After recent surgeries, Marine Corps Veteran Dale Reed was in need of mobility assistance.

It is with a heavy heart to inform our friends and AMVETS family of the passing of Harold "Lee" Reed. Lee was a true friend of the Sons of AMVETS, serving as National Sons of AMVETS Coordinator and Sons of AMVETS Deptartment of Michigan Coordinator.

THANKS to all Sons for your efforts. Through 02/02/16 we have 160 Squadrons reporting totaling $3,338,756.10 in work and donations. Keep reporting your activity. YOU make a difference as we carryout our mission "Sons Serving Veterans".

To the entire AMVETS family, all Veterans, and friends, on behalf of the entire Sons membership Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May this be your best holiday season ever.

David Strittmather


National Sons of AMVETS

To all AMVETS family members and friends,

Reflecting back since the first Sons of AMVETS Squadron was chartered in 1974, I am proud of all this organization has achieved and the veterans it has impacted.

Greetings Members, Officers, and AMVETS Family, I am pleased to announce that we are now in the new office located within the National AMVETS building in Lanham, Maryland.

Department of New York Sons of AMVETS, veteran volunteers, and community organizations were asked to provide assistance as a community service at the 7th Annual Veterans Stand Down on September 25, 2015 at the Northport VA Medical Center.

On August 8, 2015 Squadron 4, Tampa FL along with the entire AMVETS family of Post 4 presented an Honor and Remember flag to Gold Star mother Kelly Kowall. Son SPC Corey J. Kowall made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in Afghanistan in 2009. 

Second Vice Commanders on all levels:  as the new year of project reports get under way, there are many new 2nd Vice Cmdrs on the squadron and department levels.  Here are some resources to hit the ground running with your new office.

Dept of VA Convention

On Saturday morning the Department of Virginia had a moving Memorial service. After the Memorial service, we headed to the Son’s meeting. Sons Department Commander Randolph Scott conducted a very good meeting. The Department Officers and Squadron Commanders had some great reports on membership, project reporting and fundraising.

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