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    State Commander
    David Sousa
    Ladies Auxiliary President
    Wanda Wilson
    Nevada flag w VFW
    Department Headquarters
    M. Bruce Hollinger
     Department Service Officer
    Denise Estes

       The VFW with it`s auxiliaries, includes 2 million members in approximately 9,000 posts world wide.

       Our accomplishments are many, including lobbying for a GI bill for the 21st century, donating more than 1 million dollars each to the Vietnam, Korean, Women in the Service and World War II memorials: fighting for compensation to veterans diagnosed with Gulf War Syndrome, and improving VA medical centers services for woman veterans.

       On August 14, 2014 the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act was signed into law. The new law, which the VFW worked to get passed, includes significant reforms designed to offer veterans new options to receive timely, quality health care. The law also included emergency funding to help build capacity within the Department of Veterans Affairs health care system.

       Annually, members of the VFW and it`s Auxiliaries contribute more than 13 million hours of volunteerism in the local communities, including participation in Make a Difference Day and National Volunteer week.

       The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States has been a voice for our nations veterans for more than a century. To America and the world, the letters “VFW” symbolize voluntarism, community service and active concern for our nation`s veterans and military service members.

        VFW in Nevada means 38 posts located through out the state. No matter where you live in Nevada there is a VFW post near you. A list of Nevada posts and locations are available at the “Post” drop down at the top of this page. 

       If you are an eligible combat veteran, first of all thank you for your service, join the VFW and your fellow combat veterans. Besides the many personal benefits for you, you help the VFW do what we do best. “NO ONE DOES MORE FOR VETERANS”. Go to the top of the page click on join, fill out the form completely and submit it. You will be contacted by the State Adjutant.

       Your participation in the VFW strengthens our mission to “fight” for veterans rights. help veterans in need, support the communities in which we live. and assist the members of the military and their families







    Information and registration will be posted after mid winter