Honor Guard Party at the AMVETS

 At the recent honor guard party, Lyle showed off a holder with a magnifying glass on it, which will be used to help in picking up the rifle shells during funeral presentations.


Wreaths Across America at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery

People wishing to lay wreaths for specific graves they have sponsored may do so from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday (December 19th). The general public may lay wreaths from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Enough wreaths have been sponsored to cover every grave this year -- more than 7,000.



Honoring Veterans - BismarckAMVETS post#9


The Bismarck AMVETS Club is more than a great place for food, drinks, and fun. Your membership, contributions, and in-person social visits, if you can, help support the Honor Guard and many, many other activities the AMVETS provides to the community. Support however you can. Could you imagine a day without them?


Remembering D-Day

June 6, 1944 - The Bismarck AMVETS Post 9 remembers that today is the anniversary of D-Day. . German casualties on D-Day have been estimated at 4,000 to 9,000 men. Allied casualties were documented for at least 10,000, with 4,414 confirmed dead.


Memorial Day 2019

Here are some pictures from this past Memorial Day 2019

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and thanks!


AMVETS Moments 2018

A 15-minute sampling of just some of the activities that the Bismarck AMVETS has been a part of during the past year. Some moments were joyful, some were solemn and respectful with honor, some entertaining, and some moments were characterized by a sense of duty. All moments were honorable. The Bismarck AMVETS welcomes you to be a part of this great legacy. provided by Myron Mosset and Gary Maddock so thank you Myron and Gary!


AMVETS Honoring WWI Veterans

30,000 North Dakotans served in WWI. More than 1,300 of them died.
Members of the Bismarck AMVETS Post #9 honored them at the State Capitol during the Arbor Day commemoration on Friday, May 4th.

Thank you Bismarck AMVETS Honor Guard for all your Dedication and Fine Service


Proceeds to the AMVETS

Industrial Contractors, Inc. (ICI) presenting proceeds from on- course-contests to the Bismarck AMVETS to Commander Jim Nelson