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Address: 255 Vfw Historic Ln Reno, NV 89501.
Phone: (775) 825-7007
Specialties: Community Service Non Profit, Social Clubs.
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Veterans of Foreign Wars – Reno Likes 1 The VFW traces its roots back to 1899 when veterans of the Spanish-American War (1898) and the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902) founded local organizations to secure rights and benefits for their service: Many arrived home wounded or sick. More
4 reviews of Veterans of Foreign Wars "Friendliness and camaraderie rules at the VFW's Reno Battle Born Bunker. The Canteen is open each Tuesday through Saturday from 4 pm - 8 pm. Originally founded in 1899, as the American Veterans of Foreign… More
The Veterans of Foreign Wars, located in Reno, NV, provides support for veterans of the US Armed Forces. Veteran Services connects veterans with several government agencies and nonprofit organizations at the federal, Nevada state, and Reno level. These services include veteran benefits assistance, services for veterans with disabilities, and ... More
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VFW Battle Born Post 9211, Reno, Nevada. 475 likes · 14 talking about this · 585 were here. Veterans Of Foreign Wars Battle Born Post 9211 "the Bunker" More
Nevada Department of Veterans Service - Las Vegas (702) 224-6025: Room 1C237: Paralyzed Veterans of America - Las Vegas (702) 791-9000 x14478: Room 1C390: Paralyzed Veterans of America - Reno (775) 321-4789: Room 105: Veterans of Foreign Wars - Reno (775) 321-4885: Room 103: Veterans of Foreign Wars - Las Vegas More
J. R. is a Life Member of the Vietnam Veterans of America – Sierra Nevada Chapter 989; The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 9211, Reno; The Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association, Golden Gate Chapter; and The Navy League of the US Carson City Chapter. J. R. and wife Brigitte reside in Reno with her three cats. More
,In July 1935, The Department of Nevada was split away from The Department of California – Nevada, and charted as a stand-alone Department. John Cerrita of post 407 was the first State Commander. There were five active posts that transferred to the department: 958, 407, 1753, 2313, and 2350. As we celebrate 82 years, of working for our veterans we have grown to 6 districts, 37 posts, and 22 ... More
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. is accepting donations to help veterans, service members and military families impacted by the recent string of natural disasters. The VFW’s Disaster Relief Fund provides our organization the opportunity to react quickly with immediate relief to those in the affected areas. More
As the largest and oldest war veterans service organization, we have a long and proven history of providing vital assistance and support to America's service members, veterans and their families. From fighting for veterans benefits on Capitol Hill, to financial grants, transition support and educational scholarships, we're there to ensure current and former service members receive the benefits ... More