American Legion

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American Legion
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316 Lake St
Elmira, NY 14901
(607) 733-0499

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RT @JClink_AmLegion: Here @WhiteHouse w/@AmericanLegion National Cmmndr Charles E. Schmidt & @LegioninDC staff for @realDonaldTrump VA bill…


Legion @hiringourheroes #veteran #military #milspouse job fair 1030am-5pm today, Los Angeles. Workshop 915am. ow.ly/Jnq630cPVW5


RT @HenryHoward: ‘Daddy, it sure is good to be home again.' @AmericanLegion post returns single dad and disabled son to their home. https:/…


@LeoShane 1989 - Achieved Cabinet-level status. Legion fought hard for change, arguing that veterans deserve repres twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Via @DispatchAlerts: Remains of #WWII soldier returned to Ohio after 74 years. ow.ly/sMpr30cPVlz

“Boys State and Boys Nation are where you can make peers that will last a lifetime," he said. “It’s a place where fun and politics come together." Read more: https://www.legion.org/boysnation/237732/its-place-where-fun-and-politics-come-together.

The monument at Victory Memorial Grove in Elysian Park near Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles had nearly been forgotten. Inspired by the 100 Cities 100 Memorials project of the Pritzker Military Museum and Library and the United States World War One Centennial Commission, American Legion members have helped restore it and refresh the area’s memory, or initial understanding, of what it meant.
Legionnaires join nationwide effort to refresh America’s memory of Great War sacrifices.

The Legion's Verna Jones: “The GI Bill is not something The American Legion did. It is something The American Legion does.”
Connections made between the original measure and today’s post-9/11 veterans benefits packages.

National Commander Schmidt: "It’s important for us to document all the great things that posts are doing in their communities so that we can get a better handle on our leadership nationwide. If we only receive two-thirds, it skews the reporting we do as a national organization."
National Commander Schmidt: It’s important for us to document all the great things that posts are doing in their communities.

Andrew Smith had a Father’s Day he’ll remember for quite some time, thanks to American Legion Post 171 in Cripple Creek, Colo. The post led an ambitious effort to return Smith, a disabled Marine veteran and single dad of an 8-year-old special needs child, to his home after mold and other problems made it uninhabitable. Read more: https://www.legion.org/membership/237861/post-renovates-home-veteran-and-his-disabled-son.