Flags flying ... Post 145, Islamorada, Fla. - Wounded Warrior 2022
The American Legion was the leading proponent of aviation in America during the late 1920s and 1930s. Its efforts are well documented by postal covers issued to celebrate the airports it created and aeronautical events it sponsored.
Albany (Ore.) Post 10 Memorial Garden.
Local Legion member opens art exhibit
Military Pysanky Eggs Donated to C.H. Berry Post 173 in Honor of My Grandfather Who Served in WWII
Patriotic boy scout
Tribute to our POW/MIA and the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency
American made with American pride! Joseph Freeman Post 476 Legionnaire and prior Navy service member Cara Hartman designed and created this new welcome sign for Post 476 in Wilkesville, Ohio. The new welcome sign was donated to the Joseph Freeman American Legion Post 476 by Cara and her husband, Derek Hartman.
At the conclusion of the National Anthem, a B-2 Spirit (Stealth Bomber) flies over the 106th Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, California.
During WWII (Europe) Russell H. Souders, Sr. served in the artillery with the 9th Army while his brother flew a B-26 Marauder overhead during his advance. They had a chance meeting in Holland right before the Battle of the Bulge.