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Maj Marty Hogan
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They sure do. The more membership we have, the greater the influence. Maj Marty Hogan
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SSG Tom Pike
SSG Tom Pike
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Agree, Anyone that has served in the last 17 or 18 years qualifies for membership. I talk up the legion whenever I talk to my sons active duty buddies or NCO's. It's a great resource for an active duty person, there is bound to be a Legion post near your base. IIRC there are 12 within 10 miles of my sons base. Our post is near Washington DC and we host B.O.S.S soldiers visiting the nations capital and feed them dinner. If I'm there I walk around the social quarters and take donations for their bar tab. Never had a group drink more than I could collect.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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If I remember correctly, Theodore Roosevelt Jr. is on of the early founders.
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MSgt Dale Johnson
MSgt Dale Johnson
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Interesting, he is one of my favorite Presidents.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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MSgt Dale Johnson it was his son that is one of the forefounders.
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TSgt Joe C.
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Still have membership back in Massachusetts. 10 years next year.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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I'm a member of American Legion Post 208, Millis, MA for over 25 years and served six terms as Post Commander.
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