Twenty-five military service organizations host the National Veterans Day activities at Arlington National Cemetery. They include The American Legion, AMVETS, Catholic War Veterans of the U.S.A., Congressional Medal of Honor Society, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, and others. I belong to several of these organizations and have represented more than one at Arlington Cemetery on Veterans Day in the presence of the President of the United States. I would like to discuss anything having to do with military veterans or active duty personnel. Have you attended an American Legion Post’s Bull and Oyster roast? How does politics interfere with the smooth running of the military? Will our military stay strong or are we declining in strength? How can our veteran’s organizations maintain their membership? Are military chaplains a disappearing breed? What would you like to discuss?
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