Sons of The American Legion

Detachment of NJ

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Veterans affairs official visits for the Detachment

Veterans affairs official visits for the Detachment

Paramus: Lenny Free with Bergen County SAL
Saturday March 26th, 2016 2:00PM

Menlo Park: Dan Dimmick with Squad #129 and Ocean County.
Sunday March 6th, 2016 2:00PM

Vineland Veterans Home: Joe Korba and Andy Malson and Squad #352
Sunday March 20th, 2016

East Orange VA: Jim Noble, Squad #19 and Hudson County
coming soon

Lyons VA: Lenny Free and Commander Bob Phillips

Veterans Haven North: Jeff Hicks with Burlington County
May 15 (tentative)

Veterans Haven South: Kent Hehl, Squad #281 and Camden County.
End of July
1 time a year for a good time.

For more information, contact VA&R Chairman, Kent Hehl

Past Detachment Commander Receives Four Chaplains Award

For God and Country Service February 7 at 2pm

4 ChaplainsBefore you settle in with family and friends to watch the "big game", please take the opportunity to join the NJ American Legion at Cathedral of the Air in Lakehurst, NJ to remember the selfless acts of four Army chaplains during World War II. The Department of New Jersey's Annual For God and Country Service will take place at 2pm on February 7, 2016. Every year, we pay our respects to, and remember the actions of, these brave men who each made the ultimate sacrifice out of love of their fellow soldiers. All members of the Legion Family are welcome and encouraged to attend. The venue is small, so you should try to arrive early in order to find a seat.

S.A.L. College - April 30th

InformationS.A.L. College has been scheduled for April 30th, 2016. If you are interested in attending and learning more about the organization and its various programs, S.A.L. College is worthwhile to attend. The Basic class will teach you more about the programs and work of the Sons of The American Legion, while the Advanced course teaches you how to be a more effective officer in the organization.

Applications for both courses will be made available soon. Applicants for the Advanced course need to have already attended the Basic course.

Additionally, there are some openings available for S.A.L. members to attend the Legion Basic and Advanced courses. Applicants for these courses must have completed both Basic and Advanced S.A.L. courses, and Legion Advanced applicants must have completed the Basic Legion course. For more information on any of the courses available, please contact S.A.L. College Chairman Kent Hehl.


Currently 7027 of 9651 members for 2016 membership year.

Upcoming Meetings

Upcoming County/Squad Events

  • May 21, 2016
    3rd Annual American Legion Post 194 Car Show
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