Welcome to the Department of Wisconsin’s CAMO page!!   What is CAMO? CAMO is Community Activities and Mobilization Objective, a Department initiative to encourage post engagement within our communities via increased participation in events and activities.  The goal is to have VFW posts across Wisconsin to return to our roots as a central part of our communities, to be an active and regular presence in our hometowns, and to provide an example of civic engagement for other citizens and youth to strive towards.   

CAMO activities are a requirement for All State submissions.  Online reporting to Department for CAMO activities will fall under the following program categories;  Safety, Community Activities, Citizen Education, Scouting, and Youth Activities.  Please familiarize yourself with those specific programs via the below program manuals.  



Manuals for Post and District Program Chairs:  

Community Activities & Citizen Education

Safety and Public Servant Recognition

Youth Activities & Scouting


 Some links to programs for Posts to look into: 

VFW in the Classroom

VFW Scout of the Year

VA Volunteer Service

UW MIA Recovery & Identification Project

Vietnam War Commemorative Partner Program

Wisconsin USO

Wisconsin Adopt A Highway Cleanup program 

Wreaths Across America

Camp American Legion:   A place for Veterans and their families to unwind and relax, run by our Comrade organization, the American Legion Dept of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Honor Flight organizations

Vets Roll

Bett's Vets 

Empowered Dream Hunts:   One of many organizations that works to provide a high quality hunting experience to disabled hunters across Wisconsin


To request Department leadership representation at your event, submit this Request form to Dept HQ. 

For more information or to share CAMO related activity information, contact the State CAMO Chair (Jason Janecek, Post 690) at 715-274-2803 or email . You may also contact the following CAMO representatives: 

Steve Eisenhauer   

Christina Flanagan   

Henry McKenna (Scouting)

Check out the mobile app for veteran services courtesy of Center for Veterans Issues.