The American Legion Online Update includes timely stories, a poll, video links, and advance notices that relate to veterans affairs, Legion programs and activities, and members of the Armed Forces. The weekly publication also features links to Emblem Sales, and advertisers who provide discounts and special offers to Legionnaires.
The national commander sends out regular e-mail letters, usually twice monthly. The topics focus on important American Legion initiatives and programs, and items of general interest to the veterans community.
The American Legion Flag Alert provides an e-mail notification when the flag of the United States is to be displayed at half-staff. You can sign up for the emails on this page.
To subscribe to the Flag Alert text notifications, follow this simple two-step process. First, text Flag to 534466. You will receive a text asking for a valid email address for the two-step authorization. Once that is complete, you will receive the text alerts.
The Dugout keeps American Legion Baseball coaches informed on registration information, the tournament guide, previous star players, news stories, events, updates and more.
The American Legion Riders Update E-newsletter provides information on the American Legion Legacy Run, including how to register, the route and anything else participants will need to know. The e-newsletter will share information on ALR program updates or changes, as well as links to external media stories about what Legion Rider chapters are doing across the country.
The Digital Dispatch is e-mailed to subscribers monthly and at other times when news warrants. The publication is aimed at department and post leadership. Stories focus on important topics to veterans and military members such as health care, jobs, Capitol Hill action and more. The newsletter also includes links to membership incentive programs and community forums on making posts successful.
Training In The American Legion
The focus of this periodic, Legionnaire-driven circular is to highlight best practices, ideas and creative thinking of Legionnaires throughout The American Legion. It is hoped this newsletter will lead the way to much broader training for Legionnaires wanting to know more, but really wanting to do more. What we know is important but what we do with what we know is crucial.
**These emails are reserved for American Legion and Sons of The American Legion members only. **
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Amateur Radio Club
The monthly American Legion Ham Radio Club e-newsletter provides timely information, resources and more to members.
Sons of The American Legion
The Sons of The American Legion e-newsletter includes news stories, video links and other information related to the program. It is sent out to subscribers every two months.