Links for US Service Organizations
and
Other Veteran Interest Sites


Operation: God Bless America is organized by a group of volunteers from all walks of life with two things in common: respect & honor for those who have served our country and motorcycling. Many are veterans who one day could be patients in a VA hospital. Some are sons and daughters of men and women who have served in the armed forces. Some have friends who are or have been VA patients. A few are still active in the armed forces, the reserves or the National Guard. All are people just like you who cherish their freedom and seek to help those who have served to maintain it.

South Whidbey Island Washington VVA Group--provided by Veteran Don Besst



Homepage of the Colorado State Council of The Vietnam Veterans of America has lots of valuable info and links to Colorado VVA Chapters

Vet Organizations and Support Groups-A fairly comprehensive list of Vietnam veterans organizations.
Veterans Voice of Austin Texas - Apparently they still do things big in Texas and this page is no exception. A really great site worth bookmarking for repeated visits.
Dave Scalise's web page is dedicated to the struggling American veterans that are fighting a difficult battle against a powerful opponent, the Veterans Affairs Department. These links will give you the opportunity to express your views and problems to the government officials and if you desire, to public services. It is Dave's objective to help as many veterans as possible!
The National Veteran Organization Information Service is a great site for obtaining information on just about everything a vet would want to know and much more. Bring a notepad and pencil.
Vets Helping Vets - is an outstanding website for anyone having difficulty with the VA. Mike and Terri have really done their homework here. After years of fighting with the VA, they are sharing what they've learned along with excellent advice on how to overcome the obstacles the VA feels obligated to cast before those who've already paid their dues.

Hire Quality-A free employment service for honorably discharged service members.
Wisconsin Dept of Veterans Affairs-If you're a Wisconsin resident, this page has info on benefits and programs for you.
Operation Home Front-A great site for getting in contact with service members deployed around the world.
The National Veterans Legal Services Program is a Non-Profit group that gives advice on Vets legal issues.
Military Order of the Purple Heart. Former Marine Terry Dixon has done a fine job here. Small but powerful. Certain to grow.

American Legion Post 1135. The most military links in one place I've seen. Works best with Netscape type browser.
American Legion 8th District - Department of Georgia. A great site with plenty of valuable features. Plenty of links and American Legion specific information as well as items of general interest.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4273. The Very First VFW Post on the Net. Put together by someone who knew what they were doing.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5638 Home Page. Post 5638 from Stayton, Oregon has done some nice work on this one. Check it out!
Veterans News and Information Service - Formerly Baudo's Vet Links-Absolutely outstanding site for all vets. Check it out on a regular basis since Webmaster Christian L. Wilson is constantly adding new info.

Rodney Henry is a Veteran's Representative in Kansas City in the Great State of Missouri. His page is a must see for everyone. Check out his veteran section and look for his new POW/MIA page to be appearing soon.
Randy Lemmons describes himself as a Disabled Vet - Visit his site, read his words, catch some of his attitude and then decide for yourself whether or not you think Randy is about eight steps ahead of those who believe they have a corner on courage.
"VETS.COM" is a valuable source of important information and assistance for all vets. Check it out and pass it on.
U.S. Army Home Page-They have a listing of nearly 200 other veterans and alumni organizations.
"The New Jersey State Department of Military and Veterans Affairs" site is part of the NJ State Page and lists services available for veterans of the Garden State. There is information on how to obtain services and links to other related sites.
"The New Jersey Veterans Guide" is a handy quick reference for NJ vets. - an important resource for vets and for active duty vets planning to EAS or retire in New Jersey. Information available includes data on employment opportunities.
US Department of Veterans Affairs-Some information on the services provided by the department.

Red Cross sites all over the world, text of Geneva Conventions, etc.


Official homepage of #vietnamvets chat channel on DALnet.
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