Commander - Henry Dorton 703-683-5564 firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Vice - Scott Allen 703-683-5564 Clubroom24@outlook.com
2nd Vice - Mike Mixon 703-683-5564
3rd Vice - Donna Reuss 703-683-5564
Finance Officer - Joe Zelinka 703-683-5564
Adjutant - Jim Glassman 703-683-5564 email@example.com
Chaplain - Regis Monahan 703-683-5564
Kelly Nierenberger - 703-395-9660
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For Veteran Service Officer assistance, please contact Kelly Nierenberger. Kelly may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 703-395-9660.
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New Option for Marking Veteran's Graves in Private Cemeteries
Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Eric Shinseki, announced on 20 June 2010 that the Department of Veterans Affairs is offering bronze medallions to attach to existing, privately purchased headstones or markers, signifying a deceased's status as a Veteran.
"For Veterans not buried in a national or state Veterans cemetery, or those without a government grave marker, VA is pleased to offer this option that highlights their service and sacrifices for our country," said Secretary Shinseki.
The new item can be furnished instead of a traditional government headstone or marker for Veterans whose death occurred on or after November 1, 1990, and whose grave in a private cemetery is marked with a privately purchased headstone or marker.
Under federal law, eligible Veterans buried in a private cemetery are entitled to either a government-furnished grave marker or the new medallion, but not both. Veterans buried in a national or state Veterans cemetery will receive a government headstone or marker of the standad design authorized at that cemetery.
The medallion is available in three sizes: 5 inches, 3 inches, and 1 1/2 inches in width. Each bronze medallion features the image of a folded burial flag adorned with laurels and is inscribed with the word "Veteran" at the top and the branch of service at the bottom.
Next of kin will receive the medallion, along with a kit that will allow the family or the staff of a private cemetery to affix the medallion to a headstone, grave marker, mausoleum or columbarium niche cover.
More information about VA-furnished headstones, markers, and medallions can be found at http://www.cem.va.gov/cem/hm/hmtype.asp.
VA is currently developing an application form for ordering the medallion. Until it is available, applicants may use the form for ordering government headstones and markers, VA Form 40-1330. Instructions on how to apply for a medallion are found on the VA website at www.cem.va.gov.hm_hm.asp.
Veterans with a discharge issued under other than dishonorale, their spouses and eligible dependent children can be buried in a VA national cemetery. Other burial benefits available for all eligible Veterans, regardless of whether they are buried in a national cemetery or a private cemetery, include a burial flag, a Presidential Memorial Certificate, and a government headstone or grave marker.
The new medallions will be available only to Veterans buried in private cemeteries without a government headstone or marker. Families of eligible decedents may also order a memorial headstone or marker when remains are not available for interment.
Information on VA burial benefits can be obtained from national cemetery offices, from the VA website at http://www.cem.va.gov/ or by calling VA regional offices toll-free at 1-800-827-1000.
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