Dignified Disposal of Unserviceable US Flags By American Legion F&J Ravin Post 134

The United States Flag Code specifies disposal of the flag in a dignified manner when it is worn out or no longer a fitting symbol to display. Typically this is achieved by respectfully burning or cutting up the flag according to a defined procedure. In accordance with its mission of “Helping Veterans and Serving Our … Continue reading Dignified Disposal of Unserviceable US Flags By American Legion F&J Ravin Post 134

Department of Veterans Affairs Announces Process for Charting the Course – Agency Plan on Returning to Pre-COVID-19 Operations

May 7, 2020, 10:56:00 AM  Department of Veterans Affairs Announces Process for Charting the Course Agency Plan on Returning to Pre-COVID-19 Operations  VA Releases Three-Phase Plan for Post-COVID-19 Operations That Maximizes Veterans’ Safety Today, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a three-phase plan for resuming regular operations at its medical centers, benefit offices and national cemeteries in … Continue reading Department of Veterans Affairs Announces Process for Charting the Course – Agency Plan on Returning to Pre-COVID-19 Operations

More than 5,000 veterans in recovery from coronavirus, VA says

By Nikki Wentling/Stars and StripesMAY 07, 2020 More than 5,000 veterans are in recovery after becoming infected with the coronavirus, the Department of Veterans Affairs reported this week in its first public count of recovered patients. As of Wednesday, 5,185 veterans and 760 VA employees were in recovery from the virus — about 65% of … Continue reading More than 5,000 veterans in recovery from coronavirus, VA says