Any male descendant of a member of the American Legion or of a veteran who has died (includes parent or grandparent) is eligibile to join the Son's of the American Legion.(this includes stepson & adopted son).
For Help Obtaining Military Records or to Prove Eligibility, please, Visit the
Son's of the American Legion Membership, Determining your Eligibility at
The National Son's Website then click membership and/or go to
"The National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records"
Request copies of Military Personnel Records at (click on link below)
Please, note - go to bottom of screen and click request military records, then input data on form with as much information as possible. Print completed form, sign, then Mail or Fax as indicated. (address &/or fax telephone number listed)
Mohegan Sun Casino Tripon Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 11:00AM till 8:00PM at $25 per person. Full payment is required to reserve your seat. Cutoff date is Friday, October 18, 2013. Advance reservation is required due to Limited Availability. Bus leaves and returns from the American Legion Parking Lot. Price includes round trip bus, $10 bet voucher, $15 food voucher (extra fee may apply per casino). For more Information, call Ken Lailer at 781-447-2940, American Legion at 781-447-5253, or Click Highlighted Link CASINO TRIP . Print form, fill it out then mail or drop off at the American Legion Post (33 Legion Pkwy)
NEXT TRIP - Scheduled for Saturday, March 29, 2014
Officers 2012 - 2013
Commander – John Coughlin
Vice Commander – Donnie Westhaver
Jr Vice Commander – Tony Marcucella
Adjutant – Scott Martello
Finance Officer – Ken Lailer
Sergeant at Arms – Joe Marzilli
Historian – Paul Nevins
Advisor – Rick Nutt
Chaplain – Bill Coughlin
State Detachment Adjutant - Cliff Smith
E-Mail: - email@example.com
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All meetings are the Last Wednesday of the Month at 7:00PM,
unless otherwise noted. The following monthly meetings
are scheduled - June 26th, July 31st, August 28th, September 25th, October 30th, November ??, and December ??.
The Correct Way to Display an American Flag
An American flag hung from a pole horizontally or at an angle from a house or building should always have the blue field with stars (otherwise known as the union) at the peak of the staff. The union should always be at the top most point of the flag.
The union should always be on the flag's right (observer's left) when an American flag is displayed vertically or horizontally on a wall. The union should additionally be in the uppermost position. This same placement should be observed when displaying the flag in a window.