After serving in the military, individuals may experience mental and emotional issues as they seek to adjust to life back home. To help with this adjustment, military social workers assist veterans and their families to work through potential problems that may arise. To learn more, check out the infographic below
Hello Legionnaires, Our site won The Most Outstanding County Website for 2016-2017 at the American Legion Department of New Jersey Convention in Wildwood. Honored to have received this award. For God and Country, Jim Morton
Sunday August 6th 2017 American Legion Riders Poker Run to Support Save A Warrior – Rochelle Park NJ Post 170, Leonia NJ Post 1, Carlstadt NJ Post 69, Franklin NJ Post 132, Wharton NJ Post 91, East Rutherford NJ Post 67, Little Ferry NJ Post 310. BBQ, Bands, Vendors, 50/50.
Pilot Douglas Lee O’Neill and four other crewmen were on a standard resupply mission flying between Da Nang and Quang Tri City on April 5, 1972, in South Vietnam, when their helicopter was shot down. It has been 45 years since we last heard from Douglas. He is the only
Do you know veterans who were fatalities of Bataan-Corregidor or any other experience related to those events? A special honor for all WWII Veterans who will attend the event. Please spread the word. For more information, contact: Jerome Kleiman Office: 845-638-1999 Cell: 845-641-4217 Email: email@example.com Download flyer
NEW YORK SHIPPING ASSOCIATION (NYSA) AND THE INTERNATIONAL LONSHOREMAN’S ASSOCIATION (ILA) DONATE $10,000 FOR HOMELESS VETERANS!
In a continuing partnership to hire and support our veterans, The American Legion’s Department and National Employer of the Year, NYSA, and the ILA donated a total of $10,000 to the Legion’s current Department Project for helping our homeless veterans and their families. These donations were presented at their 2016
Documentary Movie Screening Veteran supporters, get your tickets for the movie screening of “Thank You for Your Service”, hosted by Post 170 Riders member and Save A Warrior Ambassador, James Connors. Movie will be shown one day only – Wednesday, December 7th at 7:30PM Admission is $11. Tickets are limited