www.nylegionpost90@yahoo.com       

Copyright@August, 2016  Updated 09-04-2018

Mission & Purpose
The American Legion, the nation’s largest wartime veterans
organization, is devoted to mutual helpfulness, and is committed
to: The Four Pillars of The American Legion

1. Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation:
2. National Security
3. Americanism
4. Children & Youth

The Legion was chartered and incorporated by
Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to
mutual helpfulness.
The American Legion Is dedicated to a single
purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with
respect and dignity.

We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans andtheir families
can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting
for the interests of America’s injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and
educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of
veterans transitioning back to civilian life.
WHAT MAKES OUR POST UNIQUE:
We are a post with a beautiful building, we
support the Boy Scouts, we have scholarships,  sponsor  Boys
State, and promote Americanism . We participate in several
military ceremonies.  In short, we are a small post with a big
agenda.

It is an incredible challenge to keep every Legionnaire up to date
and informed on the issues that affect every one of us .  
Learn to
use this website and increase the exchange of information
between Post and legionnaires.

Of  course, we know veterans will be using these pages to see
what we are up to,  and might contact us to  join our Post.

We ask every veteran to explore these pages and let us know
what you find   good, bad, or missing - so we can make this a site
a place you could go to regularly for information and would want
to refer others proudly.

Feel free to drop by  to any of our meetings,

          189 Prospect Avenue,
Mamaroneck, New York 10543, NY  
on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 1900 Hours
          Write or E-Mail us:




               American Legion
            Mamaroneck Post 90
                    P.O. Box 90
       Mamaroneck, New York 10543
                alpost90@aol.com



Copyright@September 2016     

Copyright@August, 2016  Updated 09-04-2018
The American Legion, approved by an act of
congress, is a   social and armed forces. The organization
was founded in 1919 by veterans returning from Europe after
World War I,.. The group has nearly 3 million members in
over 14,000 Posts worldwide.

A Post is the basic unit of the American Legion and
usually represents a small geographic area such as a single
town or part of a county.

A Post is used for formal business such as meetings and  
a coordination point for community service projects.  A Post
member is distinguished by a navy blue garrison cap with
gold piping.

NY Legion Post 50 of Pelham, New York,
Westchester County
was established in  October 1923 ,  
dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead
high-quality lives with respect and dignity.We accomplish this
by ensuring that veterans and their   families,  can access the
full range of benefits available

WHAT MAKES OUR POST UNIQUE:
We are a small post, we do not even have a building, and yet
we support a Boy Scout Troop  (1), we have scholarships,
sponsor  Boys State, and promote Americanism . We
participate in several military ceremony. In short, we are a
little post with a big agenda.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WEB SITES

click on links
Veterans' Programs and Services:

The Judiciary Branch - The United State Supreme Court: judiciary & U. S.
Courts:                                           
    www.uscourts.gov

Department of Veterans Affairs:                  www.va.gov
Disabled American Veterans:                       www.dav.org

Branches of the Federal Government:

The Executive Branch - The White House:
 www.whitehouse.gov

The Legislative Branch - The United States Senate: www.senate.gov

The Legislative Branch - The United States House Of
Representatives:                                        
  www.house.gov

Military Branches:

The Pentagon:              
   www.defenselink.mil/pubs/pentagon
The United States Army:                            www.army.mil
The United States Navy:                             www.navy.mil
The United States Marine Corps:                www.usmc.mil
The United States Air Force:                       www.af.mil
The United States Coast Guard:                 www.uscg.mil
The American Merchant Marines:               www.usmm.org

Military Academies:

United State Military Academy:                
  www.usma.edu
United States Naval Academy:                   www.nadn.navy.mil
United States Merchant Marine Academy: www.usmma.edu
United States Coast Guard Academy:        www.cga.edu
United States Air Force Academy:             www.usafa.af.mil
United States Air Force ROTC:                   www.afoats.af.mil

General / Misc Resources:

Federal Executive Branch Resources:
www.loc.gov/global/executive/fed.htm
Federal Judiciary Branch Resources:          www.uscourts.gov

Memorial and Tribute Web Sites / Military Memorials:

Korean War Veterans Memorial:
 www.nps.gov/kowa
Vietnam Veterans Memorial:        www.nps.gov/vive/index.htm
National World War II Memorial:  www.wwiimemorial.comArizona
Memorial Museum Association     www.nps.gov/usar
United State Air Force Museum:  www.wpafb.af.mil/museum
Arlington National Cemetery:       www.arlingtoncemetery.org
American Memorial Park:             www.nps.gov/amme/main.htm


Atlanta VA Medical Center

www.atlanta.va.gov
www.va.gov/opa/publications/benefits_book.asp