Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1503 VFW Post 1503 has Banquet Rooms for all occasions and group sizes up to 400. For outside events, the Post has a covered pavilion that can accommodate up to 200 people. Check the events tab for a complete list of upcoming events!
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Military Times
12/02/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Army Air Forces 1st Lt. Steve Nagy was piloting a B-17G Flying Fortress that was carrying nine crew members when it was shot down over Merseburg, Germany, in August 1944.

WTOP News
12/01/2019
WTOP News

WTOP News

Projected population growth in the D.C. area over the next 25 years is equal to the entire population of Philadelphia. Here's how leaders are planning for it.

Christmas Tree Offload 2019
12/01/2019

Christmas Tree Offload 2019

December 2019 Newsletter
12/01/2019

December 2019 Newsletter

Navy Times
12/01/2019
Navy Times

Navy Times

"The Chinese Southern Theater Command tracked and monitored the whole process according to law, verified and identified the U.S. warships, and warned them to leave."

Military.com
12/01/2019
Military.com

Military.com

The pension benefit changes each year.

Military.com
12/01/2019
Military.com

Military.com

“These infrastructure projects are critical to the shipyard's effort to meet mission requirements and return vessels to the fleet.”

Army Times
12/01/2019
Army Times

Army Times

Here's what you need to know about the major changes to the Transition Assistance Program.

Navy Times
11/30/2019
Navy Times

Navy Times

We've always thought that the war with the best soundtrack was WWII. Here's 8 million reasons why.

Military Times
11/30/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Maximizing the options available to you is essential to making the most out of your military career.

Military Times
11/30/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Just 7 percent of eligible spouses were using the $4,000 in available tuition assistance.

Trees have arrived. Come out and get yours today.
11/30/2019

Trees have arrived. Come out and get yours today.

War History Online
11/30/2019
War History Online

War History Online

Connor had received three Purple Hearts for seven wounds in action, the Bronze Star, four Silver Stars , the French Croix de Guerre, and the Distinguished Service Cross.

Army Times
11/29/2019
Army Times

Army Times

Both common sense and history show that 18-year-old troops are sufficiently responsible to drink, say the authors of this opinion piece.

InsideNoVA.com
11/29/2019
InsideNoVA.com

InsideNoVA.com

Central Community Library to close for renovations.

Arlington National Cemetery
11/29/2019
Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery

Fifteen years ago today, Dale A. Burger, Jr. was laid to rest a few steps away from his father in Section 54. Burger Jr was killed in action during the Second Battle of Fallujah. His Silver Star citation tells a story of heroism.

An excerpt: "Corporal Burger encountered three severely wounded Marines inside a house where numerous insurgents were barricaded behind fortified positions. Disregarding his own safety, and under heavy enemy fire, he charged into the house to recover his fellow Marines." We honor his service.

https://www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/ANC-Blog/Post/10223/Remembering-a-hero-laid-to-rest-this-day-fifteen-years-ago

Military Times
11/29/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Researchers found a set of 27 blood markers which helped identify patients suffering from PTSD.

Military Times
11/29/2019
Military Times

Military Times

"There could be ways veterans could present their skills that can help them overcome these perceptions.”

I-95 south aux lane meeting planned at Old Bridge Elem School
11/29/2019
I-95 south aux lane meeting planned at Old Bridge Elem School

I-95 south aux lane meeting planned at Old Bridge Elem School

Transportation officials want to hear your thoughts on the construction of a fourth-lane on Interstate 95 south, between Route 123 at Occoquan and Prince William Parkway in Woodbridge.

Fox 5 DC
11/29/2019

Fox 5 DC

SAVE THESE NUMBERS: With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are receiving several packages. If your packages are stolen, here are some numbers you can call to file a claim. MORE: http://bit.ly/32XuBmd

Military Times
11/29/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Officials from veterans service organizations and some of the schools that enroll the greatest numbers of GI Bill users said they’re not overly concerned about the falling GI Bill usage – at least not yet

Navy Times
11/29/2019
Navy Times

Navy Times

"There will be some majors and things that we don’t offer through this program and if people want to use their educational assistance money to go pursue a degree that they think is important to them for their future after the Navy or Marines, that’s great. We’re very supportive of that, but this is a very different effort.”

Fort Belvoir MWR
11/29/2019

Fort Belvoir MWR

*** Attention all CYS Patrons***

The Garrison Commander has directed a full closure of all CYS facilities on 29 November 2019 following the Thanksgiving holiday. A daily fee credit will be issued.

Single and dual military families deemed mission essential on this day and requiring care, are to provide the Parent Central Services Office with an authorization letter from their designated Commander (for dual military, both will need to provide Command authorization) establishing mission essential duty requirements for this day and hourly care may be available through the installation Family Child Care program throughout military housing on Fort Belvoir. Normal fees will apply. Please email Commander Authorizations letters to [email protected] or contact the Parent Central Services (703) 805-5555 should you need additional information on mission essential care options.

Respectfully,

The CYS Management Team

Prince William County Police Department
11/29/2019

Prince William County Police Department

BLACK FRIDAY SAFETY TIPS: Sitting in your car waiting for the stores to open? Criminals will be out too. Here are some tips to help you shop safely while getting those great holiday bargains throughout the shopping season.

• There is safety in numbers. When a person decides to shop on Black Friday alone, the risk of being targeted is more likely. Try shopping with a friend or family member. Not only are they there to keep you company but also they can keep you safe.

