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Administrative Operations


More T an Bricks and Mortar American Legion Past National Commander John H. Geiger, who passed away in January 2011,


was instrumental in the design and construction of the organization’s facility at historic Fort Benjamin Harrison in eastern Indianapolis. Now that facility bears his name. T e John H. Geiger Operations Center was refurbished and renamed last year, in honor of the


man described as the “fi ſt h pillar of T e American Legion.” T e center is home to Emblem Sales, Fundraising, Information Technology and Membership Support Services. It processes charitable contributions, maintains the membership database, markets American Legion products and manages all large-volume mailings from National Headquarters. T e Washington offi ce on K Street in the nation’s capital, two blocks from the White House, is


home to divisions that frequently work with the federal government and national media. T ey include Economic, Legislative, Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation and National Security/Foreign Relations. T e American Legion National Headquarters offi ce, in downtown Indianapolis, is the heart of the


organization, with its historic National Executive Commit ee Room, T e American Legion Magazine, Public Relations, Americanism, Children & Youth, Finance, Convention, Internal Affairs, Human Resources, Maintenance, Document Processing and Library.


 The American Legion National Headquarters 700 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 630-1200


P.O. Box 1055 Indianapolis, IN 46206


 The American Legion Washington Offi ce 1608 K Street NW Washington, DC 20006 (202) 861-2700


 John H. Geiger Operations Center 5745 Lee Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 860-3100


40 T e American Legion Annual Report | 2012


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