American Legion

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American Legion
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8500 Fm 3136
Alvarado, TX 76009
(817) 790-0997

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Today, Reps. Phil Roe, M.D. (R-Tenn.) and Tim Walz (D-Minn.), Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, respectively, released the following statements after the House passed Roe and Walz’s resolution to authorize the creation of a commemorative coin in honor of The Am...


RT @ShusontheHill: And just like that, The @AmericanLegion Coin Bill has passed the House! Thanks to @GOPLeader @RepTimWalz and @DrPhilRoe…


@SC_Veterans I did. Our position is we want the research done to find out if it works. Anything you can share w/ ou twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


RT @HouseVetAffairs: House passes @DrPhilRoe, @RepTimWalz resolution authorizing @AmericanLegion centennial coin. Read their statements: ht…


@SC_Veterans 202-861-2700. Our DC office. Please call & tell them why.


@Hmmmmppphhhh @TomiLahren Not in the letter of the code.

National Commander Rohan: "There are many ways to protest, but the national anthem should be our moment to stand together as one UNITED States of America.”
American Legion National commander lamented the politicization of what used to be a display of unity at NFL games and other sporting events throughout the country.

And an amazing effort by Post 67's Legion family members who volunteered at the three-day center.
Dozens of Legion family members and other volunteers put in long hours to serve their fellow veterans during benefits event in North Carolina.

“I’m leaving here today feeling confident I’m going to get the help that I need. If that’s compensation, so be it. But the first thing I want to know is what’s wrong. I want to know what’s going on, because money’s not going to fix that.” Amazing effort by American Legion Post 67 in Cary, N.C.
More than 1,000 veterans receive some sort of assistance during North Carolina Legion post's three-day benefits center.

“The American Legion is family to me; it gives me purpose,” Andrews said. “That feeling I had for my family here, I had the same feeling for that guy in Texas. So I decided to take matters into my own hands to help.”
Members of Hollywood Post 43 drove a truck load of donated goods to Houston Post 560 and other relief centers.