2015 Conference: Commander’s Message
Greetings FORUMEERS, WOMEN, YOUTH, FAMILY, and FRIENDS: Congratulations State Office for hosting a fabulous 67th Annual State Conference of the American GI Forum of Texas, Inc. held at our Texas capitol city of Austin. A BIG THANKS !! to Gil and Lupe for our Conference coordinators. Everything was PERFECT!! More> Photos>
2015 American GI Forum of Texas, Inc. Conference is now History
American GI Forum of Texas, Inc. Report: AUSTIN, Texas – The State Commander and officers have declared a successful 2015 Conference at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Austin. With this we report to all that the conference was indeed a success. Good Attendance, Speakers were all enlightening, informative, entertaining and enjoyable; the hotel managers were helpful attentive and staff performed well. Lupe Rodriguez, Finance Chair and Gil Rodriguez, Conference Chair informed us that the entire conference did well, see photos here and the Committee did an excellent job of coordinating this event. Read More>
Antonio ‘Tony’ Gil Morales Honored at American GI Forum of Texas, Inc. Conference
American GI Forum of Texas Report: AUSTIN, Texas Tony Morales has devoted much of his adult life to this organization. He has served in many capacities–as member officer and mentor since 1961. Tony is a Cold War Veteran, served in the Air Force. After being honorably discharged and along with other early Mexican-American Veteran leaders was a trailblazer of the Mexican-American Veteran Civil Right’s Movement. First in Texas and later Nationally. More>
State Commander Vazquez Contes:
AGIF National Mid-year in Colorado Springs, March, 2016
American GI Forum of Texas Report: Colorado Springs, CO–The American GI Forum of the U.S and the American GI Forum of Colorado extends a cordial invitation to all members, their families and friends, throughout the nation to the 2016 National Mid-Year Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado also known as the Rocky Mountain State.
The 2016 AGIF National Mid-Year conference will convene to discuss issues, set policies and execute programs to enhance our awareness of military issues that is crucial to our nation and our veterans across the country. More>
U.S. Army Birthday!
The U.S. Army celebrated its 240th birthday June 14. Take a moment to recognize the past 240 years of service of the soldiers, families and civilians who committed to serve the United States