For information in meetings or hall rental, call: (707) 678-6503
Our normal monthly meeting is on the first Wednesday of the month at the Veterans Memorial Hall, starting at 7:00 PM.
The American Legion's primary mission is to help American veterans and their families, as well as American children and youth. The United States Veterans Bureau, forerunner of the Veterans Administration (subsequently the Department of Veterans Affairs), was created in 1921 as a result of efforts by the Legion. The American Legion also authored the first draft of the Serviceman's Readjustment Act, popularly known as the GI Bill of Rights, passed by the U.S. Congress in 1944. In addition, the organization continues to press for improved educational and medical benefits for new veterans, and for a complete accounting of all prisoners of war (POWs) and soldiers listed as missing in action (MIAs).
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If you have an old flag that is tattered, faded, or worn, please contact a Legion member about proper disposal for it. We will dispose of it with proper honors. Please do not throw it out with your trash.
The American legion is America's largest veterans organization, nearly 3,000,000 members strong. We're fighting for higher active duty pay, future retired COLA's, better military housing, assistance for veterans in finding jobs, and a superior health care system proposed by the Legion called the G.I. Bill of Health which you and your family can continue to use after separation or retirement. For eligibility requirements and an online applications, visit our membership page.
Information on ordering a legion cap.
Other useful links - state pages, district and California post pages.
Dixon Post 8151 VFW
American Legion Department of California