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Members of well-known veterans service organizations met at Legion Post 24 in Alexandria, Va., on Dec. 19, to meet, greet and form alliances. MORE HEADLINES »

A Culture of Growth
The American Legion is only as strong as its membership base. The more devoted members it has, the better the organization can advocate for veterans and serve the military community which has given so much to our country. Thank you for your support of The American Legion and your dedication to help us reach an all-time high in membership for The American Legion’s Centennial Celebration in 2019.
During the 2014-2015 membership year, National Commander Mike Helm will award his "Stay on Course" fundraising pin to any individual who donates $100 or more.
During the 2014-2015 membership year, National Commander Mike Helm will award his National Commander Pin to any American Legion Family member who obtains three new members or renews five members into The American Legion.
To qualify for the Post Excellence Award, a post is required to achieve excellence in four areas: membership, youth activities, community service and support to currently serving troops or veterans.
During the 2014-2015 membership year, National Commander Mike Helm will award his National Commander Honor Ribbon to any American Legion Family that achieves 100 percent membership by June 30, 2015.
Legionnaires who recruit 50 or more new members into The American Legion by the May target date will qualify for enrollment in The American Legion’s elite Gold Brigade.

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