THE DEPARTMENT LEGION AND AUXILIARY OFFICES ARE CLOSED TO ALL PERSONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AS THE BUILDING HAS BEEN PUT IN SHUT DOWN
WE CAN STILL RECEIVE CALLS, EMAILS AND REGULAR MAIL.
Department Adjutant Padraic O'Hare - updated 3/26/2020
Americanism and Children & Youth eBulletin (Temp. Finan. Assist. (TFA) procedures and the coronavirus)
The National Commander's Visitation for April 10 - 14, 2020 has been CANCELLED
Resolution 1 was adopted by the Legion NEC on Oct. 16
which amends the Preamble wording from “the Great Wars" to "all wars."
ALL Legion family must change their preamble in accordance with changes stated above.
Can I wear my American Legion cap to a political event? NO!
The American Legion cap is considered the official legion uniform
(see p. 40 of 2018 Officer's Guide).
If attending a political event, The American Legion cap, or any clothing with
The American Legion emblem visible, must be removed so as not to imply any
endorsement by The American Legion.
Generic Post Constitution and Bylaws (Word Template)
Det. Commander's Project
Mike Pollitt, Department Chaplain