Veterans of Foreign Wars
Lake Minnetonka VFW Post 5919
PO Box 513
Excelsior, Mn. 55331

email:vfw5919@yahoo.com

Some still serve!
Welcome to our world, home of veterans,
on a mission, for God and Country!
How to Contact
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Post 5919 History
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Membership Fees
Benefits
Who Are We ?
camaraderie.
Now united in strength to support all veterans and the Lake
Minnetonka community
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What We Do?
Provide care, benefits and support to veterans/families across the
street and around the world.
Provide programs and services to Lake Minnetonka community that
fosters patriotism.

Remember?
We had no expectations but to serve where duty called.
We served for your future.
We asked for no reward except a nation's thanks.
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FORTITUDE & LOYALTY
This website is:
Dedicated to those who were vigilant so we could rest,
Who gave everything that we may thrive,
Who are silent that we may breathe free.
We honor you, veterans of USA.

This VFW Post is:
Politically incorrect. We say Merry Christmas, God bless
America, we salute our flag and give thanks to our
troops and first responders.  If this offends you, leave
this website ASAP.

In God we trust.
Member Bio's
Veteran News
"Not for themselves,
but for their country"
Welcome Home, Veteran
"We leave you our deaths, now give them meaning"
One flag,
one land,
one heart,
one language,
one God,
one nation forevermore!
Return With Honor!
Where we go one, we go all!


In February of 2020, the world will mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima,
considered by many to be the United States Marine Corps’ defining moment; the battle
that gave America its most graphic icon of the war for control of the Pacific – Joe
Rosenthal’s photograph of six Americans raising the Stars and Stripes on war-torn
Mount Suribachi. .
Iwo Jima was the only major engagement of the Pacific War in which U.S. casualties,
killed and wounded, outstripped the total of Japanese dead.   The Battle of Iwo Jima
represented to the Americans the pinnacle of forcible entry from the sea. This
particular amphibious assault was the ultimate ‘storm landing.    22 U.S. Marines and 5
U.S. Navy members received the Medal of Honor
TODAY, TOMORROW, TOGETHER