Administrative Manual- NEW FOR 2016-2017
PLEASE DISCARD PREVIOUS VERSIONS! Minor Updates 2019
Administrative Manual contains all of the information required to run a successful Post. All of the forms that Posts need to submit to Department Headquarters throughout the year are contained here. Before you call Department Headquarters with questions, please reference the Administrative Manual. Download the Administrative Manual.
Download the 2019-2020 Appendixes:
Appendix A - General Administrative Forms
Appendix B - Americanism
Appendix C - Awards
Appendix D - Consolidate Post Report Monthly worksheets
Appendix E - Reconnect Report Monthly worksheets (Online Only)
Appendix F - Children & Youth
Appendix G - Membership
Constitution and Bylaws
The Constitution and Bylaws govern the operations of The American Legion, Department of Wisconsin.
Download the Constitution and Bylaws.
Department Directory The Department Directory contains contact information for all of the Department Staff, Officers, Committeemen, and Associations. Download the 2019-2020 Department Directory
(Updated 6/1/20) Note: This information is as accurate as the information that has been shared with Headquarters. If you know of information that was not submitted send the inquiry to email@example.com.
Consolidated Post Report (CPR) The CPR is to be submitted annually to the Department by June 1st and to National by July 1st. The American Legion's federal charter requires the submission of an annual report to Congress on activities for the year. You can access the pdf version here, or log in to your mylegion.org account and submit it online.
Leadership Communications Guide (formerly the Guide for District Commanders and Department Officers and the Master outline on Department Committees and Commissions)
This document clearly outlines the responsibilities of Department Vice Commanders and District Commanders.
Tax Exemption Information July 1, 2018 Veterans Service Organizations became Tax Exempt on certain items. CLICK HERE for more information
Protocol Manual This manual provides the proper protocol to follow when planning events, entertaining Department and National Officers and much more. COMING SOON
Public Relations Tool Kit
This publication includes Public Relations Tools, conducting Public Information Campaigns, Media Pitching, Advertising, Event Planning and more. COMING SOON
In the 1976 revision of the Flag Code by Congress, the symbolism of the United State flag is considered to be a living symbol representing a living country. This reference was added in response to the strong feelings of respect and reverence accorded by many of our citizens. In addition, the flag represents the many freedoms, rights, and responsibilities not entrusted to the citizens of any other country in the world. Therefore, the proper display and use of the United States flag is the responsibility of every American citizen.
A How-To guide to the rules for meetings of your Post, County, or District.
Military Personnel Records
Get copies of your DD-214 online.