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14026 VA Publishes Employee Training Letter Expanding Reach of Gulf War illness Claims 1326
14027 LZ Lambeau Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans 1187
14028 2010 Mid Winter Training Conference 1324
14029 Missouri’s Veteran Partnership Presents Listening Post Report to Governor Nixon 1235
14030 Arizona's Historic Soldier's Cemetery in Sierra Vista 1463
14031 Letter to NASDVA from DoD Physical Disability Board of Review 2510
14032 Alabama Governor's Toy Program Benefits Military Children 2148
14033 ARIZONA VETERAN HOME STREET NAMED FOR MEDAL OF HONOR HERO 1484
14034 IL's Operation Employ Veterans to Help Veterans Transition to Civilian Life 1290
14035 Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services Director Joey Strickland salutes as an honor guard passes during the Arizona’s annual observance of Vietnam Remembrance Day at the Arizona Vietnam Memorial at the state capitol in Phoenix. 1673
14036 Arizona WWII veteran presented with long lost medals 1433
14037 Arizona Veterans' Director Recognized By National NCOA 1263
14038 2010 Annual Wisconsin Veterans Museum Foundation Gala 1001
14039 Groundbreaking for Arizona’s second veteran home 986
14040 Akaka Receives Advocate of the Year Award from NASDVA 2277
14041 Sanders-Kucinich effort would provide treatments for Gulf War veterans 1245
14042 Louisiana DVA Helps Bring Soldiers Home With Donation From Military Family Assistance Fund 1730
14043 ARIZONA STATE VETERAN HOME-PHOENIX GETTING NEW TOP ADMINISTRATOR FROM VERMONT 1964
14044 For Vets with PTSD, end of an unfair process, By Eric Shinseki 1485
14045 Navajo Veterans Awarded Two Bronze Stars 43 Years After Service 1120
14046 ODVA Director Jim Willis Wins SBA Veteran Small Business Champion of the Year Award 1780
14047 Arizona Veterans Commemorate 60th Anniversary of Korean War 1618
14048 A Message from the Secretary of Veterans Affairs 1299
14049 ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS’ SERVICES HELPS CREATE BEDS FOR HOMELESS VETERANS 1396
14050 LDVA OPENS SERVICE OFFICE TO SUPPORT NEW ORLEANS AREA VETERANS 1651
 
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Did you know?

A veteran’s family must request a United States flag.

A flag is provided at no cost to drape the casket or accompany the urn of a deceased veteran. Generally, the flag is given to the next of kin. Only one flag may be provided per veteran. Upon the request of the family, an “Application for United States Flag for Burial Purposes” (VA Form 21-2008) must be submitted along with a copy of the veteran’s discharge papers. Flags may be obtained from VA regional offices and most U.S. Post Offices.