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51 Trauma care reference body now woven into DHA combat support 57
52 Protect your family from Lyme disease this summer 56
53 Forever GI bill expands VA educational benefits 72
54 Legion testifies on Blue Water Navy and TAP 57
55 Voluntary drug recall alert: Valsartan 62
56 Spokane post continues 100-year tradition of helping Scouts 56
57 'There are no miles between Rider friends' 62
58 Don't let the bugs bite 52
59 Understanding Urgent Care Rules 55
60 TRICARE Qualifying Life Event 2018 48
61 TRICARE Open Season Begins November 12 44
62 California post opens doors to fire evacuees, first responders 58
63 55th annual Membership Workshop begins Aug. 9 46
64 House of Representatives passes nine bipartisan veterans bills 47
65 Legion hopes Korea repatriations lead to further efforts 46
66 American Legion, AbbVie take on HepC 44
67 'American Legion Magazine' retains best-read ranking 45
68 Take Command: Enrollment after Retirement 46
69 New NEF brochures available online 43
70 The hidden depths of Coast Guard trivia 41
71 Shanahan discusses medical readiness, DHA transfer at Womack 43
72 Travel checklist: Prepare for bugs and more 45
73 Soldier’s Wish shines on Vietnam vet’s youth football team 57
74 NMC Camp Lejeune: 75 years of service expands to civilian community 61
75 USAA Tips: What comprises your credit score 53
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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.