Proud Member of
Post 202 Commander Chester B Trail Jr and PDC-Adjutant Dick Chatman @ Post 202 Monthly Meeting
The 2016-2017 American Legion Membership Year Begins July 1, 2016. We hope You Take This Opportunity To Join us, either as a New Member or by Transferring from Lansing Holding Post 225 to Our Post. Details on how to proceed can be found by Visiting our Membership Page Click on the "Join Us Today Link Below"
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ALSO Please Be Aware of All The Scammers
Out There Asking For Support of Veterans and
The Charities that spend more on Salaries and
administrative costs than they do on the people
they are supposed to be helping.
Please Visit Our Charity - Donation Fact Sheet
Page to get useful information on Charity Fraud,
and how to make sure your dollars reach the
Veterans they are intended for: Click Below
"The Soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war" - Douglas MacArthur
The Department of Defense notifies VA when service members are released from active duty. Then VA sends a letter with information about VA benefits and assistance to aid transition to civilian life. You can find help with personal and family concerns, and community readjustment issues. There are also toll-free numbers, VA Web sites, and brochures to help you get the information you need.
Toll Free Numbers
Benefits Information 1-800-827-1000
Health Care Eligibility Information 1-877-222-8387
Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you,
Jesus Christ and the American Soldier.
One died for your soul;
the other for your freedom.
(MALPA) 2006-7 Department of Michigan Newsletter Competition Winner
(MALPA) 1st Place Class B Newsletter CAY202 Reporter
(MALPA) 1st Place Class F Newsletter CAY202 Reporter
(MALPA) 2008-9 1st Place Class "C" Best Pen and Ink Coleman A. Young Post #202
(MALPA) 2008-9 3rd Place Class B Newsletter CAY202 Reporter
On behalf of our Post Commander Chester B. Trail Jr. and the members of our post, we want to thank you for visiting our site.
Our Post is part of the Nation’s Largest Veteran’s Service Organization that has been helping veterans and their families since 1919.
Membership in The American Legion is a matter of Pride:
· In Tradition
· In Heritage
· In Accomplishment
· In Serving
· In Belonging
If you are an honorably discharged United States Service Member or Veteran who has served our country honorably, please visit our "Join Us & Membership Pages" to see the reasons you should join our Post.
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Richard I. Chatman “Dick”
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