Chapter Mission

The mission is to encourage and promote the physical and cultural improvement, growth development, self-respect, self-confidence, and usefulness of all military Veterans to improve their overall quality of life. More info HERE

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Chapter History

Wil Dailey began the Vietnam Veteran Chapter 952 and the Springfield, Missouri Veteran’s Center office assisting all Veterans issues in the Myrl Billings Memorial Veterans Center. HERE

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V V A Chapter 952 is a group of Veterans and their families who actively help Veterans by providing a “helping hand up and not a hand out.” We help Veterans of all wars, spouses, and friends by providing mentoring, friendship, and information. We actively help the homeless Veteran community as well as community networking. Our goal and mission is to support Vietnam Veterans, their families and future generations for all that served their country. Join us as we make a difference in the lives of Veterans, and veteran families.
   

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    December 23 @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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Dan was a RM3 Radioman Third Class Petty Officer with two Tours of Duty 1970-1971; HC-7 Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 7 with Search & Rescue missions inland and off the coast of Vietnam serving as a radioman. The squadron was detached out of Cubi Point Naval Air Base, P.I. and deployed on several aircraft carriers in the Tonkin Gulf.  HC-7 was the most decorated naval squadron during the Vietnam War.   In 1971-1974, the USS Ranger CVA61, was a combat … read more

The Chapter is growing and wonderful to see. I can’t believe all the hoopla and excitement about the new building space at 1925 Bennett #H. Drop in Monday – Friday Office Hours 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 417-693-6298 The Smoke Em if you Got Em BBQ event is August 5th    Countryside BBQ Pro Shop 2857 S. Campbell Ave. Springfield, MO 65807.     This is a family event with hourly drawings, bounce house for the kids, 50/50 drawing, silent … read more