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2019 Vetertans Parade
South Bay - Blue Star Moms Events
Aug. 2019 - Event Calendar
Vet-to-Vet Cafe
Military Hiring Fair
Moffett Field Commissary Fund Raiser
4th Of JULY - Red, White & Slough
San Jose PTSD Awareness Event
Los Gatos Veteran's Memorial Dedication
SVC AUSA Military Ball Invitation 2019
San Jose Area Memorial Events
FREE - Popcorn & Movie
USS San Francisco Memorial Foundation - 2019 Annual Memorial Ceremony
The Flame of Liberty Memorial Dedication! - Los Gatos
The Canales Project and the San Jose State University Hammer Theatre Center
Moffett Fund Raiser
Silicon Valley Military Ball - 2019
The Final Salute: D-Day Plus 75 Years
Vet Center Reception
SalVetuting Those Who Serve - Stanford Baseball
Sons of Union, Annual Memorial Day Service
2019, Anual Memorial Day Tribute
Car Show
FREE - SJ Giants Tickets
Know A Vet News
Welcome Home - Fresno
Parade of Champions
2019 Run As One
Annual Sons of San Jose Vietnam Veterans Memorial Ceremony
53th Moffet Anniversary of the Vietnam War
THE 2019 DON EDWARDS LECTURE VETERANS ON THE HOME FRONT: ADVOCACY, POLICY, ACTION
California State Commanders Veterans Council All Veterans Day at the Capitol
Town Meeting with VA Palo Alto
Legion Day 2019 sign up form.
Silicon Valley Chapter of the AUSA
Spartan Salute - Military History and Veterans Events
Four Chaplains Interfaith Memorial Servie
2019 San Jose, CA. Military Hire Resource & Career Fair!
AL Post 419 - Veterans Craft Faire
Honor On The Row (2019)
Commendation
San Jose Area Dicounts for Memorial Day
SJPD Arrest Veterans Memorial Vandalism Suspect
Memorial Day United States Flag Display
T-Mobile Cell Phone DSCOUNT FOR Vets
Join us Tues, ~3pm, San Jose City Council
The Moment When Recovery Begins
Boots & Badges Care Package Drive - VA Center
Summer Vacation Discounts
Finding the Virgo
Vandals defaced Veterans Memorial in San Jose
The Waving Wood Flag Day Giveaway
AB-634 Fact Sheet (STATE HIGHWAY ROUNDABOUTS)
Security Professionals Hiring Event
California State Commanders Veterans Council
2019 Legislative Bills
VTA's updated transit service plan
Medi-Cal Waiting List Placement for Service Members
Working Group I Article The VVA Veteran, March / April 2019 Issue
Veterans Canteen Service (VCS)
BS-364 - Fact Sheet
AB 1588 (Gloria/Gray)
AB 408 – Disabled Veteran License Plate Streamlining
AB 427 – Military Retirement Pay
VFW Weekly Action Report-Feb 2019
Update on LTG (R) Guy Swan's Visit
CalVet Women Veterans news

VA Appeals Modernization
PROPOSED EQUIVALENCY STANDARD LANGUAGE
MILITARY VETS PURSUING WATER & WASTEWATER SYSTEM

Mare Island Cemetery

Agent Orange


FOUR CHAPLINS - Interfaith Memorial Service
This service is open to all vet eras organization, patriotic and fraternal organizations, scouting groups,and individuals who want to share in a tribute to Four Chaplains of differing faiths who, in brotherhood, gave their life so others may have a second chance at living theirs.

Memorial Day
Each year, on the Monday designated by the Government as Memorial Day, the UVC conducts a public ceremony at Oak Hill Memorial Park in San Jose, California. Local Boy and Girl Scouts place 3,600 American flags at the headstones of veterans of all wars in six burial plots: the Veteran's Plot, Field of Honor Plot, Spanish American War Plot, two Civil War Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Plots and Women's Relief Corps GAR Auxiliary Plot. The UVC Memorial Day Ceremony is held at the Veteran's Plot at 11 am and includes the posting of military and veteran organization colors, placing of wreaths, a rifle salute and playing of Taps.
Photos: 2009, 2013, 2013, 2014
Videos: YouTube or WMV File (139Mb)
Veterans Day
Since 1919, a public ceremony or parade has been held on Veterans Day in Downtown San Jose, California. Now sponsored by the UVC with support from the City of San Jose and County of Santa Clara along with contributions from many individuals and organizations, this Veterans Day Parade, one of the largest in Northern California, honors all who served or are currently serving their country. The Opening Ceremony for the Parade begins on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month with a memorial ceremony at Plaza de Cesar Chavez on Market Street in honor of the 1918 Armistice of the "War to End All Wars." The Parade steps off at 12:00 Noon from Delmas Street near the HP Pavilion and travels east along Santa Clara to Market Street. The Parade then proceeds south on Market, passing the reviewing stand at Park Street opposite Plaza de Cesar Chavez near the Tech Museum, and ends at San Carlos Street.
Photos: 2005, 2006, 2014
Reports about ending the Veterans Day Parade were not correct.
Planning for this year's parade is already underway.
Volunteers are needed, please Contact UVC if you can help.
Flag Lowering
Every other month, the UVC sponsors a Flag Lowering Ceremony at Oak Hill Memorial Park in San Jose, California. The event is usually held on the last Sunday of the month at 1:30 PM near the main entrance flag pole where a different deceased veteran's name is displayed each day. The UVC member organizations take turns performing the ceremony which includes reading all the veteran names which were displayed since the previous ceremony. Due to the holidays, usually there are no ceremonies held in November or December. Any deceased Veteran (including Merchant Marine) may be honored by Oak Hill. The Veteran does not have to be recently deceased and does not have to be buried at Oak Hill. Send as much as is known: veteran's name, branch of service, rank or rate, date of death, where interred, next of kin's name/address/phone to:
Oak Hill Memorial Park
Attn.: Flag Lowering Ceremony, 300 Curtner Ave, San Jose, CA 95125
408-297-2447
Comfort       Remember       Organization Schedule       Photos: 2001
San Jose Veterans Resources Fair (View Flyer)
Member Organization and Community Events

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