The Bremer County, Iowa Veteran Quarterly is published by The Bremer County Veterans Affairs Office which provides information and assistance to all Veterans in Applying for Federal, State and Local VA Benefits, as well as referrals to community resources.
They are available as speakers on Veterans Affairs, Federal, State, and County Benefits,as well as bringing a display and resources to community events. Please call the office for information and scheduling.
Bremer County funds emergency assistance to resident Veterans based on need. They provide van rides to VA medical facilities, including Iowa City VA Medical Center, the Waterloo Outpatient Clinic and to the Cedar Rapids Vet Center. If you require travel to another facility, we coordinate with other counties, depending on your needs.
For further information, visit: Bremer County Iowa Veterans Affairs
The Iowa Veterans Cemetery is located 10 miles west of Des Moines, Iowa in Dallas County near the community of Van Meter (Interstate 80, Exit 113). It provides burial benefits for honorably discharged veterans, their spouses, and eligible dependents. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on November 11, 2006. Construction began in late July 2007. The cemetery was dedicated on July 3, 2008 with interments beginning on July 7, 2008.
For further information, visit: Iowa Veterans Cemetery
Online higher education for Veterans:
Click on the link below for a complete database of every major college program of all accredited colleges in the U.S. that offers both full or partial online course options for Veterans who want to pursue their education. We recognize that our heroes want to balance their personal lives which include exploring different educational opportunities.
Iowa's Bravest is based in Waterloo, IA, and was founded in 2003 -the year soldiers went into Iraq.
For further information, visit: IowasBravest.org