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An Oregon Legionnaire has taken to heart the Legion’s call to gather information on memorials, and has expanded it to include those they honor.
Anyone with a flagpole – or a plot of grass – can commemorate the 100th anniversary of the United States’ involvement in World War I, and help get a national monument to the conflict built at the same time.
On Monday, the U.S. Mint unveiled its commemorative silver dollar marking the centennial of American involvement in World War I.
Around half of the 55 Legion departments are known to either offer, or be considering the offer of, commemorative coins.

Legacy Meets Vision

The American Legion Centennial Celebration is not only about honoring the past 100 years of our history, but also preparing to continue our legacy of service. Events and activities at posts all around the world will showcase The American Legion "Still Serving America."

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GET CONNECTED

As an all female post we focus on the welfare of fellow women veterans while supporting the programs of The American Legion.
Post 404, St. Louis, Mo.
We host meet and greet events every month for newly discharged veterans to connect with our local business leaders.
Post 24, Alexandria, Virginia

A moment in time

Which U.S. president did the drum corps from New Hampshire's Post 25 meet in 1929?