Good for entry into 400+ National Parks and over 2,000 recreation sites across the country.
Did you know? Welcome Home Starting Jan. 1, 2020, the Department of Defense is expanding access to military commissaries, exchanges, and morale, welfare and recreation facilities for certain Veterans and caregivers. Those eligible for access include all service-connected Veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former Prisoners of War (POW), and those approved and designated as the primary […]
The theme for the 2019 Veterans Day Poster is: “Service” Veterans contribute to American society in many ways; not just during their time in active duty. Throughout our history, military service members have put on their uniforms to protect the values and liberties that this nation was built on. But that doesn’t stop once the uniform comes […]
We will never forget! Today we remember Patriot Day, officially known as National Day of Service and Remembrance, in honor of the individuals who lost their lives as a result of terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Additionally, a moment of silence is observed today to correspond with the attacks, beginning at 8:46 a.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), the time the first plane, American Airlines […]
We are proud to fly the American flag! The Betsy Ross flag is an early design of the flag of the United States, named for upholsterer and flag maker Betsy Ross. The pattern, which was in use as early as 1777, uses the common themes of an alternating red-and-white striped area with stars in a blue canton. Its distinguishing […]
We honor the men and women of D-Day …we will accept nothing less than full victory.” – Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower On June 6, 1944, 75 years ago, Allied troops landed on the shores of Normandy to fight Nazi Germany. We honor the lives of those who made the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedom, and […]
Memorial Day More than 645,000 reasons to remember A POPPY WORN, A HERO HONORED Since WWI, more than 645,000 men and women have given their lives to defend our freedom. The poppy flower symbolizes that sacrifice. And wearing one on Memorial Day is a powerful way to honor these fallen heroes through action.
Veterans State Benefits – Arizona was the first book launched by Veterans State Benefits Books. The author of this book, Derek Simmons, was a career soldier in the United States Army until a tragic accident ended his military service. After becoming permanently disabled with 14 years of service, he was medically retired.
With the launch of his first book, the author, Derek Simmons, found great satisfaction, but something was missing. So, he set his sights on the great state of Texas. This big state meant big benefits and entitlements! Texas offers lots of outdoor recreation and leisurely activities for everyone.
Since 1944 the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, also known as the GI Bill, has impacted the lives of millions of Veterans and their families. The law provided a wide range of benefits to Veterans returning from World War II, including low-cost home loans, education and vocational training, unemployment payments, and an expansion of Veterans’ health care.