San Diego District 1 Veterans of Foreign Wars Posts                   

Post 2422 General Henry D Styer Post
557 Orange Ave
Coronado, CA 92118
United States
Phone: (619) 435-6917

Meeting Location & Time

557 Orange Ave
Coronado, CA 92118
United States   (Directions)

1830 3 Wednesday of the M


Quartermaster: Dennis Costa

Commander: Charles Lucas

Post 4851 Asian Pacific Post
2841 Fallbrook Ln
San Diego, CA 921176733
United States
Phone: (619) 276-2497

Meeting Location & Time

1260 Third Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91911
United States   (Directions)

7:00PM second Wednesday


Quartermaster: Eugene Davies

Commander: Gary Himaka

Post 11388 Rancho Penasquitos Post
PO Box 500902
San Diego, CA 92150
United States
Phone: (858) 689-1980

Meeting Location & Time

14484 Penasquitos Dr
San Diego, CA 92129-1604
United States   (Directions)

7:30 PM 2nd Thursday


Quartermaster: William Denke

Commander: Robert Caldwell

Post 7766 Major Abraham J. Baum Post
12463 Rancho Bernardo Rd # 531
San Diego, CA 921282143
United States
Phone: (858) 487 6900

Meeting Location & Time

16955 Bernardo Oaks Dr
San Diego, CA 92128-2166
United States   (Directions)

1900 Hrs. 3rd Wednesday of the month


Quartermaster: Joseph Brown

Commander: Donald Schmidt

Post 7420 Don Diego Post
2100 Logan Ave
San Diego, CA 92113
United States
Phone: (619) 239-5373

Meeting Location & Time

2100 Logan Ave
San Diego, CA 92113-2204
United States   (Directions)

6:00 PM 1st thursday


Quartermaster: Nicholas Christilaw

Commander: Miguel Alatorre

Post 5985 Pacific Beach Post
853 Turquoise St
San Diego, CA 921091127
United States
Phone: (858) 761-2370

Meeting Location & Time

853 Turquoise Street
San Diego, CA 92109-1127
United States   (Directions)

7 PM Second Thursday


Quartermaster: Francis Gless

Commander: Sammy Van Alstyne

Post 11387 Thomas G. Gravelle Sr. Post
2312 Reo Dr
San Diego, CA 921393024
United States
Phone: (619) 470-8456

Meeting Location & Time

2312 Reo Drive
San Diego, CA 92139-3024
United States   (Directions)

1900 3rd Wednesday


Quartermaster: Glenn Vandrew

Commander: Scott Langhoff

Post 3787 Mission Valley Post
4370 Twain Ave
San Diego, CA 921203404
United States
Phone: (619) 281-0137

Meeting Location & Time

4370 Twain Avenue
San Diego, CA 92120-3404
United States   (Directions)

10:00 AM 2nd Saturday


Quartermaster: Richard Tanner

Commander: David Tofte

VFW Affiliates

As the nation's largest organization of combat veterans, the VFW has an impeccable and longstanding record of service and stewardship. Every year, VFW programs and services assist millions of service members, veterans and their families. The VFW takes great pride in its affinity relationships. 

The great level of support the businesses and organizations listed below show our military family is critical to filling the many gaps and hardships military life can cause. We've been there and we know what our service members and veterans need during and after their service. And we know that together, we can ensure our military families receive the support they deserve.


Each November since 2007, participating BURGER KING® Franchises have held a fundraiser benefitting the VFW's Unmet Needs program. Patrons have been encouraged to donate $1 or more to the Unmet Needs program with the purchase of their meal, which has resulted in more than $2.3 million being raised to date. More on Burger King.


Hiring America, a highly successful, syndicated television show hosted by TV correspondent Gigi Stone, provides valuable resources and information for new and seasoned veterans moving from the service into the workforce, or seeking to build their careers. It’s the first-ever national television program dedicated to job seeking advice and career direction for returning U.S. military veterans. Check local listings!


Since 2007, Sport Clips has helped U.S. service members connect with their loved ones through their Help A Hero program, benefitting VFW Operation Uplink™ "Free Call Days." In 2013, Sport Clips expanded Help A Hero's focus with the addition of the VFW's "Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship" program. Through company and client donations, almost 2 million dollars have been contributed to the programs and more than 2 million calls and over 130 scholarships have been made possible - and counting! More on Sport Clips.


Since Student Veterans of America's (SVA) founding in 2008, over one million veterans have returned home to pursue a post-secondary degree or certificate using VA education benefits. To meet this need, SVA’s presence at the local and national levels has grown to include over 1,100 chapter affiliates, numerous private and nonprofit partners, and most importantly, an expanding list of impactful programs and services for veterans. More on SVA.


Twisted X® Boots use the newest technology, stronger and lighter weight components, and newer and more consistent manufacturing techniques. They’ve incorporated all the components necessary to provide you with the style, technology, stability, durability and comfort you expect in traditional and authentic cowboy, western and work boots – because you’ve got better things to worry about than your feet. More on Twisted X Boots.


The USAA family of companies provides insurance, banking, investments, retirement products and advice to 11.2 million current and former members of the U.S. military and their families. Known for its legendary commitment to its members, USAA is consistently recognized for outstanding service, employee well-being and financial strength. USAA membership is open to all who are serving our nation in the U.S. military or have received a discharge type of Honorable – and their eligible family members. More on USAA.


Through a variety of programs and services, VFW Foundation fills in assistance gaps for troops abroad, military families back in the U.S. and America’s often-forgotten veterans. These programs support all branches of the military, are provided at no cost to the recipients and require no Veterans of Foreign Wars affiliation. As a not-for-profit organization, the VFW Foundation receives no government funding. Find out how you can help!


Formally known as Emblem and Supply, the VFW Store was established in 1912 to provide income to support VFW Programs through the sale of emblematic and patriotic merchandise. It continues that mission today and the revenue generated goes to help veterans, military service members and their families! Shop now!


Established 1914, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary set out to serve the veterans of this country and their communities in honor of the sacrifices and commitment of every man and woman who has served in uniform. More about the VFW Auxiliary.


The VFW National Home for Children was founded in 1925 as a place where the families left behind by war -- mothers and children, brothers and sisters -- could remain together, keeping the family circle intact even when their service member didn't come home. More on VFW National Home.


Founded in 1920, Military Order of the Cootie of the United States (MOC) is a veterans service organization whose membership is comprised of the officers and leadership of the VFW. Membership in the MOC is recognition of outstanding service to the VFW and its programs. The Cooties have provided social and entertainment programs to members of the VFW as an Ancillary unit within the organization. More on the MOC.


VetJobs, a leading job board owned and operated by veterans for veterans, helps meet the shortage of qualified candidates in the civilian sector with highly trained veterans who can offer employers technical skills, management expertise and leadership. VetJobs provides veterans with the tools necessary to make job searching easy while making it easy for employers to employ members of the military community. Tens of thousands of candidates have found jobs with the thousands of companies who have used VetJobs. More on VetJobs.


At, their mission is to help small, non-profit Veteran organizations spread their cause with free custom wristbands. They provide small businesses with an easy-to-use, customizable platform, centered around spreading awareness for their cause. They truly believe by spreading awareness for Veterans, they can change hundreds of thousands of lives of the men and women who risked their own for us. They deeply appreciate you visiting their site and hope you find encouragement and inspiration through their custom awareness wristbands.

Veterans Service Organizations (VSO)