Latino Veterans have played many important roles in our Nation’s history, many of them untold.  We would like to honor all of those who have served, past and present, but also put a spotlight on the Latino Veterans who fought for our country.

Fresno 100th Annual Veteran’s Parade

On Veteran’s Day, November 11th, 2019, the NLPOA-Fresno County Chapter participated in Fresno, California’s 100th Annual Veterans Day Parade through downtown Fresno, Ca. It is now considered the largest Veteran’s Day Parade in the USA. It was viewed by Millions of people over…
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NLPOA Central Valley joins Vietnam Veteran Organization

This past week the NLPOA Central Valley Chapter had the great pleasure of joining with the Vietnam Veteran Organizations from the cities of Dinuba, Orosi and Cutler in the18th Annual Dinner Honoring Veterans. The dinner was free for all veterans …. even…
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Fresno County Chapter – Veteran’s Parade 2015

Our members who participated in the 2015 Veteran’s Parade are: Raquel Zamorano, Rachel Diaz, Israel Aguilar, Dan Martin (Navy), Gene Gonzales (Air Force), Armando Hindman, Tina Hindman, Alex Martin (Army), Tony Diaz (Army) and Ruben Diaz. The NLPOA Fresno County Chapter participated…
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Latino Veterans Contribution to WWII

Latino Veterans Contribution to WWII Latinos have served the United States in every war since the revolutionary war and demonstrated courage and loyalty throughout those historical periods. During the Civil War, Latinos served both in the Confederate and U. S. Armies. In…
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