• Park in well-lighted areas. If you are an early morning, before-the-sunrise’s Black Friday shopper, be sure to park your vehicle underneath a light post. Avoid parking next to vans and large trucks that block your space from the general vision of others. Remember to lock your doors while waiting for a store to open.

• Do not buy more than you can carry. Plan ahead by taking a friend with you or ask a store employee to help you carry your packages to the car.

• Save all receipts. Print and save all confirmations from your online purchases. Start a file folder to keep all receipts together and to help verify credit card or bank statements as they come in.

• Deter pickpockets. Carry your purse close to your body or your wallet inside a coat or front pocket.

• Have your keys in hand when approaching your vehicle. Check the back seat and around the car before getting in.

• Do not leave packages visible in your car windows. Lock them in the trunk or, if possible, take them directly home.

• If you are shopping with children, make a plan in case you get separated. Select a central meeting place and make sure they know they can ask mall personnel or store security employees if they need help.

• Tell a security guard or store employee if you see an unattended bag or package.

• Always be aware of your surroundings. Keeping yourself safe means being aware of your surroundings at all time. Beware of strangers who may approach you. This is the time of year when thieves and scammers are in full force and use various methods to distract you with intentions of taking your money and belongings.
McGruff Safe Kits

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
11/29/2019

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)

#MedalofHonorMonday: The 1863 Emancipation Proclamation led many African American men to enlist in the Union Army to fight for their freedom, including Sgt. Maj. Christian Fleetwood. He’s one of 17 black soldiers to earn the Medal of Honor during the Civil War.

This is his story: https://go.usa.gov/xpNtf
#KnowYourMil

Military Times
11/29/2019
Military Times

Military Times

We need to ensure older veterans get the care and compensation they earned and deserve, says the author of this commentary.

Military.com
11/29/2019
Military.com

Military.com

Vice President Mike Pence also visited troops in Iraq this week.

Rappahannock River at I-95 to close to boaters Dec through April 2020
11/29/2019
Rappahannock River at I-95 to close to boaters Dec through April 2020

Rappahannock River at I-95 to close to boaters Dec through April 2020

Rappahannock River users are advised that a portage will be in place beginning Monday, Dec. 2 to accommodate bridge construction as part of the Interstate 95 Southbound Rappahannock River Crossing project.

Military.com
11/29/2019
Military.com

Military.com

Germany’s Bundeswehr military has recently undertaken a social media push to try to drum up interest.

Navy Times
11/28/2019

Navy Times

Navy Times was informed this morning that the 20th Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. James L. Holloway III, died two days ago in Alexandria, Virginia. He was 97. A combat veteran from World War II, Korea and Vietnam, he replaced Adm. Elmo Zumwalt as CNO and served three presidents who also were Navy veterans (Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford, and James E. Carter Jr.). Fair winds and following seas, sir. (G.D. Hughes/Navy)

Consumer Reports
11/28/2019
Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports

Prices range from $22 to $199 on these smart speaker deals. See how each one measured up in our expert tests.

War History Online
11/28/2019
War History Online

War History Online

Officials have stated that they are pumping 300,000 gallons of water out of the hull every day.

Veteran's Day 2019
11/28/2019

Veteran's Day 2019

Military.com
11/28/2019
Military.com

Military.com

Medals of Honor were given to 20 soldiers for participating in the massacre that killed an estimated 250 Native Americans.

Army Times
11/28/2019
Army Times

Army Times

It was Thanksgiving Day and Marine Cpl. Stephen Berge was sitting down to his first hot meal since the Corps had invaded Fallujah on Nov. 7, 2004.

Military.com
11/28/2019
Military.com

Military.com

Iraq's capital and its south have been torn by the worst street unrest since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.

Federal News Network
11/28/2019
Federal News Network

Federal News Network

The National Association of Letter Carriers honored six carriers for acts of heroism that helped save lives in their communities.

Austin Rentz, of Waterloo, Iowa, received the National Hero of the Year Award for rescuing a woman last year from a house fire.

Michael Musick, of Garden Grove, California, came to the rescue of two coworkers when an out-of-control car struck one of their trucks.

Theresa Jo Belkota, of the Buffalo, New York area, came to the aid of a child whose leg had been run over by a lawnmower.

Mark Schuh, of Evansville, Indiana, prevented an out-of-control pit bull from attacking a man.

Ivan Crisostomo, of Sacramento, California, aided a 16-year-old who had just fled from her abductors.

Mitchell Rivas, of Cleveland, Ohio, received humanitarian of the year for standing up a charitable foundation that has helped thousands of people with critically ill children.

Army Times
11/28/2019
Army Times

Army Times

Army Air Forces 1st Lt. Steve Nagy was piloting a B-17G Flying Fortress that was carrying nine crew members when it was shot down over Merseburg, Germany, in August 1944.

Military.com
11/28/2019
Military.com

Military.com

Who's ready for a satirical take on Army medics stationed in Afghanistan?

Military Times
11/28/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Navy officials still can’t figure out how to keep dirt and sand from clogging the tiltrotor’s engines and causing potentially catastrophic mechanical failure.

Military Times
11/28/2019
Military Times

Military Times

Lt. Col. Tony “Crack” Roe and Maj. John “Sapper” Tice, flight commanders with the 303rd Fighter Squadron, were recognized during a Nov. 2 ceremony at Whiteman AFB.

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