WELCOME TO THE JACKSON HOLE AMERICAN LEGION POST 43 WEBSITE!
WHO WE ARE
The American Legion is a Congressionally chartered, voluntary civilian organization of U.S. military veterans, for the benefit of veterans and local communities. We are the proud military veterans - Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy - of military conflicts in which our country has engaged. The Post is the basic unit of the Legion and usually represents a small geographic area such as a single town or part of a county. There are roughly 14,900 posts in the United States. The Post is used for formal business such as meetings and a coordination point for community service projects. Often the Post will host community events such as bingo, Hunter breakfasts, holiday celebrations, and available to the community, churches in time of need. It is also not uncommon for the Post to contain a bar open during limited hours. A Post member is distinguished by a navy blue garrison cap with gold piping. The American Legion Post 43 in Jackson Hole, WY, was organized in 1920, and has been active in shaping the Jackson community ever since.
We serve our community, serve our fellow veterans, promote patriotism, and inspire our fellow citizens and youth with respect for our nation's Constitution, its various symbols, and the honor of service in our U.S. military to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, both foreign and domestic.
Use the links above to get more information about the Jackson Hole American Legion Post 43. If you're a veteran, we'd love to have you join us, and if you're visiting, or going to visit Jackson Hole, we'd love to have you stop in to visit with us. As a fellow defender of this great nation, your brothers in arms would be happy to serve you.
We are all volunteers in this organization, but there are expenses that we must pay; your donation will be MOST appreciated. Your donation will always serve our veterans, our youth, and our community. We thank you.