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My Military Medal Last Will and Testament

An official Will and Testament that is valid in all States authorizing military veteran's to bequeath their military medals and military award certificates to a specific member of their family for eternal preservation to be passed down from generation to generation is now available.

To obtain a copy of My Military Medal Last Will and Testament to bequeath your military honors CLICK HERE. Upon accessing The War Library database, select "FORMS" on the Main screen.

Although it is not necessary, veterans and their signatory Witness may wish to sign the My Military Medal Last Will and Testament in the presence of a licensed Notary Public. Consult your bank or telephone directory for a local Notary Public.

PRESERVING YOUR FAMILY'S MILITARY MEDAL LEGACY
IS IMPORTANT

The United States of America is our world's oldest Democracy but we are comparatively young when it comes to preserving our personal or a family member's military history. Very, very few American families are in possession of their military veteran's military records, medals and certificates mostly because their veterans never bothered to acquire them, or family members never bothered to preserve a family member's military service history and awards they acquired upon the death of a family member.

The My Military Medal Last Will And Testament provides veterans the incentive and ability to preserve the greatest accomplishment any American can claim as his or her most honorable and highest contribution to our Nation and the human race.

AMERICAN FAMILY'S MUST PRESERVE
THEIR FAMILY MILITARY MEDAL LEGACY

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Contact Person for this Posting:
Roger Simpson,
Public Information Office (15624224100.com)
The American War Library (amervets.com)
817 East Via Carmelitos
Virginia Building 319
Long Beach CA 90805-7549
Phone: 1-562-422-4100