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World War II and Korean War-era veterans are recognized for their service at Saturday’s dinner at the American Legion Post 712 in Pleasant Hills.
The post, with more than 1,000 members, is the largest in Western Pennsylvania.
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The Legion is planning to decorate the hall with decor as it appeared
when veterans returned home: banners on the building declaring
Welcome Home and The War Is Over
and inside signs for
Mess Hall and Boot Camp.
Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey records will provide background music.






The Military Banner Tribute Program salutes our brave men and women honorably
discharged who serve, or have served in the military by displaying military
banners in the community between Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
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These banners represent a source of pride not only in our service men and women,
but for the community as a whole. They honor the men and women of the
local community who have served their country honorably.
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The Military Banner Tribute Program does not accept sponsor advertising
on its Tribute Banners but only the logo of the non-profit sponsoring
group and the municipality in which it represents.

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America Honors her Heroes and Supports her Veterans


The Military Banner Tribute Program Structure

  •     The Military Banner Tribute Program is self-supporting.

  •     Banners and Brackets are paid for by the Families.

  •     Applications, Pictures, Checks are accepted by the Town/Sponsor.

  •     The information is Uploaded through the admin panel for that community.

  •     Banner/Bracket Building Parties are held by the Sponsoring Group.

  •     Photo Restoration, Website Development, Hosting, Support and website
        indexing provided by the Military Banner Tribute Program.

  •     The Municipality hangs the Banners before Memorial Day
        and removes them after Veterans Day

  •     The websites listing the banners stay active all year long at no charge.

  •     The Military Organization can list their calendar of events
        and activities on the site as they choose.

If your Legion, VFW, AMVETS, Non-Profit or Community
would like to join the Military Banner Tribute Program
and would be able to be active providing the support as listed,
Please click here for additional information.


America Honors her Heroes and
Supports her Veterans.







How can you get your community involved?
It's simple.
Click here to contact Harry Munson for program information/development.





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