Veterans from all eras are reacting to the events in Afghanistan, such as the U.S withdrawal and the takeover by the Taliban. You are not alone. Veterans may question the meaning of their service or whether it was worth the sacrifices they made. They may feel more moral distress about experiences they had during their service. It’s normal to feel this way. Talk with your friends and families, reach out to battle buddies, connect with a peer-to-peer network, or sign up for mental health services. Scroll down for a list common reactions and coping advice.
The next meeting of the Muskego American Legion Post 356 will be Thursday January 13th, 2022 at 7:00 pm at the Muskego Moose Lodge.
Auxiliary Next Meeting
The next meeting of the Muskego American Legion Post 356 Auxiliary will be Thursday January 13th , 2020 at 7:00 pm at the Muskego Library.
Renew Legion membership online
Legion Online renewals hugely popular in first year.
In 2011, The American Legion began a new era of member engagement and outreach by introducing online renewals. More than 145,000 renewed their memberships online, and as estimated 180,000 online renewals are expected during the current membership year, which begins July 1.
Renewing your Legion membership online is quick and easy. Using a credit card, you can pay dues immediately and get a printable temporary membership card that you can use until your post issues you a regular card.
The Legion places a high priority on online security.
Personal information for membership renewal or any other transaction at Legion.org is kept safe.
Go to http://www.register.legion.org and update your contact information. By entering your email address, you can stay connected to Legion news, programs and events. Even nonmembers are welcome to register email addressed to stay in touch.
Then enter http://www.legion.org/renew