American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Halls & Auditoriums category in Ontario, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Legion which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Legion on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

Contact information for American Legion is:
310 W Emporia St
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 984-3811

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American Legion has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that American Legion has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Ontario, California is 38 and in the category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion 7/ ...The American Legion relies on the judgment of the senior leadership of the military. Charles E. Sch…


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion 6/ personnel, regardless of gender or age, should be held to a single standard. Should that standard becom…


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion 5/ adverse effect on readiness, and nothing else. Furthermore, we believe that the mental and physical qual…


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion 4/ Any requirement that disqualifies an able-bodied person from serving in our armed forces should be based…


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion 3/ the strongest military possible and every aspect of service should be aimed at maximum readiness to fulf…

National Commander Charles Schmidt issued the following statement following President Trump's announcement that the United States will no longer accept or allow transgender people in the United States military: The American Legion, since its inception in 1919, has stood for the principles of justice, freedom, and democracy, and has abhorred hatred and arbitrary discrimination in any form leveled against any person, group or organization. We also believe in maintaining the strongest military possible and every aspect of service should be aimed at maximum readiness to fulfill the mission. Any requirement that disqualifies an able-bodied person from serving in our armed forces should be based solely upon its proven adverse effect on readiness, and nothing else. Furthermore, we believe that the mental and physical qualifications of all military personnel, regardless of gender or age, should be held to a single standard. Should that standard become questionable, The American Legion relies on the judgment of the senior leadership of the military. Charles E. Schmidt National Commander The American Legion

“… To know that I was elected out of all of them, it makes it even more fulfilling and it makes me even more humble. To know that they’re the best of the best and they elected me to represent them, it just humbles me and I’m so thankful for it." Read more: https://www.legion.org/boysnation/238536/boys-nation-day-5-representing-best-best.

Underway starting today in Indianapolis.
Both events will be held in Indianapolis: Department Service Officers School start July 26; Membership Workshop starts July 28.

The American Legion National Headquarters was live.
The Boys Nation President and Vice-President are sworn into office.

The American Legion National Headquarters was live.
The 2017 American Legion Boys Nation delegation votes for their president.