American Legion

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American Legion
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Contact information for American Legion is:
218 E Main St
Manhattan, MT 59741
(406) 284-6138

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Via @ncpr: VA prepares for @PBS #Vietnam documentary; it may trigger some #veterans' #PTSD. shar.es/1VrObf


Pretty sad: Navy SEAL Ryan Owens' dog tags missing from memorial. pjstar.com/news/20170918/…


Want to #BeThere for #Veterans & #Servicemembers during #SuicidePrevention Month? Learn how: veteranscrisisline.net/BeThere.aspx


Via @timesrecordnews: @MacTXPress, @RepRickLarsen file bill to assist rural #veterans get to medical appointments. timesrecordnews.com/story/news/loc…


Legion family: As #HurricaneMaria & #HurricaneJose approach, remember our Natl Emergency Fund is here for you. legion.org/nef

Robert Munson sees the relationship between Benjamin A. Fuller Post 64 in Pittsburg, Kan., and the Student Veterans Organization at Pittsburg State University as a blessing. It’s also a relationship he’d love to see at other Legion posts nationwide.
Pittsburg (Kan.) Post 64 forms 'family' with student veterans at Pittsburg State University.

This is just a great outreach of cooperation between The American Legion Department and local chapters of The American Legion."
After Irma, Florida's Legion family reaching out to help each other, community.

During the 99th National Convention in Reno in August, the American Legion National Executive Committee passed 35 resolutions covering a variety of topics and Legion positions. These resolutions are now available to view in the Legion’s Digital Archive.
A total of 35 resolutions were passed in Reno in August.

“Right now we need to get the basics taken care of; we need to keep people hydrated and nourished,” Department of Florida Commander Steve Shuga said.
First load of donated supplies rolls into Florida to help in aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

The American Legion Department of Florida headquarters sits in one of the neighborhoods in Orlando which was still without power Wednesday night in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Across the state, Legion posts are without power and dealing with damage. But that hasn’t stopped Legion family efforts to lend helping hands.
In hurricane's aftermath, Florida Legion family helping out each other with support from other states.