Let your SAL adjutant know

As we come to the end of another administrative year for the national organization, we still have many unanswered questions. Have we reached our true potential in what we are capable of doing this past year? Did I report to my squadron the hours, time and donations that I gave to assist my community and the veterans of our great country? Did my squadron, district or detachment adjutant let everyone know what we accomplished as a group?

At the end of this month, we will find out how well we preformed in the last year. At National Convention the Sons of The American Legion chairman will announce the totals of our efforts from the Consolidated Report Forms that were transmitted to National Headquarters. These numbers are also reported to Congress.

It is my belief that every member does something that could be recorded in an area of the Consolidated Report Form. My challenge to you this year is to make your adjutant, at all levels of our organization, do his job and send in a report. Now is the time to start for the 2013 National Convention. We should all be proud possessors of a priceless heritage and proudly proclaim what we do for our veterans, our communities, our state and our nation. Be proud; let your adjutant know!


  1. After being the adjutant of my squadron from the beginning, 20 years so far, I finally attended my first "Legion College". I was very pleased with the information I was able to absorb. Thankfully I was already somewhat knowledgeable to a certain extent but the college opened my eyes to many things that I didn't know. Now that I've attended my first one I look forward to being able to attend future college courses. I would also like to thank the instructors for their efforts to put forth a very informative class.
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