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In which Legion department did the American Legion Riders get its start?

Michigan. In 1993, members of Post 396 in Garden City decided to start a post group for motorcycle enthusiasts. From there, it has grown into a thriving member of the Legion family, with more than 100,000 Riders – Legionnaires, Auxiliary members and Sons – meeting in more than 1,000 chapters in every U.S. department and at least three foreign countries.

Click here to read Resolution 32, adopted by the NEC in May 2011 and containing the latest criteria for becoming a member or joining a chapter. And ‘Like’ the National American Legion Riders Facebook page.

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