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History
Minnesota National Guard
Veterans Service Organizations
Introduction

Veteran Service Organizations support veterans in a number of ways; financial, education, camaraderie, political, veteran benefits, health issues, etc. 

Minnesota Veteran Service Organizations

AFSA Chapter 858
Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) Chapter 858 and Auxiliary 858 (A858) is centered in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. The coverage of Chapter 858/A858 extends South into Iowa, East into Wisconsin and West to the Dakotas. The primary Air Force units within the chapter coverage is the 133rd Airlift Wing (ANG), the 342nd Recruiting Squadron and the 934th Airlift Wing (AFRC).

MN American Legion
If you've served active duty in the armed forces during any war era, and  have been honorably discharged OR are still serving -- you are eligible for membership in The American Legion.

MN AMVETS
Offering
Veterans Service
Free counseling and claims assistance for honorably discharged veterans and dependents
Legislative Action
Capitol Hill initiatives to secure earned benefits and services for veterans
Quality-of-Life Programs
Community services that help families, neighbors and the nation at large

MN Dept of Veterans Affairs
Serving Minnesota veterans, their dependents and survivors, in securing benefits provided by federal and state laws.

MN Disabled American Veterans
Building better lives for America’s disabled veterans

MN Veterans of Foreign Wars
VFW membership is available to all U.S. Citizens, honorably discharged from the U.S. armed forces and who have earned an overseas campaign medal.  Click here for more information on eligibility.

TREA Chapter 115
To enhance the quality of life for uniformed services enlisted personnel, their families and survivors- including active components, Reserves, and National Guard, and all retirees; to stop the erosion of earned benefits through our legislative efforts, to maintain our esprit de corps, dedication and patriotism, and to continue our devotion and allegiance to God and Country.

Vietnam Veterans of Southern MN

National Veteran Service Organizations

For a complete list of chartered and non-chartered organizations visit the Dept of Veterans Affairs website.

 

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