As of May 30, 2024 


 Post Hours 

Brigantine Memorial "ALL AMERICAN" Post 6964 is now Open

Monday Thru Friday 1 PM to 10 PM


Saturday & Sunday 12 PM to 10 PM,

for All VFW Members and their Guests. 



  Our Friday Night Dinners and Various Events,

throughout the year, are


You can view all Menus on our website or our Facebook Page,

Brigantine Memorial Post 6964 Official Group 



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VFW and Yearly Visitors!  




If any New Jersey Veteran needs assistance with Benefits, Compensation, or other benefits that the VA offers, please call 862-588-6130.

Assistance provided by a VFW Certified and VA Accredited Service Officer.


Healthy Habits to Prevent the Flu


The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated each year, but practicing healthy habits can also help stop the spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses like the flu.

Here are a few steps to protect yourself from the flu:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing.
  • Wash your hands often. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when you touch something that is contaminated and then touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.

Get care now!


If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, turn to us for a prompt diagnosis and comprehensive care. VISN 4 Tele Urgent Care allows you to connect virtually to a VA health care provider privately and securely over phone or using VA Video Connect.



 Veterans Benefits Newsletter 

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 Click Here to Read the Latest VFW Action Corps Weekly



The American Rescue Plan has some important provisions for veterans. They include:
  • Ensuring veterans will not have any copays or cost-sharing for preventative treatment or services related to COVID-19 going back to April 2020 and authorizes the VA to reimburse those veterans who already submitted payments for their care during this period.
  • More than $14.5 billion for VA to provide health care services and other related supports – including suicide prevention, Women’s health services, telehealth expansion, medical facility improvements – to eligible veterans and allows up to $4 billion in spending for the Veterans Community Care Program.
  • Nearly $400 million for up to 12 months of retraining assistance for veterans who are unemployed as a result of the pandemic and do not have access to other veteran education benefits. This funding covers the cost of the rapid retraining program as well as a housing allowance for enrolled veterans.
  • $272 million for the VA to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the benefits claims and appeals backlog. And emergency paid sick leave for VA’s frontline and essential health workers.
VA COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
  • Veteran FAQs for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution:
  • Currently, vaccines are available to those who are in Phase 1A which includes paid and unpaid persons serving in health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials as well as residents and staff of long-term congregate settings. Vaccines are also available to police and fire personnel. Once vaccine availability expands, vaccination will advance to Phase 1B, then Phase 1C, and then Phase 2. Currently, Phase 1B of vaccination will include frontline essential workers and individuals over 75; Phase 1C will include other essential workers, adults 65-74, and persons aged 16-64 with medical conditions that increase the risk for severe COVID-19. Following these phases, the general public (Phase 2) will be eligible for vaccination. It is recommended that Veterans also sign up for the State’s civilian portal. Veterans then may have the option to receive a vaccine via the VA or through State distribution. Please sign up to be alerted when they are eligible to receive the vaccine through
  • VA vaccination has expanded to Veterans aged 50–65 with first tier high risk conditions. VA patient lists sort by these conditions so they can identify the patient and call them. If a Veteran has a question about their condition, they should contact their PACT provider to discuss.
  • The VA has developed a COVID-19 Vaccine information page with updated information which you can find here VA COVID vaccines
  • Due to the necessary colder temperatures required for the Pfizer vaccine being distributed by the VA, they are only being distributed at VA Medical Centers and currently not Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs).

The VFW is hosting two Homeless Veteran Stand Downs

Glassboro VFW Post 679 April 9th 10 to 2 Click HERE for flyer
Cranford VFW Post 335 April 21 10 to 2 Click HERE for flyer

Commanders and Quartermasters, please ensure the following reports are in by April 30th:

Trustee of Audit Reports
Post Inspections
Community Activity Reports
Election Reports (Quartermasters-please ensure the correct postal and email addresses are on the reports) Please file election reports on OMS.
All of the reports can be found on our website HERE

Get your Buddy Poppy orders in ASAP. The form can be found in our website.

State Convention: June 16 to 19. The Days Inn is full and cannot accept further reservations. Registration and delegate forms will go out April 1st.

National Convention: July 31 to Aug 5 Baltimore MD. Room registration is open on

Mail service at the State HQ is non-existent, please send all mail to:

Ken Hagemann
140 Bass Rd
Tuckerton NJ 08087

Thank you



Covid-19 Inoculations

Attention Veterans! The VA is starting to accept all Veteransregardless of age, for Covid-19 inoculations. To schedule an appointment, call either the Philadelphia VA Medical Center, at 215-823-4014, or the Wilmington VAMCat  302-633-5200


The Officers and Members would like to welcome new member (s) 

Julie Brouse, to our Post. Make sure to welcome Julie, when you see her.



I'm Vaccinated. What's Next?

A Veteran receiving a COVID-19 vaccine

What you can do to protect others

So, you received your second COVID-19 vaccine dose. What's next? Until vaccines are widely distributed, here are four ways to stay informed and keep yourself and others safe. Learn more.

A Veteran having an annual eye exam

Diabetes and Your Vision

Did you know regular eye exams are a critical part of self-care for diabetics? It's important to know how diabetic retinopathy happens, its symptoms, and how to prevent it. Learn more.

A Veteran and partner reviewing My HealtheVet's VA Blue Button feature

Get Your VA Medical Records Anytime

Before your next appointment, you can be better prepared to talk with your doctor. In this YouTube video, learn more about what VA Blue Button can do for you. Learn more.

Veterans exercising at their VA medical center

Achieve Your Healthy Weight

There's no perfect weight for everyone. But there's a weight that's healthiest for you. Adopting healthy habits will serve your well-being better than any number on the scale. Learn more.

A Veteran using VA Video Connect to talk to their doctor about blood pressure

Blood Pressure: Questions to Ask Your Doctor

It's important to have a good relationship with your doctor. When you talk to them about your blood pressure, these questions can help you stay on track. Learn more.

A Veterans reviewing apps on the VA app store

Five Apps We Know You'll Love

Maintaining a balanced lifestyle that includes regular sleep, managing stress, and finding time to refocus is harder than it seems. Here are five apps we think can help. Learn more.

A Veteran getting information about the Airborne Hazards and Burn Pit Registry

Airborne Hazards and Burn Pit Information 

Joining the VA Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry can help you learn more about your health and get connected to care. Learn more.

A doctor walking a patient through their numbers

What is Atrial Fibrillation?

Atrial fibrillation, or 'AFib,' is a common abnormality that affects millions of people. Living a heart-healthy lifestyle can lower your chances of problems. Learn more.

A Veteran showing a fellow Veteran information about the Great American Spit Out

Ditch the Dip

Taking steps to leave tobacco behind may seem daunting. But small changes you make today can add up over time and help you quit for good. Learn more.

Learn about continued debt relief options for Veterans

If you are new to My HealtheVet, be sure to upgrade your account so you can use all these great features. Upgrade today!



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