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    Veteran & Military Organizations in Saint Matthews


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    Business Listing   Calhoun County - Veterans' Affairs Officer - Saint Matthews, SC - Phone: (803) 874-3816


    Business Listing   U S Post Office - for Zip Code Information - Saint Matthews, SC - Phone: (803) 874-3846



    Business Listing   USDA St Matthews Service Center - Farm Service Agency - Saint Matthews, SC - Phone: (803) 874-3380


    Business Listing   USDA St Matthews Service Center - Natural Resource Conservation Ser - Saint Matthews, SC - Phone: (803) 874-3337


    Business Listing   VFW - Saint Matthews, SC - Phone: (803) 655-7221


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    Helpful Definition for: Veteran & Military Organizations

    Veteran and military organizations in Saint Matthews have been established to recognize the sacrifices of unsung heroes, to pay tribute to those who are wounded or killed in action, to remember and be grateful to the men and women who are the mental and emotional mainstays of Armed Forces. They honor the symbol of the cost of the nation’s freedom. They promote patriotism, fraternalism and preservation of America’s military history. Most importantly, they provide comfort and assistance to all veterans and their families, especially those requiring claims assistance, those who are homeless, and those requiring employment assistance. They also have volunteers providing assistance to hospitalized veterans.



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