Share how you walked, ran, cycled or rode a motorcycle for 100 miles to support our nation's veterans and children.
Legionnaires and posts are invited to collect personal anecdotes and local developments about the World War II generation, to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the conflict. Include American Legion membership where applicable.
Tell us how your post is celebrating the Legion's 100th anniversary from now through Veterans Day 2019.
Have multiple generations of your family continued their service at American Legion posts? Share your family's history of Legion leadership.
The American Legion wants your story of basic training. What do you remember most? What’s your fondest memory? What is your worst?
Our sisters in arms have always been part of The American Legion. Share your own story of service, or one of a member or post namesake.
How has your post or district actively recruited new members? Share your tips and successes with others.
Join The American Legion Family's tribute to our flag by posting photos of Old Glory, or sharing what the U.S. flag means to you.
Do you have something special at your post? Share the story and a photo.
Share your story of how the GI Bill influenced your life. Did you use it for college? Vocational training? A business loan? A home loan? What has the GI Bill meant to you?
We thank you for your service, and would like to hear about it. Share your experiences, memories and stories from your time in the armed forces.
Tell us about the honors and achievements given out or received in your community.
Tell us about local memorials or monuments in your community.
Send us a story and photo to tell us what makes your post special.
Does your local post have a museum? We would love to hear about it.
Let us know about the activities and members of your honor guard.
Legionnaires are known for their selfless volunteer work. Tell us about the unsung heroes in your post or department.
Every day Legionnaires quietly help others. Share your stories with us.
SAL members share their stories of their fathers and/or grandfathers who inspired them to their continued service.
Your story is important to The American Legion. You are invited to share your memoir, poem, photo, video, book or link to another site.
Sons of The American Legion members regularly honor the service and sacrifice of Legionnaires. Share how your squadron is fulfilling this obligation.
Stories of positive American Legion connection with the post-9/11 generation, please share your story.
How did your Legion post commemorate Memorial Day? Share your story with us.
Share your experience with The Amateur Radio Club.
Tell us about your experience with American Legion Baseball.
Share your experience participating in Boys State.
Share your experience with The American Legion Riders.