Veterans of Foreign Wars


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Noun1.Veterans of Foreign Wars - an organization of United States war veteransVeterans of Foreign Wars - an organization of United States war veterans
association - a formal organization of people or groups of people; "he joined the Modern Language Association"
ex-serviceman, vet, veteran - a person who has served in the armed forces
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at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall at 20 Federal Hill Road and march down Main Street to the American Legion Hall at 227 Main St.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9448, 88558 Oak Hill Cemetery Road, Eugene.
My one regret--I thank Ron Holsey for giving me a chance to repair some of the damage--is my ill-advised witticism about homophobic yokels at the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
And in his speech before the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Cheney noted that Saddam Hussein has "a seat atop 10 percent of the world's oil reserves.
DC's Veterans of Foreign Wars building, where attendees included Taylor.
Just listen to what one vet lobbyist, Mario Raimondi of the New York State Veterans of Foreign Wars, had to say about the common-sense plan: "This proposal is a tragic error and a shameful display of unconcern for the American veterans and their continued need for medical assistance.
Wysong Director, National Security & Foreign Affairs Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.
Robert was a long time member of the American Legion Post 435 and a life time member of the Veterans of Foreign War Post 3657.
That gathering was hosted by the park district, Veterans of Foreign Wars Simi Valley Post 10049, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 55, the Ventura County Marine Corps Detachment 597 and the Kiwanis Club of Simi Valley.
In addition, the Veterans of Foreign Wars has donated $100,000 toward the memorial, and this donation was immediately matched by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation.
Department of Agriculture, the French consulate, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation.

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