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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 (VSOís) 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 172. Our members are enjoying the camaraderie of other veterans, while supporting projects and functions designed to support veterans, veteranís families, and the community.  

Thank you for visiting our website. Should you have additional questions about our Post feel  free to notify us via our contact page.





 

General Membership Meeting January 2019

 
 

Southern Command January 23, 2019 Meeting

 



 

Mark Your Calanders

 
2019 Post Banquet
April 14, 2019
Bakers of Milford, 1PM
Additional Information will follow




 

Coast Guard Information during shutdown - American Legion Program

 
Any of our Coast Guard Families, there is help during this shut down, please read the following if it applies to you...

Assistance to provide immediate financial support through the Legionís Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA) program.
American Legion TFA grants help minor children in the home of active-duty servicemembers or current American Legion members with assistance for the costs of shelter, food, utilities, clothing, and health expenses during times of financial need. To provide expedited assistance to Coast Guardsmen during the government shutdown, American Legion National Headquarters has authorized the use of an abbreviated TFA application for use with active duty Coast Guard members only, and only for the duration of the current government shutdown. The Coast Guard Mutual Assistance has these abbreviated applications, as well as American Legion departments.
TFA provides one-time grants of up to $1,500 per eligible household. Once National Headquarters has received and approved a TFA application for a Coast Guard member, a check will be overnighted directly to the family in need.
American Legion departments with active-duty Coast Guard commands are encouraged to reach out to them and share that The American Legion's Temporary Financial Assistance program is available to meet their immediate needs during the current government shutdown. Questions on eligibility or how to apply for a grant may be directed to (800) 504-4098.
TFA grants are made possible through donations to The American Legion Veterans and Children Foundation.

Thank you John Robinson for this information.
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