Department Commander David Stein and Dept Vice-Commander Frank Hillyard after laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns
Virginia American Legion License Plate Project
Virginia American Legion License Plate Project Paid Standings 07022016
Brett Reistad of the VA ALegion and Medal of Honor Recipient, Ryan Pitts share a laugh before presenting Challenge Coins to The Caisson Platoon at the Caisson Stables on the grounds of Fort Myer in VA
2016 Department Oratorical Contest Contestants with Legion Family Leadership
National Cdr Barnett and Dept Cdr Chapman at the 2016 Department of Virginia Spring Conference Walk for Veterans
Preparing for the start of the 2016 Department of Virginia Spring Conference Walk for Veterans at Virginia Beach
2016 Post 327 Law and Order Night Picture
2016 Day on the Hill Virginia Legionnaires with Governor McAuliffe
2015 Veterans Day Department Commander Chapman NEC Saunders 17th District Vice-Commander Eidsvoog Get Ready to lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at ANC
Great photo from the 1946 Boys State session which Harriet Williams found in the July 14, 1946 edition of The Techgram, An Informed Virginia Tech Alumni.


The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual help and community service organization. It has a worldwide membership of 2.8 million.
The Department of Virginia is comprised of 222 posts divided into 17 Districts. Currently we have over 59,000 members.

The Department Headquarters office is located in Richmond, VA


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