Complete Consolidated Post Report forms online

The American Legion's Consolidated Post Report (CPR) was established nearly 40 years ago to assist departments in the documentation of activities that a specific post completed during the 12-month (June 1 through May 31) reporting period.

The CPR form can be downloaded here, filled out and submitted by mail. When choosing to submit the paper form, send the original and one copy to your department headquarters by the date they specify; keep the third copy for post records.

Posts can fill out and submit CPR forms online at; the forms are located under "Post and Department" options. After completing the form online, click the "submit" button to send the report to National Headquarters. A copy will automatically be sent to your department headquarters.

Online submission will be available at through July 1, the cutoff for receipt of forms at National Headquarters.

During his speech at the 95th National Convention in Houston, National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger requested assistance from American Legion department commanders in obtaining 100 percent reporting. "Remember, the job is not done until the paperwork is filed."

In effort to increase participation in filling out CPRs, Dellinger instituted the following recognition:

  • Plaque at National Convention for 95 percent to 100 percent reporting.
  • Certificates mailed for those that are over 75 percent reporting and show an increase in their response rate from 2013.





  1. Ms. Troxler, I just found your post today (15Jul16). Jim was a prince of a man and he was and will always be my best friend. And a great soldier. Thanks for the words about his mom. I did my best, but I have always felt I did not do enough. She told me that Jim was her reason for living. She died shortly after telling me that. Ciell (her sister) has also passed away. I have Jim Hawes in my heart and I always will. I have a photo of Jim's grave in Ocilla ... (I believe it is in Ocilla) Georgia. This web site does not allow post of email addresses and hyperlinks. If you call me I will give you the website or simply google "Ocilla GA Cemetary" Enter "James Hawes" Jim an I should have been in the same company in VN, it just did not work out that way. The Army does the best it can for it's soldiers. I live in Cosby, TN at P.O. Box 398 Cosby, TN 37722. My phone number is 423 608 4302.
  2. Any veteran who posts an opinion on the AL website without his full name and where he is from is a disgrace to other veterans. shinseki is a failure just as oboma is a failure just as hillary clinton is a failure just as john kerry .... the beat goes on and on and on. WHO is responsible for 40 veterans deaths? Who is responsible for the 4 American patriots in Benghazi deaths and desecration? Who is responsible for the IRS and the NSA SCANDALS? I WILL TELL YOU WHO ... THE GUY IN CHARGE. These radical, lefty punks desperately pursue career promotion and then want to assign blame anywhere but at their own feet when their brand of self-serving (SELF-SERVING) gutless leadership inevitable fails. oboma! clintonS! kerry! shinseki! Not one of these "maggots" have ever honorably earned a living. John P. McKenzie, Cosby, TN
  3. I'm just looking for the John P. McKenzie who posted on the honor wall for my dear friend Jim. Thank you. He wrote me about the squirrel, but I did not know its connection with his death. I am so very grateful to you for posting the details. He died 50 years ago today. You have helped a lot. And thanks so much for keeping up with Nell. I know that must have meant the world to her. Best regards,
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