiving requests from families of deceased York County veterans for military funerals. The veterans' organizations were unable to honor the requests due to lack of members available to properly perform a full military funeral. Upon being informed of the situation, the York County Joint Veterans Council, with the support of the York County Department of Veteran Affairs, took action. With the guidance of a few dedicated veterans a burial detail was formed to provide a deceased veteran's family with a flag folding and taps ceremony only. In 1985 William Buchbinder, a 43 year Navy veteran moved to the York area and became involved. Seeing a need to improve the burial detail Buchbinder visited local veterans posts to recruit members. Membership increased enabling the group to provide full military honors for the honorably discharged veteran. On August 29, 1988, the group separated from the York County Joint Veterans Council and became the York County Veterans Honor Guard, a self-governing group to be held accountable to the York County Dept. of Veterans Affairs and the York County Board of Commissioners. William Buchbinder was elected Commander by the eighteen members of the Honor Guard. Accurate records were not kept during the years from 1984 thru 1988, but indications are that the Honor Guard performed 250 funerals during that time period. In the years 1989 thru 2010, 5706 services were recorded. Milestones include: January 2004 – 6 funerals in one day May 2011 – most funerals in one month (51) 2007 - most funerals in one year (384) September 2008 – most members participating in one service (29) August 2, 2011 - most flags presented simultaneously to one family - 6 Collective Mileage: Most in one month: March 2012 11,284, Most in one year: 2010 – 86,233 miles In 2011 the York County Veterans Honor Guard is comprised of approximately 38 active members representing all five of the Uniformed Services. All members of the York County Honor Guard are volunteers. Membership requires that they be Honorably Discharged veterans. Approximately 350 funerals are provided yearly for York County veterans with an attendance averaging 18 to 20 members, allowing for a Full Detail which includes flag folding and presentation, color guard, rifle salute and taps. We sincerely believe the service we provide is a richly deserved recognition and tribute to our departed comrades who protected the American freedoms for all of us.

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