The leader of CPN’s Veterans Organization give details on a virtual dedication ceremony for the Smithsonian’s National Native American Veterans Memorial.
“I was listening to a preacher on the radio the other day discussing Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, which reminded the nation the purpose our founding fathers had in forming this new kind of nation.”
The Veterans Benefits Administration is still accepting claims for disability compensation, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. On May 28, VBA resumed in-person compensation and pension exams in some locations and plans to make them available in more locations when possible.
There has been some easing of restrictions, but the threat is still present and real. Taking precautions is the best way to fight this pandemic affliction. Be aware! Here are a few “myths vs. facts” that might help your decision-making.
The CPN Veterans Organization discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and updates on coming meetings.
The April 2020 veterans report discusses the history of armed forces and gives information on the CPN Cultural Heritage Center’s Veterans Wall of Honor.
The February 2020 report from the CPN Veterans Organization highlights an online source of military documents from wars and conflicts spanning over 100 years.
The December 2019 CPN Veterans Report discusses the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the meaning behind their march.
The October 2019 CPN Veterans Organization report discusses mosquito bites and ways to take precaution.
The September 2019 CPN Veterans discusses risks and prevention of insects such as mosquitoes and ticks.