Typically issued at no additional charge if a discharge form is presented with your application.
Above: The VFW letters stand for "Veteran of Foreign Wars" and preceeded the numbers unlike a regular passenger plate which wore a 111-AAA format. This example would be a 76-86 issue with a 91 renewal decal. (eBay photo)
Above: An 87-99 Veteran plate on a "Map" base. (eBay photo)
Above: Current style Veteran plates use the 100-VAA series.
Above: A "Vanity" Veteran plate, on a Combination base. (in use)
Above: A Handicap-Veteran plate on a Combination base. (in use)
Above: New for 2001, a Submarine "Silent Service" plate. (DMV photo)
Above: Paratrooper plate first seen October of 2001.