American Legion

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American Legion
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1201 4th Ave SW
Bessemer, AL 35022
(205) 424-0834

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Via @LeoShane - This week in Congress: #NDAA, defense appropriations take center stage. ow.ly/7Gsz30cTlbN


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Something we’ve fought for): Tillis bill could streamline process for troops/#veterans to get CD ow.ly/E6IU30cTkSl


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”My country … right or wrong, my country.” A Legionnaire’s battle from an American internment camp ow.ly/jSc830cTkmu

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.

Anyone with information on Ely or his family may contact Van Eyck at mfvaneyck@gmail.com.
Manuel Frank Van Eyck wants to return the dogs tags to the family of Joseph R. Ely.

“I think that's what people like to hear – that we're still out there serving our country.” Read more about Laurel Clewell, this month's "I Am The American Legion: https://www.legion.org/magazine/237488/i-am-american-legion-laurel-clewell.

“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.