Due to ongoing concerns regarding the current pandemic, all our Post meetings and social activities have been canceled until further notice. In the meantime, stay safe and follow the recommended guidelines. if you or your family need assistance, do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to meeting again to “Have Fun and do Good Things”.
Welcome to American Veterans Post 2006 in Milford Michigan. This Post was chartered in March of 2006 for the purpose of providing an organization that includes all military veterans who were honorably discharged from 1942 through present day. The Post includes a majority of Veterans who otherwise would not be able to join other Veterans Service Organizations (VSO’s) due to eligibility requirements. Peacetime and Cold War Veterans are examples of those Veterans we welcome and encourage to be part our Post.
Since our charter, the Post has grown from an initial membership of 15, to a present day number of 165. Our members are enjoying the camaraderie of other veterans, while supporting projects and functions designed to support veterans, veteran’s families, and the community.
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Colasanti's Flag Raising Ceremony - July 2020
New Hudson Inn Flag Retirement and Replacement - July 2020
The Flight of the Yankee Lady
1st Vice Commander Jack Weber had the honor to fly with the crew of the Yankee Lady to and from Willow Run and Muskegon MI. The Yankee Lady is a WWII 2 completely restored B17 Bomber whose home is at the Yankee Air Museum at Willow Run.
Stair Chairlift Available
Major Oakman Hurd (RIP)
On July 1 the AMVETS Honor Guard and VFW Post 9914 rendered military honors at Great Lakes National Cemetery for Major Oakman Hurd. Major Hurd was a decorated Army (Huey) helicopter pilot in Viet Nam. He was awarded The Silver Star for gallantry above and beyond the call of duty during a rescue operation in Viet Nam. Major Hurd was a member of AMVETS Post 2006 and VFW Post 9914.
The Rifle Team was commanded by John Robinson and consisted of AMVETS members Paul Clover, Richard Fauklner, Larry Shaver, Steve Moore, Michael Willihnganz and Bob Szymanski. Joe Salvia assisted with the Army flag folding and presentation team. VFW members provided the Color Guard and VFW Post 9914 hosted the Hurd family and friends with a luncheon in honor of Oakman at their Post.
The pictures below are courtesy of Jane Purslow.
Our motto is, "Have Fun and Do Good Things"
of the month
6:00PM - 7:00PM
General Membership Meeting
of the month
Bakers of Milford
7:00PM - 9:00PM
VFW Social Night
at VFW Post #9914
6:30PM until ??