One of a kind

Very first Legion national convention's memorabilia, from founder of Post 64.

First Annual Hog Roast/Corn Boil

A thank-you to all who support The American Legion and a membership drive all wrapped up into one event.

Fair winds and following seas

A note of passing.

Legacy

Pvt. John Howard Strain and the Alhambra American Legion's WWI legacy.

Legionnaire making a difference through prosthetic devices

Specializing in facial prosthesis for conditions resulting from trauma, disease and congenital defects such as cancer and microtia. With a prosthetic device the quality of life increases dramatically. Faith in life is restored. A person can return to society, no longer embarrassed by the stares and unwanted attention produced by a physical deficiency. Prostheses provide great psychological benefits in the mental and physical rehabilitation stages. It also serves as a medial necessity and restores self-esteem.

CAPT, CHC, USN (ret.)

As I watched her approach, my pulse quickened. In my mind, I recited what I would say to her.

Air Force Master Sgt. Clyde Moore served three separate tours of duty in Vietnam

"I was a member of the Untied States Air Force for 24 years, 4 months, and 29 days. I served in the U.S. and overseas at twenty different permanent duty stations which was quite rare. I retired from the United States Air Force Accounting and Finance Center Denver, Colorado in 1978 with the rank of Master Sergeant."

American Legion Muhlenberg Post 199 installs new officers

Second female commander in 38 years.

A tribute to my friend, Wayne Nichols, WWII Navy hero

I want to tell you about my friend Wayne Nichols, a WWII hero. Wayne was just 17 when the landing craft he was on, along with a contingent of over 200 Marines, was involved in the battle for Iwo Jima.

He Was a Good Teammate

One basketball player (Army 1st Lt. Werner Brown), who was killed in Vietnam in 1968. A picture of him with his high school teammates, also all veterans of the Vietnam War, depicts and describes what it was like for teammates getting bad news from home while serving in the military.

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