Legion Web Links
There are many web sites for veterans. Click on the links above for more information. If you have a web site you feel would be of benefit veterans, submit it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posts, Districts, and Divisions are encouraged to set up and maintain Web pages and/or Facebook pages promoting The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary, and the Sons of The American Legion, provided they follow a few simple guidelines. Those guidelines are listed below: No individual should maintain a Web Homepage representing any American Legion Post, District, or Department without the knowledge and consent of that Post, District, or Department.
The person who publishes a Homepage on the Internet supporting and/or promoting The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary, or the Sons of The American Legion or any of their programs, is responsible for notifying the Department and National Headquarters of The American Legion in writing of such page’s existence and providing the National Headquarters with the page’s URL.
When using the emblems of The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary, and/or the Sons of The American Legion, they must be used in accordance with the publication The American Legion Name and Emblem Identification System Manual and Style Guide published by the Emblem Sales Division of The American Legion National Headquarters.
All web pages related to The American Legion should contain on the front or home page a direct link to The American Legion Department Headquarters Homepage at www.txlegion.org and the National Headquarters Homepage www.legion.org
Web pages related to The American Legion should not contain any pornographic images, other objectionable material, or links to pages containing such material.
Homepages should contain information pertaining to local, state, or national programs and projects as well as links to pages that give detailed information on the programs, goals, and ideals keeping with the spirit of The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary, and the Sons of The American Legion.
Veterans Resources on the Web
Mesothelioma & Veterans
Mesothelioma Statistics & Facts
Dignity Memorial Program
e-Vets (Internet to programs & Services for Vets)
National Personnel Records Center
Request DD214 (National Personnel Records Center)
Veterans Resource Links
The Legionnaire Insurance Trust
State Government Sites
Texas Veterans Land Board
Texas Veterans Blog
Veterans Employment of Texas
US Government Sites