Veterans Crisis Line.  Thinking suicide or feel there's just no other way out?  Dial 1-800-273-8255 and press "1" to talk to someone now.




Our favorite links:     Website of the national home of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Full of information about what our organization is about, location of Posts around the country, membership criteria, and an easy way to sign up.     Website of the Department of Oregon of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Contains localized information about the VFW within the state of Oregon, to include locations, contact information, and website addresses.     Website where members may purchase VFW items. Includes uniforms, hats, casual clothing, jewelery, memorabilia, and much much more.    Website of VFW Post 4273 in Sandy, Oregon    Website of a very worthwhile endeavor where deserving WWII/Korea/Vietnam veterans are given an escorted prepaid trip to Washington D.C. to view various memorials.    Website where you can get all sorts of medals for your uniforms or wall displays.    Website where window decals and bumper stickers can be ordered. A great variety of insignia for all services including a great many units and ships.   VFW's premiere talk radio show, The National Defense, is the only nationally syndicated talk radio show that focuses exclusively on topics concerning taday's active-duty military, veterans and those that support them.   National website of the Ladies Auxiliary.     Website of Pup Tent 1 of the Military Order of the Cootie. Check us out!        An article submitted for a class project by a 7th grade student in Massachussets about some of the more famous vehicles of WWII. This is a great starter and lists many resources to remind us of the tin and steel we used to ride around in.



Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Okay, I've got some questions. What is the best way to contact you guys? A: The preferred way to contact us would be through email at Or, if you prefer, you can always call us at 503-659-3727. Keep in mind that we are currently open only for meetings or by appointment.

Q: So what is the best way to view your website? A: Our website was designed to be viewed on a computer screen that is at least 1000 pixels wide. Viewing on a cell phone is not encouraged......

Q: If I want some information about the VFW, who is the best person to contact? A: There is an abundance of general information about the VFW and benefits in becoming a member on our national ( and our state websites ( If you would like to talk to someone in our Post feel free to use any of the methods described in the first question above.