VFW Magazine

November/December 2015


  • Vets and the Media: The Perception Problem
  • Ultimate Survivors: The Longest Surviving Veterans from the Revolution to WWI
  • VFW Played Essential Role in Creating the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • Bushwhacked at Ap Nha Mat
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  • October

  • 'Collateral Damage': Coping with bad news from the home front
  • 'A Terrible Bloodletting': Battle of the Ia Drang Valley, 1965
  • VA Care Headlines National Convention
  • Past Commander-in-Chief Robert Hansen Dies
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  • September

  • Military Caregivers Serve in Silence
  • Team Rubicon Builds Community Through Disaster Relief
  • Hobbies: Veterans Pursue Healing, Healthy Passions
  • Hell on Hill 65
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  • August

  • Vietnam Trip Brings Vets Full Circle
  • PTSD is Bad for Your Physical Health
  • VC 'Soundly Defeated' at Chu Lai
  • Michigan Post Remembers USS Liberty
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  • June/July

  • Service Dogs Offering Help for PTSD
  • Team Red, White and Blue Builds Community Through Exercise
  • 'Death March' Challenges Even the Fittest
  • 'Remember Dong Xoai!'
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  • May

  • Section 60: Where the Fallen Rest
  • A Ship Sinking that Nearly Brought America Into World War
  • Exiting Indochina 40 Years Ago
  • Congressional Gold: A Unit Honor
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  • April

  • Afghanistan War Amputees Continue to Lead and Inspire
  • VFW Magazine: Covering Afghanistan
  • America's War in Afghanistan 'Closed'
  • Two Engineers Last to Die Before Official End
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  • March

  • Prescription Medications: The Embedded Benefit
  • Delivering Benefits at Discharge
  • Horses Helping Veterans
  • Roosevelts Continued to Serve in WWII and Beyond
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  • February

  • What Weight Should PTSD Carry in Criminal Justice Cases
  • VA Home Loans: The Benefit that Helped Build a Nation
  • Roosevelts Left a Legacy of Valor Over a Century of Service
  • Qui Nhon, 1965: Terrorism Takes a Toll
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  • January

  • Operation Inherent Resolve Targets Fanatic Terrorists
  • Newest National Memorial Recognizes Disabled Vets
  • A Just Cause in Panama
  • University of Pittsburgh Celebrates VFW's Unifying Convention