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  • Lipan Apache Tribe Museum and Cultural Center: Tribal Store Order Form
    Size Color Unit Price Quantity Total Price Bumper Sticker 2 50 Red White Cap w Lipan Shield 14 00 Coffee Mug w Lipan Shield 12 00 Koozie w Lipan Shield 4 50 Sub total Texas residents add 8 25 Shipping Handling see below Total Amt Shipping is via US Mail Shipping and Handling Rate 4 00 for first item 1 00 for each additional item Complete order and mail with

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Museum/store/orderform.html (2016-02-09)
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  • LIpan Apache Tribe: Report from Nancy Minor on Lipan Warrior Jason Pompa
    and other non combat missions it is a rare thing for the U S military to fly a secondary flag such as our Tribal flag during battle The Tribe thanks our brave warrior Jason Pompa for coordinating this great honor and deeply thanks him for his service to his country and to his People Jason will bring the Tribal flag along with a certificate stating that it was flown in

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/JasonPompaFlag.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: A Memorial Marine Lance Cpl Jose Luis Maldonado
    ï A Memorial to Marine Lance Corporal Jose Luis Maldonado Copyright Home Contact Us Donate Webmaster Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas PO Box 5218 McAllen TX 78502

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Service/JoseMaldonado.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Honoring Lipan Apache Tribe's Service Members
    is the catalyst in proving these benefits These benefits may include Burial Allowance Families may be entitled to certain reimbursements of burial allowances funeral costs and plot interment costs to include cremation of an eligible Veteran While the Veteran must meet certain conditions for eligibility these reimbursement payments may range from 300 to 2000 The applicant must file VA Form 21 530 Application for Burial Benefits along with a copy of the DD214 copies of the death certificate and copies of funeral and burial bills that have been paid These documents are sent to the regional VA office Military Funeral Honors Military Funeral Honors is mandated by law for eligible Veterans and these honors are free of charge These honors consist of a ceremony that includes folding and presenting an American flag to the next of kin and the playing of taps during the funeral service or memorial service The funeral home or your local veteranâ s organization can help families arrange this service While any discharge document showing honorable service can be used the preferred method of verifying eligibility for these honors is the DD214 Burial Flags Veterans are eligible for only one burial flag and the organization performing military funeral honors normally provides the flag However in rare circumstances individuals may request a burial flag by submitting VA Form 21 2008 Application for United States Flag for Burial Purposes along with a copy of the DD214 These documents are submitted to the VA regional office or most any US post office Headstones and Markers VA provides free of charge headstones and markers for the graves of veterans anywhere in the world and eligible dependents of veterans buried in national state veteran or federal cemeteries There are a variety of styles and designs for graves markers columbaria markers for inurned cremated remains and medallions for placement on commercial stones The applicant must file VA Form 40 1330 Application for Standard Headstone or Marker along with a copy of the DD214 and death certificate These documents are sent to Memorial Programs Service 41A1 Department of Veterans Affairs 5109 Russell Road Quantico VA 22134 3903 National Cemetery Burial Eligibility VA has the responsibility for verifying eligibility for burial in VA national cemeteries The local cemetery director along with assistance from the VA Regional Office who has final adjudication determination authority has the responsibility of verifying burial eligibility in national cemeteries The normal time lapse from the date of request to be buried in a national cemetery until the actual internment is at least 30 days The burden of proof in establishing eligibility is the responsibility of the estate of the Veteran The primary document for establishing eligibility is the DD214 Presidential Memorial Certificates VA will provide s Presidential Memorial Certificate PMC to honor the memory of deceased Veterans The PMC is an engraved paper certificate signed by the President of the United States expressing the countryâ s grateful recognition of the Veteranâ s service in the United States Military The PMC

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Service/LAVS_news1.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Honoring Lipan Apache Service Members, Phillip Cornejo
    the veteran and maintained at the cost of the VA issuing office Read More of the August 2012 Report May June 2012 REPORT by Phillip Cornejo Mental Health Services and PTSD I canâ t tell you the date anymore most likely it was the second day of our attack and push into Iraq I canâ t remember the time of the day all I remember is the smoke and the gray clouds that covered the sky This day of the attack our track had just shut down from engine trouble if I remember right it was just after we rolled through an anti personnel mine field maybe that had something to do with it maybe not but we were all shook up after that They hitched our Bradley fighting vehicle to another Bradley and we the dismounted infantry all piled in the back to be pulled around during the fighting It was scary surreal like a dream Then it happened â enemy contact to our 10 Oâ clock Iraqi tank Orders were given and the sound of the TOW missile leaving its carriage with a loud swoosh and the loud pop and explosion The explosions are not like on the movies they are more like a big bang with smoke and the turrets sometimes would pop up off the tanks Read More of the May June 2012 Report February 2012 REPORT by Phillip Cornejo Veteran s Administration s Agent Orange Program In her six part series story on Vietnam and Agent Orange Connie Schultz writes â Between 1962 and 1971 at airports and American operations centers throughout South Vietnam the U S military stored mixed handled and loaded onto airplanes more than 20 million gallons of herbicide Early on U S planes dropped pamphlets written in Vietnamese assuring farmers that the chemicals were harmless to humans and animals Today more than 2 million acres in Vietnam remain barren Numerous studies have shown that hot spots on the perimeter of former U S bases in the south still leach dioxin into the soil contaminating water vegetation wildlife and peopleâ 2011 The legacy of the Vietnam War is still felt today by our veterans and even more so by our silent Native Warriors Read More of Feb 2012 Report JANUARY 2012 REPORT by Phillip Cornejo Get Out and MOVE With the New Year Jim Abbott once stated â It s not the disability that defines you itâ s how you deal with the challenges the disability presents you with We have an obligation to the abilities we DO have not the disability â Jim Abbott was born September 19 1967 in Flint Michigan without a right hand He was an All America hurler He played for the California Angels the New York Yankees the Chicago White Sox and the Milwaukee Brewers from 1989 to 1999 In the spirit of Jim Abbott itâ s the New Year and time for resolutions to get healthier and more active Read More of Jan 2012 Report

