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In order that we may serve our membership in a more expeditious manner when time sensitive issues require an immediate response, we have set up an email account.  We ask that all members who have email addresses send them to the post adjutant at Your email address will only be used for Post business and not for any other purpose, i.e. SPAM, etc.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Welcome to our American Legion Post 122 website. Post 122 has a rich tradition of supporting veterans, soon to be veterans, their families, as well as our local community.

We invite you to explore our site for information, assistance, support, opportunities, facilities, recreation and entertainment.

For those without internet access and or printers, we have attempted to provide an array of information, at our post. to assist with Veteran/Military matters. Forms and instructions for most requested issues are on file and provided by our Legion representative (Duty Officer)

                                   Our Post Highlights

We have a relatively new facility, with  state of the art food and beverage service in conjunction with an available rental hall. Handicap parking and building access, including a covered  drop off and pick up provision is available.

Our Hall is available for rental. It can accommodate a small basic meeting event to a large catered affair.  For details, call  Sharon at  636-456-2333.  Our food and beverage area is called the Beachead Pub and Grill and is open daily. Check out our webpage for details on daily specials and opening and closing times. There are  food and drink specials daily, with extra consideration for troops in uniform, veterans and our members'

We provide activities and entertainment ongoing, weekly, monthly, and, of course,   special occasions.

          Meat Sho0t 
          Events, Celebrations
          Conceal Carry Classes on Site        314-304-1150  
          Many others    

Continually changing and improving:  For the latest and greatest, see our events/activities page or call our post duty officer  at 636-456-2333.
Ambulatory equipment available on loan basis---------------636-456-2333

As always, there are numerous opportunities available for everyone to participate in the American Legion mission.



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VA Issues Fraud Alert

Week of December 02, 2013

Veterans should be aware of a marketing scam targeting callers trying to reach the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) National Call Center or GI Bill Call Center. A marketing company has established two fraudulent numbers that differ from the two official VA call center numbers by one digit. If the fraudulent number is dialed by mistake, the answering party will offer a gift card and try to obtain personal and financial information, including credit card information, from the caller. The answering party may even transfer the caller to the VA after the caller's information is obtained. The numbers to be avoided are: 800-872-1000 (the VA National Call Center number is 800-827-1000) and 888-442-4511 (the VA GI Bill Call Center number is 888-442-4551). VA has notified law enforcement authorities to address this situation.

For more guides and tips on personal finance and avoiding scams, visit the Money Center.

If You need a copy of your DD 214 you can call 
1-888-526-6664 to request a copy

Military Funeral Honors

The rendering of Military Funeral Honors for an eligible veteran, free of charge, is mandated by law. An honor guard detail for the burial of an eligible veteran shall consist of not less than two members of the Armed Forces. One member of the detail shall be a representative of the parent Service of the deceased veteran. The honor detail will, at a minimum, perform a ceremony that includes the folding and presenting of the American flag to the next of kin and the playing of Taps. When available taps will be played by a bugler, however there are so few buglers available that the military services may choose to provide an electronic recording of taps. The veteranA?s parent Service representative will present the flag.

Funeral Honors Eligibility

  • Military members on active duty or in the Selected Reserve.
  • Former military members who served on active duty and departed under conditions other than dishonorable.
  • Former military members who completed at least one term of enlistment or period of initial obligated service in the Selected Reserve and departed under conditions other than dishonorable.
  • Former military members discharged from the Selected Reserve due to a disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty.

Verifying Eligibility

The preferred method for verifying eligibility is the DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty. If the DD Form 214 is not available, any discharge document showing other than dishonorable service can be used. The DD Form 214 may be obtained by filling out a Standard Form 180 and sending it to:

National Personnel Records Center(NPRC)
9700 Page Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63132

The Standard Form 180 may be obtained from the National Records Center or via the Internet at:  

Requesting Military Funeral Honors

Families of eligible veterans request funeral honors through their funeral director. The funeral director will contact the appropriate Military Service to arrange for the funeral honors detail.


                                   Click here for a Veteran's Day Story                   Click here for the story behind "Taps"                                            
                                                by Dan Farmer                                                   

  Our 2016 Post 122 Officers

             COMMANDER                                                                                                     LARRY SCHULZE
             1ST VICE                                                                                                              RODNEY WALLER
             2nd VICE.                                                                                                             RICHARD MAYNARD
             FINANCE OFFICER                                                                                            ALBERT A. BRUTON
             ADJUTANT                                                                                                          BILL FUNTENATTO
             JUDGE ADVOCATE        GARY RUEBLING                                       
             HISTORIAN         STEVE TUNISON
             CHAPLAIN      LARRY SCHULZE
             SERVICE OFFICER   


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