Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl of Fort Worth, Texas became the first in the nation to become a #PurpleHeart Bowl Game.
MOPH Gershon Smith Chapter 2202 presented gifts to each in-patient at the Birmingham AL Medical Center for the holiday season. Give that gift that keeps on giving to MOPH to support our programs.
VFW Post 12171 of San Antonio, Texas became a “Purple Heart Post” on December 12, 2018.
There are many ways you can give back to others this holiday season. Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter #1000 served dinner to family members of deployed service members over the weekend. How do you plan on giving back to your community this holiday season?
VFW Post 4008 of Belton, Texas became a “Purple Heart Post “on December 11, 2018.
Moose Lodge 1889 became an official #PurpleHeart Facility on December 12, 2018. Pictured in the background: Bill Dismukes, Ed Charles, Dan Bernard, Jerry Frease, Jack Wagner and Rob Duffney.
Allen Wisniewski received a plaque and presented a proclamation to Chapter 696.
Columbia, South Carolina proudly announces they have a brand new Purple Heart bus to support the Purple Heart community!
On December 3, Sumter, SC Chapter 817 designated, Morris College as a Purple Heart College for its outstanding support to veterans.
On Friday, December 7th a new Purple Heart monument was unveiled at its temporary home, VFW Post 9745 in Winston, Oregon.
In honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, MOPH supported World War II veterans at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence meets the MOPH National Advocacy Officer, Kristin Beck.
Here at Purple Heart we appreciate and support ALL VETERANS.
We are nonpartisan patriots and here to help. #DiversityandInclusion makes us strong!
National Legislative Director: Aleks Morosky, National Service Director: Arthur Coleman III, National Junior Vice Commander: Rick Cherone, National Commander: Douglas Greenlaw, and National Adjutant: Ernesto Hernandez III at Purple Heart Leadership meeting.
South Dakota State University recently became the nation’s ninth Purple Heart Campus. A Purple Heart medal recipient, Connie Johnson talked about her story as a veteran and a struggle college student at SDSU. After receiving her bachelor, she’s at SDSU helping other veterans pursue their education goals.
Members of Sumter’s George L. Mabry, Chapter 817 Participated in Veterans Day Parade in the Sumter County, SC.
Thumbtack Ranch of Texas became the First Purple Heart Ranch in the Nation on November 9, 2018.
Fannin County, Texas became a “Purple Heart County” on November 20, 2018.
Secretary of Defense James Mathis recently visited F. E. Warren Air
Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyoming, to participate, in a Veterans Remembrance Event.He was at an event to return, some bells, back to
the Philippines, that have been at the Base since 1901. Pictured with
the Secretary Mattis, is Barry D. Gasdek, Region III Commander MOPH.
National President of Military Order of the Purple Heart Auxiliary, Diane Petrine and her husband, Joseph visited at MOPH Headquarters today!