American Legion Leaders
The American Legion provides leadership opportunities for members on all levels of the organization. These opportunities begin at the Post level. They include running for one of the Post Officer positions or serving on one of your Post’s committees.
The post commander shall preside over all official business, official meetings and all Executive Committee meetings.
Membership the primary concern of the first vice commander.
Post Second vice commander
The commander depends on the second vice commander to help run the programs that spice up meetings
and attract attendance.
The adjutant has the same position in the post as the secretary of any other organized body, and a bit more.
Like the first sergeant of a company, post activities revolve around the adjutant.
The chaplain need not necessarily be a clergyman but must be a person capable of moral and intellectual
leadership and one who gives dignity and respect to the office.
The sergeant-at-arms knows how to arrange the meeting hall and assists the post commander and adjutant
in preliminary arrangements for meetings, including leading the color detail during presentation and retirement ceremonies.
The Judge Advocate is the interpreter of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Post.
(After Stay in Place is Over)
Petaluma Veterans Hall
1094 Petaluma Blvd S