Thanksgiving is the time for all to pause from their normal daily activities and express to our Creator our most humble appreciation for the bounty that we as Americans enjoy. On behalf of the Sons of AMVETS nationwide I would like to wish everyone in the AMVETS family and our friends a Happy Thanksgiving.

Ronald Reagan may have encapsulated Veterans Day best with this statement: “We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was.

National Sons of AMVETS Commander Mark Serpis along with AMVETS Auxiliary National President Evelyn McElvin joined Nationl AMVETS Commander Harold Chapman on the Commander's annual visit to Hawaii.

ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS: Our website is now back to normal. First let me apologize to everyone for the inconveninece experienced over the last week. I know the importance of getting your reports submitted on your timetable. Your patience while our team worked to a resolution was greatly appreciated. 

It was an honor to be elected as National Commander of Sons of AMVETS 2016-2017. I look forward with great anticipation of working with my fellow officers and comrades nationwide to further the Aims and Purpose of our organization. We will continue our commitment to the AMVETS family, our communities, and country.

It is with deep sorrow to inform the membership of the death of Past National Commander Stanley Mellott. On behalf of my fellow officers and comrades nationwide our most heartfelt condolences go out to wife Charlene, son Jesse, brothers, Richard Mellott, Ray Slavin, and the entire Mellott family.

As September rolls in, so does Mark Serpis as National Commander for the Sons of AMVETS.

More than 2 feet of rain has led to record flooding in Louisiana, submerging homes, businesses, and vehicles underwater. AMVETS Post 68 in Springfield, LA is the focal point for residents of Livingston Parish to go for benefits from the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services' Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

The efforts of the membership nationwide was nothing short of SENSATIONAL. Spearheaded by Commander Strittmather we collectively submitted $8,528,384 in Project Reports for 2015-2016.

Congratulations to the elected officers of National Sons of AMVETS 2016-2017

 Commander Mark Serpis (MA)

 1st Vice Harold Collins (KY)

 2nd Vice Ken Barber (FL)

 3rd Vice Richard Thibodeau (ME)

 Finance Officer PNC Dan Briggs (FL)

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