Our Favorite Links
Wounded Warrior Project. Click Here.
Become a "Veterans' Advocate," join the VFW Action Corps by clicking on http://capwiz.com/vfw/mlm/signup.htm.
By doing so, you will receive the Washington Weekly E-Newsletter and all VFW Action Alerts.
Make the Connection provides personal video testimonials and resources to help Veterans discover ways to improve their lives. The site also provides informational resources on mental health conditions such as PTSD and traumatic brain injury, symptoms of problems such as drug andalcohol abuse, and life experiences such as transitioning from service and dealing with family and relationship challenges.
Post Websites Check out your Post's website!
DD-214s are now online! Click Here to go to the website!
IRS 990 Forms Link Click Here.
Photo of Washington State National Home in Eaton Rapids, Michigan
Vietnam Wall Virtual Website
(Click on state, then name and veteran's picture and awards shows up)
ADA Accessible Fishing Sites, available to those who have a Disabled Washington State Fishing License.
Find out about Drug Dangers. The website provides information on a specific ranges of medications and their serious complications.
Mesothelioma Prognosis - This website has the most up to date and comprehensive information about Pleural
Mesothelioma on the web today; with information ranging from a complete list of symptoms, to treatment options
and steps to take after a diagnosis.
Also check out the Mesothelioma Guide as another valuable resource.
Click Here for the veteran link.
http://www.americanbattlegraves.com - 103,014 U.S. soldiers who died and have been buried or memorialized on foreign soil.
http://www.usfallenwarriors.com - 135,883 U.S. military officers and soldiers who died in wars after WW2.
http://www.ww2enlistment.org - Over 8 million U.S. Army soldiers, reservists, and enlistees.
http://www.ww2pow.info - 143,374 U.S. servicemen/women and civilians held captive by Japan and Germany during World War Two.
http://www.armycasualties.info - 70,003 U.S. Army personnel who died or were injured worldwide, MIA and POW.
http://www.japanesepow.info - 21,740 military personnel and a few civilians who were prisoners of the Japanese during World War II.
http://www.koreanwarcasualties.org - 109,898 U.S. servicemen who were killed or wounded during the Korean War.
http://www.koreanwarpow.org - 4,661 U.S. servicemen who were held prisoner by North Korea.
http://www.vietnamwarcasualties.org - 58,300 U.S. servicemen who were killed in action or non-combative circumstances during the Vietnam War.
http://www.vietnamwarhonors.com - 80,654 U.S. military medals, awards and decorations of honor.