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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Honoring Lipan Apache Service Members, Jorge Guzman
    associate degree in computer technology and a bachelorâ s degree in Liberal Arts and Management Studies â Guzman said â Iâ m working on my second bachelorâ s degree in history at Thomas Edison â This method of schooling is good for Soldiers Guzman explained Soldiers have little time or money for going to class every day This program provides financial support and gives Soldiers the opportunity to get all the information they need to take tests as soon as possible This helps them accrue college credits quicker â Iâ ve taken only six college classes and I am already on my way to receiving a second bachelorâ s degree in four months â he said â The program is free for Soldiers â said James Campbell Red Cloud Garrisonâ s educational advisor â If you paid for the courses in a regular college in most cases the cost of a semester hour could be around 250 If you calculate how many courses Guzman took you can see how much money he saved with this program â There is a wide variety of courses and classes for someone to take Guzman said â If you name the course they have it â Guzman said â All you have to do is find a college of your choice that accepts your credits which in most cases isnâ t difficult at all â Studying for these tests is not too difficult he pointed out â I study maybe an hour or two every night before I go to bed â he said â I read my books and I study at www instantcertonline com website which is my main study source and has been a great source for me They provide adequate study tips and information for these courses â I recommend

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Service/JorgeGuzman.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Honoring Lipan Apache Service Members, Snake Blocker
    and Dragon Dragon Slayer Thunderbirds and Purity in Water and how these stories explain battle tactics used by Apache warriors in battle Click HERE to read APACHE STORIES Snake Blockerâ s Upcoming Events Lipan Apache Tribe of TX members receive ½ off seminar prices Watch this spot for Snake Seminar Events upcoming 2014 2011 Newsletter From Snake Jason Blocker Members I recently got promtoted to Petty Officer 1st Class E6 in the Navy and I also got a book deal to publish my Apache research The book will be called Apache Life Fighting Tactics The book will be a combination of the life styles and worldviews of past and present Apaches along with how we fought and trained over the years up to the present It will feature personal stories from present day Apaches and show the diversity among the varies Apaches The book will be published by Lauric Press out of Texas I m still in need of more stories from our members so email me your info to blockeracademy yahoo com I would like you to email me anything you can think of relating Apaches example myths legends fighting styles quotes history wisdom symbolizism famous warriors chief livestyle worldview stories songs words etc You can also include personal beliefs personal views personal family history or names you would like to see in the manual to show respect and honor to our people I also want photos I also met with Tyron Clark BCA President and got a book deal to publish my biography book which will be called The Red Road This book will be about my worldview and the Biblical principles which helped me through my life I will open up the stories of my struggles and medical conditions which God Jesus Christ helped me through and

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Service/SnakeJasonBlocker/SnakeBlockerPage.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Honoring Lipan Apache Service Member, Joaquin Guerrero
    The program was set up as an anti substance abuse education for young school kids I have taken those same principles and adapted them into Operation Broken Arrow specifically designed for children and youth in Native American communities and schools I also founded the Apache Acres Training Facility and Kennel at my home in Hemlock Michigan where I teach obedience and K9 training I am very much looking forward to learning more about the history of the Lipan Apache I have enjoyed meeting some of you already Sincerely Joaquin Guerrero Michigan and Rookie Guardians of the Night is available from Ingram Baker and Taylor Amazon and fine booksellers everywhere MICHIGAN AND ROOKIE GUARDIANS OF THE NIGHT By Joaquin Guerrero As told to Barbara Marshak Publisher Beaverâ s Pond Press Minneapolis Release Date August 2011 Nonprofit Proceeds go to Precinct 131 a multifaceted ministry based in Saginaw Michigan â A story of goodheartedness and faith â Book Summary Itâ s been said there is no bond greater than between a K9 handler and his partner In Saginaw Michiganâ a city plagued with gang violenceâ Officer Joaquin Guerrero sensed Godâ s call to work the dangerous night streets with his K9 partner a ninety pound German shepherd police dog named Rookie With Rookie as his mascot Joaquin created Precinct 131 an educational program to keep kids from turning to gangs On 9 11 Joaquin and Rookie responded to Ground Zero to help in the search efforts For seven long days the pair worked â The Pileâ with a never give up spirit Michigan and Rookie Guardians of the Night is a remarkable story of service to community and country Precinct 131 Guerrero created Precinct 131 as an educational program for pre DARE kids to say â No â to the gangs guns drugs and violence so prevalent in Saginaw What began as a short K9 demo in elementary classrooms blossomed into a multifaceted ministry that has reached tens of thousands Since its inception Guerrero has made thousands of public appearances with his dogs at schools and community events from single classrooms and Vacation Bible Schools to high school assemblies and graduating classes at the police academy Precinct 131 has participated in every kind of charitable function from Shop with a SWAT HERO taking underprivileged kids Christmas shopping to collecting supplies for victims of Hurricane Katrina to the Blessings of the Badges One outreach of Precinct 131 is a Bible program Joaquin created called Project Guardian Angel Whenever an officer or fire fighter or serviceman has been through a really tough situation Joaquin gives them a special Bible designed specifically to fit their career police officers fire fighters and all five branches of the military Joaquin has handed out personally embossed Bibles to all the members of his own police department and many more to neighboring jurisdictions giving out over 400 Bibles since its inception Joaquin feels with their own name embossed on the cover they are more likely to keepâ and useâ

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