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Current membership is at 25,077 paid members with a goal of 35,514 members by May 2015. View the updated Department Membership Report dated October 24, 2014.

National Commander Helm Touring Nebraska October 27-29, 2014

The American Legion National Commander, Michael D. Helm, will be touring Nebraska Monday, October 27 - Wednesday, October 29, 2014. On Monday, the official party will first tour the VA Regional Office in Lincoln and then make stops at the Legion Posts in Beatrice and Hebron. On Tuesday, Commander Helm will visit Posts in Red Cloud, Arapahoe, Lebanon and Alma. Wednesday's visit will include Posts in McCook, North Platte, Kearney and York. Legionnaires are asked to stop by any of these posts to visit with Commander Helm.

A Message from the Commander...

Department of Nebraska American Legion Commander Fred Craigie

Welcome to The American Legion, Department of Nebraska website. This website has been designed to be helpful to our members and to provide information for individuals wanting to learn more about The American Legion.

This site contains information on our numerous programs, membership, upcoming meetings, VA claims assistance and more. For non-members, check us out. Find out what The American Legion does for our communities, state and nation. After exploring our website and you feel that The American Legion is an organization that is "right" for you, join a post in your area.

It is hard to believe but several big holidays will be upon us before you can say 2015. Adjutant Dave has already begun some preliminary work for our Mid-Year Conference which is being held January 16-19, 2015 in Norfolk at the Norfolk Lodge. National will be teaching more “LEAD” training topics as they did at our past Mid-Year in Kearney. You can expect to hear much more in the upcoming months - just click on our Meetings page to find out more information. I hope to see lots of new faces in Norfolk. The conference is sure to be informative and fun!

- Commander Fred Craigie