We Salute You, Veterans of America

On this Veterans’ Day, Inogen would like to salute all Veterans of Armed Services who have served our country.

Veterans’ Day was originally established as a commemoration of Armistice Day that first signaled the end of World War I. After World War II and the Korean War the national holiday was officially changed to “Veterans’ Day” and would honor American veterans of all wars.

Today Veterans’ Day honors American veterans of armed services and of all wars. It is celebrated every November 11th, and observed on the 12th in years when the 11th falls on a Sunday.

Did You Know?

– Armistice Day celebrated the cessation of hostilities between the Allies and Germany on November 11, 1918, but World War I didn’t officially end until seven months later when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919.

– 11:00am carries special significance on Veteran’s day, since it is the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.

– Veterans’ Day was briefly observed during October in the 1970s, but after much confusion and disagreement, it was returned to November 11th in 1975.

-Facts courtesy of the United States Department of Veteran Affairs. 


Puett W., World War II & Korean War Veteran

Inogen serves veterans requiring medical oxygen by providing them with independence and mobility in everyday life. The Inogen One portable oxygen concentrators provide a single solution, meant for on the go and at home, day and night. They are lightweight and small, and have simple control functions and an easy-to-read LCD display. The Inogen One is covered by Medicare and many private insurances. You may qualify to get a concentrator at little or no additional cost.

“My favorite thing about Inogen is mobility, it is so easy to travel. I can be with my family when I please. I just get my Inogen One and go!” 

Puett W., World War II & Korean War Veteran

Our goal is to help oxygen users reclaim their independence. Whether it’s getting out to a Veterans’ Day ceremony or just coffee with family and friends, lighter and smaller oxygen concentrators let you do what you want, when you want.

8 thoughts on “We Salute You, Veterans of America”

  1. Avatar charles vaden says:

    I am a veteran on full time oxygen, is it possible for me to get the Inogen portable oxygen unit and at home concentrator thru veterans administration since the GSA has a contract with iongen!?
    and what would be my out of pocket cost?

    thank you

  2. Avatar Arthur A MAson says:

    I am a WWII veteran and I am in need of a portable oxygen concentrator. Are there any special programs for this? I do not have private insurance

  3. Avatar Elaine Griffin-Sands says:

    My husband is a veteran on full time oxygen. We need to move to Florida and need a portable oxygen concentrator but can not afford the 2000/5000 out of pocket, we have medicare as well. Can you please help us?

    1. Inogen Inogen says:

      Hi Elaine, We recommend that you work directly with your local VA. They will be able to go over all your options.

  4. Avatar Philip Dunning says:

    I am a 100% disabled vet. I have chronic osteoarthritis, six back surgeries two neck, last February 2016. Washington State has taken us off opioids, So Nov 2, 2017, I will be having a spinal Stimulator placed in my back to reduce pain 80%. I am in a wheelchair now, but after the stimulator has been in awhile, I will be able to walk again. I have COPD, Emphysema and need a light oxy concentrator for walking, shortness of breath and Low oxygen. My 10 lb. oxy tank is just to heavy.

    1. Inogen Inogen says:

      Hi Philip, Inogen thanks you for your service to our country. That's exciting news that after you have your spinal stimulator put in that you should be able to walk again. To determine whether or not an Inogen portable oxygen concentrator is right for you, we encourage you to visit your local VA and ask your primary care doctor about Inogen.

  5. Avatar Michael Mcclatchey says:

    i have a home oxygen concentrator through he VA I was in the Navy I was told to see if you except Wellcare insurance in order for me to be able to get a portable oxygen concentrator, please let me know asap thank you. the VA cannot provide one it is hard traveling with oxygen canesters

    1. Inogen Inogen says:

      Hi Michael,
      Please call us and we can run an eligibility check for you and discuss financing options as well. 1-800-695-7915. Thank you!

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