American Legion’s birthday

It’s our duty to “maintain law and order, to foster and perpetuate 100 percent Americanism and to preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in the Great Wars.” You can see these duties carried out when we honor our Law Enforcement Officers of the Year, when we take positions to support our great Constitution and when we teach flag etiquette to young people and sponsor the best youth programs in the country. Honor is not just the way we live our lives but it is the emotion that most Americans feel when they see a Legionnaire wearing our cap and our emblem. We are proud to be veterans.
It is an honor to assist wounded, injured and ill veterans locally and through our Operation Comfort Warriors program. It is an honor to play roles in awarding a veteran with well-deserved benefits earned by military service.
Duty, honor and country are the essence of our service as Legionnaires. They are attributes found among all American military veterans.
You are urged to join an American Legion Post near you. Here, in Fluvanna County, we have Post 2003 and we meet on the third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at 4321 James Madison Hwy in Fork Union.
As the American Legion celebrates its birthday, I urge my fellow veterans to join us. Remember that a strong membership is important to continue supporting our veterans and active military members and to ensure that the promises made for serving our country do not become empty promises.

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