American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Associations category in Frankfort, New York. 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 0.

Contact information for American Legion is:
128 S Litchfield St
Frankfort, NY 13340
(315) 894-4700

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After a 50-year hiatus, the DC Legion’s #BoysState program is back for the 2nd straight year ow.ly/cW3O30d3iem


Looking for what #veterans benefits your state may offer? We’ve got a state-by-state listing. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @nikkiwentling: Via @DeptVetAffairs - @SecShulkin's statement on Senate VA Committee advancing appeals modernization bill to Senate floo…


RT @USAgov: Learn how to properly display the American flag before this #FourthOfJuly: bit.ly/2toqcLQ


RT @JClink_AmLegion: Sen. Chris Van Hollen, @LegioninDC asks that you co-sponsor @AmericanLegion Commemorative Coin Bill Act (S. 1182). We'…

To all Legionnaires: you've spent your lives protecting us, now learn how LifeStation Medical Alert can protect you. Visit www.lifestation.com/legion.

“The values you learn are what stuck with me — the independence, the citizenship, the knowledge, the know-how, the resolve, and the sense of community, the sense that all across this nation there are brothers and people that I can stand by and people that I can love and people that I can get to know." Read more about 2016 Boys Nation alum Anighya Crocker: https://www.legion.org/boysnation/237994/countrys-wonderful-hands

It’s a simple reality of hospital care, be it civilian or military: on weekends, there are fewer staff on duty and fewer things for patients to do. A group of American Legion family members from the Department of Delaware wanted to change that for wounded servicemembers.
The Warrior Weekend Program gives wounded veterans and their families a chance to get away from the hospital for a weekend filled with activities.

The American Legion National Headquarters shared a Page.
Today is #PTSD Awareness Day. Help spread the word and raise awareness about PTSD treatments. Join the national conversation at www.facebook.com/VAPTSD. Everyone can contribute. Learn more at the National Center for PTSD web site. #PTSDAwarenessDay
The National Center for PTSD conducts research and provides education on the prevention, understanding and treatment of PTSD.

An absolutely amazing story.
Denied military service due to his Japanese ancestry, Casey Kunimura spent a year in an internment camp before being called to serve in World War II.