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The Veterans Office

Muscogee Creek Nation Veterans Association


Muscogee warriors, throughout our history, have fought against the United States of America, fought for the United States of America and since World War I have fought with our United States of America. From the trenches of European battlefields, jungles in the Pacific and the desert sands of the Middle East our Mvskoke warriors are commemorated within the halls of their home at the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Complex.

Furthermore, we continually build and display inside, and outside, the veterans building/museum a lasting reminder of the sacrifices and contributions of Muscogee veterans. All funding for the Muscogee (Creek) Veterans Affairs department and construction of the special building was approved in early 2006 by our Tribe’s National Council.

The construction of the building was completed in 2007, and the Veterans Affairs Services Office (VASO) was occupied on the 14th of September, 2007.

Our mission is to ensure veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families receive entitled benefits as a result of service in the military.


The VASO Seal

The Muscogee Veterans Seal was conceived and created in May 2008 to be a symbolic crest representing the history of Muscogee warriors throughout the ages. Our seal stands as a testament to our warriors who have served and continue to serve in all branches of the United States military.

Our Heroic Warriors

Ernest Childers

Ernest Childers was the first, and thus far the only, Muscogee veteran to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. Childers’ heroic actions came as a young soldier in World War II.

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty in action, Second Lieutenant Ernest Childers was awarded the Medal of Honor on 8 April 1944.