* IHOP Breakfast on Thursdays at 9:30 AM For details, Bob Wyman 703-298-2686.
* Post Holiday Party: Planning is under way.
Welcome to American Legion Post 1799's website. Veterans are invited to contact the Post Adjutant (see CONTACT page) for joining the American Legion. All visitors interested in contacting Post 1799 are invited to contact the Post Adjutant. We are proud to be in the 16th District of the Department of Virginia.
Apply today to join the American Legion and Post 1799 with this application. Just download! The instructions are on the application. All honorably discharged or still serving US veterans are now eligible.
Post Executive Committee Meeting
21 December 2022:
* 6:30 PM Live Meeting * Masonic Lodge Haymarket
* Post Membership always welcome to EXCOM business meetings.
* Project planning & reports.
1 July 2022 - 30 June 2023. The 2022 American Legion Membership Campaign and Year kicks off 1 July 2022. Current members will receive post card reminders from National Headquarters to renew. Of course, the quickest and best way to renew is to visit the renewal website at: http://www.legion.org/renew You will need your Membership ID# on your Membership Card and a credit card. The 2022 membership fee is $40.00. The National website has an easy option to "Pay Up For Life," including the fee calculator.
You can also pay directly by sending a check ($40) to American Legion, Post 1799 at Amreican Legion Post 1799, ATTN: Adjutant, P.O. Box 1799, Haymarket, Virginia 20168-1799 .
Defenders of the 1st Amendment.
Prior to the start of any official Post meeting, our tradition is to encourage veterans to address any issue. During the official Post meetings, partisan party politics are not encouraged in keeping with American Legion HQ guidance. The American Legion stands for American patriotism - without partisan party rancor at official meetings. Identification as a veteran is expected.
In Virginia, we have elections annually and every Legionnaire is encouraged to vote.
Post Fund-Raising at Walmart. Volunteers should contact Post Finance Officer Buddy Wagner at 703-743-9695 for updates.
Did you know - All honorably discharged veterans, including Reserves, are eligible to register online and shop at the online exchanges the same way customers shop Amazon. The benefit does not include family members. For all the details and how to get started, go to:
Your fellow Legionnaires are enjoying this weekly event so come join us for good comradeship. All Veterans are welcome! Spouses are also welcome!
Eligibility Information for the American Legion
If you have served federal active duty in the United States Armed Forces on or after December 7, 1941, and have been honorably discharged or are still serving - you are eligible for membership in The American Legion!
*Because eligibility dates remain open, all active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces are eligible to join The American Legion at this time, until the date of the end of hostilities as determined by the government of the United States.
**U.S. Merchant Marine eligible only from December 7, 1941 to December 31, 1946 (WWII).
God Bless America and all who defend her!
Have you seen the new official American Legion logo? You will see more of it everywhere.
The American Legion values its independence and effectiveness on veterans' issues. This stance is best maintained by neutrality on all individual candidates or political parties. The American Legion, by legal definition, is non-partisan and supports "or opposes as necessary" only issues which impact the Four Pillars.
Saturday, 5 November was the Manassas Veterans Day Parade
Post 1799 participated in the parade, including walkers and two special convertible cars. It was a great opportunity to make new friends too!
American Legion Post 1799 honored Legionnaire Edward B. Kuranda with the "Post Everlasting" ceremony on 19 November 2022.
Edward was known as Kurt by all who knew and loved him. With 37 years of federal service, including National Guard and United States Marine Corps, Kurt, was a patriot, a family man, and an outstanding America. He had 29 years of continuous active service in the Legion.