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TARGET DATES FOR 2014 – 2015

September 3, 2014 50%   
October 1, 2014 55%
November 5, 2014 65%            
December 3, 2014 75%
January 14, 2015 85%
February 4, 2015 90%             
March 4, 2015 95%
April 1, 2015 98%             
May 6, 2015 100%           

 

The Target dates are set as the First Wednesday of the month and membership must be in the Department Headquarters to count.

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  • Department Headquarters flooded

    Posted on May 26th, 2015

    Office within the Department Headquarters were flooded this weekend due to the large amount of rain received in the Austin area. We are currently relocating some of the office staff within the building, due to the noises of the dryers it is suggested you email us and it is difficult to hear on the phones.



  • Update – Mike Simon, DIA

    Posted on May 22nd, 2015

    UPDATE: Mike has been moved to a rehab facility. He had surgery to repair right ankle and heel, it is expected to be out until the later part of July. DIA Mike Simon was in a major car wreck on Friday, May 22 on his way into work and suffered a broken right wrist, cracked… Read More »



  • 2015 ALR Rally Postponed

    Posted on May 20th, 2015

    Waco Post 121 announced today that due to safety concerns for all American Legion Riders members the 2015 ALR Rally will be postponed until August 21 – 23, 2015. Watch for more details to be provided.



  • ALR Letter from State Commander Sparks

    Posted on May 20th, 2015

    The following letter was sent to all Posts and ALR Chapters within the State of Texas. American Legion Riders: In light of the recent tragic event involving motorcycle clubs in Waco, Texas, I want to remind everyone that The American Legion Riders (ALR) is not a motorcycle club. The ALR consists of motorcycle enthusiasts who… Read More »



  • American Legion says VA must ‘hold true to its mission’

    Posted on March 30th, 2015

    WASHINGTON (March 30, 2015) – The American Legion’s national commander, Michael D. Helm, admonished the Department of Veterans Affairs for eliminating its informal claims process, which has been used in roughly half of all such claims filed by veterans. “VA needs to hold true to its mission, which is to serve America’s veterans and not… Read More »