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The American Legion National Headquarters

700 N. Pennsylvania St
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Phone: (317) 630-1200
Description: National Headquarters
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American Legion Department of Virginia

1708 Commonwealth Avenue
Richmond, VA 23230
Phone: (207) 873-3229
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American Legion Post 24

George Washington Poost
400 Cameron Street
Alexandria, VA 22313
Phone: (703) 683-5564
Description: Meetings Second Wednesday of Each Month at 8:00 PM
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212 posts Post 2 Petersburg Post 10 Manassas Post 21 Winchester Post 28 Dumfries Post 35 Norfolk Post 39 Williamsburg Post 40 Blackstone Post 41 Berryville Post 48 Phoebus Post 49 Smithfield Post 50 Crewe Post 67 Hampton Post 72 Warrenton Post 74 Charlottesville Post 79 South Hill Post 84 Henrico Post 85 Arlington Post 88 Nansemond Post 90 Beaverdam Post 110 Virginia Beach Post 113 Virginia Beach Post 128 Greene County Post 130 Falls Church Post 144 Highland Springs Post 146 Hopewell Post 149 Dinwiddie Post 150 Sterling Park Post 156 Orange Post 157 Madison Post 159 Chincoteague Post 162 Lorton Post 175 Mechanicsville Post 176 Springfield Post 177 Fairfax Post 180 Vienna Post 184 Herndon Post 186 Midlothian Post 190 Portsmouth Post 201 Powhatan Post 210 Richmond Post 215 Goochland Post 247 Remington Post 270 McLean Post 273 Poquoson Post 280 Chesapeake Post 284 Colonial Heights Post 290 Stafford Post 293 Purcellville Post 320 Spotsylvania Post 327 Norfolk Post 340 East Augusta County Post 354 Bon Air Post 360 Warrenton Post 364 Woodbridge Post 368 Newport News Post 1775 Fort Belvoir Post 1776 Williamsburg Post 1799 Haymarket Post 1976 Annandale Post 2001 Ashburn Post 2003 Fluvanna County

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American Legion Day

When : Always September 16th
The American Legion was granted its federal charter by Congress on this day in 1919. It was established to support and assist veterans returning from World War I. Since then it has grown and supported veterans of all wars, and veterans of peacetime as well.

The American Legion currently has over 3 million member veterans, at more than 14,000 posts worldwide. They provide a social community and mutual aid to all members.
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1. Fisher House Foundation
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2. Thanks USA
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3. Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust
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4. Homes for Our Troops
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5. Puppies Behind Bars
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6. Wounded Warriors Family Support
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8. USO
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9. Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)
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10. Hope for the Warriors
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