Welcome Home to ALL Veterans

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Notice to Apple I-Pad / I-Phone users. 

Apple has chosen NOT to support the
Adobe Flash Player for all of the I-Pad / I-Phones.
The following videos will play on a MAC with the proper Adobe
Updates as well as all other computers including Ubuntu.

The Tallest Flagpole and Largest Flag in the USA


The First Vietnam Veterans National Memorial
Located in Angel Fire,  New Mexico, USA
Founded in 1968, Dedicated in 1971,
In the middle of the war !

  To view this video presentation


History of Bryant Homer Womack
Polk County's Medal of Honor Recipient
Korean War
  To view this video presentation


The Veterans Plaza
Columbus, North Carolina USA

The 2013 Veterans Day Parade
in Columbus NC

These are the post found in Polk County and Landrum, SC.
National American Legion Headquarter Web Site National V.F.W. Headquarters Web Site
NC State Legion Web Page
This has all of the state happenings listed.
NC State V.F.W.
Web Page

This has all of the state happenings listed.
American Legion
Post 250
Tryon, NC

American Legion
Post 28

Spartanburg, SC
Post 10349
Mill Spring, NC
Post 9116
Columbus, NC
American Legion
Post 77

Hendersonville, NC

American Legion
Post 74

Forest City, NC
Post 4873
Landrum, SC

Site Archived
Post merged with
Post 11252 in 2012.

D.A.V. Chapters are located in Hendersonville and Asheville NC.

D.A.V. Web Page

 V.V.A. Chapter is located in Asheville NC.
Asheville V.V.A.

Polk County Veterans Memorial Honor Guard

The House of Flags
located in Columbus, North Carolina

This museum has on display nearly 300 of our early flags all the way up through today.  For more information and to schedule group tours contact them at: www.houseofflags.org or call 828-894-5640.

The Above and Beyond Memorial

58,000+ Dog Tags
The National Veterans Art Museum of Chicago, IL.

Vietnam Era ROMAD / TACP Web Page

Korean War Veterans Association, Western North Carolina, Chapter 314
Meeting 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1:00pm, Lunch 12 Noon
"Freedom is Not Free"

Korean War Veterans in Their Own Words


A Tribute To Our Troops
and a prayer for them. 

What Is A Vet 

Wife Of A Vet 

A Bit Of History

Just take a moment. Have you ever wondered what happened
to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence? 

Please do not forget the

To Look Up A Love Ones Name And / Or The
Name Placement On The Vietnam Memorial Wall
Please visit this link:


This link will take you to the National Parks
Information Center for the Vietnam National Memorial.


The Wall's Stories and links





UPDATE to obtaining veterans benefits (PDF).

As you know, many veterans were exposed to asbestos during their service.  It was commonly used in hundreds of military applications, primarily because of its resistance to fire.  This exposure can result in a number of life-threatening respiratory conditions, as well as mesothelioma, a deadly cancer associated only with asbestos exposure  Many vets that served - especially in the Navy - were exposed to ASBESTOS. 

Here are some links to pages that are vital to all veterans.










These pages covers possible exposure points, symptoms of asbestos-related disease, and programs designed to assist vets in preventing, diagnosing, and treating these ailments.  We'd like to suggest to all veterans that you visit these sites .

More than 150,000 Americans die from lung cancer each year. Smoking and tobacco are the leading causes, but other causes include: radon, asbestos, beryllium, and others. Veterans are even more likely to get lung cancer than the general public because of exposure to a number of these pollutants.

Lung Cancer Answers (http://www.lung-cancer.com) provides information on causes, types of lung cancer, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. We also have a page for veterans: http://www.lung-cancer.com/assistance/military.html

The Nursing Home Abuse Center (www.NursingHomeAbuseCenter.org) is an informational website created to help the elderly and their loved ones who are concerned about nursing home abuse and neglect. Our site covers everything from signs of nursing home abuse to what steps to take if you suspect abuse. We hope to draw increased attention to this problem and do our part toward ending abuse of our veterans in nursing homes (http://www.NursingHomeAbuseCenter.org/veterans-and-nursing-home-abuse/).

VA Home Loan Centers https://www.VAHomeLoanCenters.org, a veteran services organization that specializes in helping veterans obtain access to affordable home ownership.