Membership

We are always looking for new members. We encourage you to learn more about VFW membership and the Auxiliary and Men’s Auxiliary organizations to find out if your are eligible to join.

VFW Membership Eligibility

Members must be a US citizen or national with an honorable discharge from the US armed forces or currently serving in the United States, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force or Coast Guard. Membership also requires military service overseas during an operation or conflict and decoration with an Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, a campaign medal or ribbon. A Leave and Earnings Statement showing receipt of hostile fire or imminent danger pay is also acceptable proof for membership eligibility.

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Attention Women Veterans: Lean In Women Veterans invites you to join their chapter. Within the chapter is a Veteran of Foreign Wars Women Vets circle. The following pictures illustrates what it is about."
"Lean In is a safe place for like-minded women to collaborate, share, and support each other. Now all MN VFW women veterans can get together in the same place."
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Attention Women Veterans: Lean In Women Veterans invites you to join their chapter. Within the chapter is a Veteran of Foreign Wars Women Vets circle. The following pictures illustrates what it is about.
Lean In is a safe place for like-minded women to collaborate, share, and support each other. Now all MN VFW women veterans can get together in the same place.

Another one of our Brothers remains have been identified from the attack on Pearl Harbor. Welcome home Radioman Gifford. Your march is over may you find eternal rest.

Navy Radioman 2nd Class Quentin J Gifford, killed during the attack on the USS Oklahoma during World War II, has now been accounted for.

On Dec. 7, 1941, Gifford was assigned to the USS Oklahoma, which was moored at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, when the ship was attacked by Japanese aircraft. The USS Oklahoma sustained multiple torpedo hits, which caused it to quickly capsize. The attack on the ship resulted in the deaths of 429 crewmen, including Gifford.

As funeral arrangements are made I will post them on here.
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