Veterans Information


This page offers information and resources that are relevant to the Veteran community.

  Clayton E. Moneymaker Post 237
  Flyer for BeArded Warriors 2016
  Home Improvement Grant for Low Income Veterans
  Legislative Update - AL 5TH Congressional District - 12 March 2010
  Military Retiree Veterans Planning Guide
  New Law Authorizes Veterans’ Salutes during National Anthem - Saluting
  Veterans Outreach
  VFW Reinstatement
  Wearing Your Medals - A Statement of Patriotism - Veterans Pride




Veterans Grant for Low Income & Handicap Access

 

  VA - 2014 Application Handouts
  VA - Rehab Application
  Veterans Grant Low Income and Handicap Access



Other Sites of Interest:

If your active military service occurred:

  • From 1957 through 1967, we will add the extra credits to your record when you apply for Social Security benefits.
  • From 1968 through 2001, you do not need to do anything to receive these extra credits. The credits were automatically added to your record. 
  • After 2001, there are no special extra earnings credits for military service.
  • http://www.ssa.gov/retire2/military.htm

The following link is provided to Replace or Amend a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA):

If you are interested in helping a troubled Veteran that has had a brush with the law, then become a Veteran Court Mentor and help save a Veteran and change his/her life! Download and complete the packet below!

 

  VetMentorInfo&App

 

Twenty-two (22) Veterans are committing suicide per day as a result of PTSD, TBI, depression and other related injuries or diseases from their military service. I have experienced some of these symptoms as well so I decided to take action to help fellow Veterans. My organization is called "BeArded WARRIORs". I am not a psychologist or mental health professional. I am a vet who is taking action to help other vets. My primary goal is to build a support network to bring awareness and prevent Veteran suicides.

On the 22nd of each month, I host a get together at the Veterans Memorial in downtown Huntsville. Anyone can attend.

If you know of a fellow vet who is having difficulty, have him contact me, Ty Oswald at 256/661-0631. See the flyer posted above.



Mission Statement

The North Alabama Veterans and Fraternal Organizations Coalition mission is to serve as a venue and communication conduit for member organizations, providing information sharing; a common voice for the member organizations on matters of common interest; coordination and sponsorship of events and activities of interest to the member organizations; and coordination of activities for charitable and educational purposes in compliance with the Internal Revenue Code Section 501c(3) or other appropriate regulations.



Member Organizations

NAVFOC is a Coalition of member organizations. Below you can find the names of some of these organizations in alphabetical order.

Please click on any organization for additional information. 

Alabama Department of Public Health, Tobacco Prevention & Control
Alabama Department of Veteran Affairs
Alabama State Council Vietnam Veterans of America
American Red Cross
Battery Kilo, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment
Blue Star Mothers of Madison County
North Alabama Veterans & Fraternal Organizations Coalition
Silver Star Families of America (SSFO)

The Purpose of this Coalition

shall be to conduct the following activities regarding Veterans of the United States Military and Fraternal Organizations:

  1. Share information.
  2. Provide a common voice for the affiliate member’s organization on matters of common interest.
  3. To coordinate and sponsor events and activities of interest to the affiliate member’s organization
  4. To coordinate activities for charitable and educational purposes in compliance with the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) or other applicable regulations. Such support often involves active members, retirees, dependents, and family members.