2021 Mid-Year Virtual Conference Video Reports

National Commander

Bill Oxford

Boys State Report

 Jay Bowen

Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Runner-up Award

CPR Training Annette Johnson

Legion Riders Report Steve “Lunch Box” Butner

VA&R Report Tom Florez

Department Commander Greg Jackson and Sr VIce Commandeer Chip Kossow present the annual Television Media award to Denver Channel 31 News and anchor Jeremy Hubbard
Commander Greg Jackson and Sr Vice Commander Chip present the annual Radio Station of the Year Award to Montrose

 Commander Greg Jackson

Mid-Year 2021 report

Service Officer Report

Dean Casey

Law Enforcement of the Year Award Winner

C&Y Report Annette Johnson

Trillion  Trees Project

Steve Butner

Baseball Report Daniel Reyez

Department Commander Greg Jackson and Sr VIce Commandeer Chip Kossow present the annual Small Market Newspaper  Media award to Craig Press

Sr Vice Chip Kossow

2021 membership Report

Oratorical Contest Report

Tom Florez

Children’s Organ Transplant Annette Johnson

All Time High Posts 2020-2021

Americanism Report Jay Bowen

Paul Dillard Candidate for National Commander

Sr Vice Commander and National Security Chairman Chip Kossow presents the annual Law Enforcement Officer of the year award to Sgt Larry Morgan of the Colorado Springs Police Department

American Legion Flag Retirement

GI Joe Post 244 in Jeffersontown, Ky., conducted an annual flag retirement ceremony on Saturday, June 13, 2015. Over 14,000 flags were respectfully retired.

Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History.

Attendees of the 97th National Convention in Baltimore can attend a special screenings of this documentary film, directed and produced by award-winning filmmaker Ric Burns. The movie is a tribute to the history of disabled veterans, the documentary features images and archival footage from the Revolutionary War to today’s conflicts in the Middle East, as well as personal stories from disabled veterans. The screening for convention attendees will be on Friday, Aug. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Baltimore Convention Center, Room 310

Medal of Honor Story: Sal Giunta

Published on Jun 25, 2015

Former Army soldier recalls battle that led to him becoming the first living person since the Vietnam War to receive the Medal of Honor.