Pat Alesia, Brigadier General ret. serves as the Commander of the Nassau Counties American Legion and hosts this show. The American Legion was chartered in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization focusing on services to veterans, service members and the community. Its goal is to promote peace, goodwill, and to safeguard & transmit prosperity to the principles of justice, freedom, and democracy.
The reception Vietnam veterans received upon returning home.
Meet Paul Schottenhamel. From CCNY to Vietnam to National Guard to the telephone company to the American Legion.
Roby talks about his combat experience in Vietnam and his reception coming home
Pat tells us all about the 42nd Infantry Division Rainbow Association.
More administrative plans for the Nassau County American Legion in 2022
Commander Pat outlines some American Legion events in 2021
Franks tells us about the UNIFIED VETERAN SERVICE FOUNDATION a guide to help vets through the red tape of the Read more
Korean War, Veterans Food Mart, Veteran Day and much more.
Ralph stands only 5foot 2 but that’s all packed with energy
Al tells of his military experience as a MP and his years in the American Legion.
Speak softly but carry a big MORTAR. Bill’s stories of army life in the early sixties just prior to Nam. Read more
Find out the advantages and benefits of being a member of the American Legion.
Commander Pat Alesia – Commander of Nassau County American Legion lists the various events the Legion is involved in.
Pat, Gerald and Sean discuss the various charities their posts participate in.
Dawn is an Air Force veteran. A member of the American Legion and a member of the Legion Riders riding Read more
The American Legion cycle for charity.
Commander Pat and Col. Hassett discuss the organization of the American Legion and how it benefits both its members and Read more
Learn all about the community activities of one American Legion Post.
The American Legion- what it is and what it does.
The life and times of Commander Pat Alesia of the Nassau County American Legion.