- WILLIAMS POST 206, Inc.
The American Legion, Department of Maryland
Mailing address: P.O. Box 428, Chesapeake Beach, Maryland 20732
3330 Chesapeake Beach Road
Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
CONTACT THE POST VIA EMAIL
Phone 301.855.6466 ~ 410.257.9878 Fax 410.257.0890
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Legion Department of Maryland Links:
American Legion Department of Maryland Home Page
American Legion National Headquarters Links:
National Headquarters Home Page
National Commander Koutz on
Operation Comfort Warriors (OCW)
Latest American Legion on-line Update
American Legion CareersCenter
The Burn Pit (News, opinion, and discussion on current events of interest to veterans and their families)
OF MARYLAND RESOURCES
The Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs
Maryland Department of Veterans' Affairs is an excellent resource to learn about programs for vets and their families.
VISIT THEIR WEBSITE HERE.
MDVA News and Announcements
Special AnnouncementsCPR CLASS BEING FORMED:
Post 206 is in the planning phases of forming a new CPR class. If anyone is interested, there is a sign-up sheet at the bar, or contact Andy Charland, Post Service Officer via email at email@example.com
Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary
the Vietnam War,
See a Great Vietnam War Commemoration Web Site
History, Stats, and Search the Wall.
Coming March 1st: Sons of The American Legion Southern Maryland District Post 66 Bird & Oyster Roast See the Flyer
General Assembly and Senate
2014 Regular Session bill profile
Information current as of February 14, 2014
MD Veterans Bills Update #6
February 26, 2014
MD Veterans Bills Update #7
March 7, 2014
Maryland Legislative Update #9
March 14, 2014
Maryland Legislative Update #10
March 28, 2014
November 25, 2013
Anyone with a smartphone and a bar code app can scan any Department of Veterans Affairs identification card issued since 2004 and the cardholder's Social Security number immediately pops up on the screen. The Department of Veterans Affairs published warnings about the veterans information cards (VICs) on their website in 2011 and again in July, 2013. The alert states, "Some barcode readers, including those available as applications on cell phones, can scan the bar code on the front of the card, and reveal the veteran's social security number." VA has begun to work on a new type of card, which will not contain a Social Security number. Meanwhile, veterans should treat their current ID cards as just a careful as they do their Social Security card to prevent identity theft.
Russell W. Myers Jr.
Adjutant, The American Legion
Department of Maryland
101 N. Gay St.
Baltimore, Md 21202
(410) 752-1405 (ofc)
(410) 752-3822 (fax)
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