In 1959 Hope Arkansas native Mr. John Hicks joined the U.S. Army as the Korean War had ceased, but the United States’ presence remained to ensure peace. Hicks’s first mission was near the DMZ
Your service to your country makes you a great candidate to join the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department.
As a young man, Derek Boran wanted to serve and protect his county and joined the United States Airforce in 1947. Mr. Boran’s service to our country is sincerely appreciated, thank you. You will
History is made at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. For the first time ever there was an all-woman changing of the guard. It was led by Sergeant First Class Chelsea Porterfield, who’s also
Today is VFW Day. 2021 marks the Veterans of Foreign Wars 122nd year of support, friendship, and advocation. With collative voices, our veterans are heard and remembered. Every day we honor the men and women
*September’s meeting will be held on Sunday, September 19 @ 1:30 pm at the Elks Lodge.
Today and Saturday, join Chapter 278 Vietnam Veterans of American to honor and remember those who fought for our freedom but did not return home. This sober vigil raises awareness of this issue. It allows
With shock and horror, we learned of an explosion at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan, an ISIS-K suicide bomber. The blast claimed over one hundred and eighty lives. Collectively we mourn the loss of
Starting in January 2022 Disabled Veterans in Texas who want to utilize disabled parking can apply for a disabled parking placard or license plate if they meet the eligibility requirements at their local county
As our troops leave Afganistan, many veterans are reliving their service in the “sandbox,” which can be very disturbing. But, please do not suffer in silence. You are our heroes. Enjoy friendship and fellowship