American Legion Post 312
PO Box 5892
St. Marys, GA 31558
Welcome to the website of American Legion Post 312 of St. Marys, Georgia.
We appreciate your interest in our post and in the American Legion. The American Legion is the nation's largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth, advocating patriotism, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.
Our post meets at 7 pm, the second Tuesday of each month, at the local VFW Post 8385 off of Hwy 40, near the Ford and Chervolet dealerships. We encourage visiting members and veterans to visit with us during our post meeting.
For detailed directions to our meeting location, select here, and then input your starting location.
If using GPS, enter the following as your destination: 30.783299, -81.629354
Renew your membership online
Your annual dues help support programs in our community and across the nation.
To renew online you just need your Legion ID#, Last Name, and a credit card.
You will be re-directed to a secure, encrypted website.
Your dues will ensure that The American Legion remains the most powerful voice in America on behalf of veterans, service members, their families, and communities across the nation.
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myLegion.org is a free website designed to connect members of The American Legion to their Post and Department leadership. This site allows members to view information on file at National Headquarters, view messages and events published through the department and post myLegion sites, and network with other myLegion members using networking tools.
We encourage you to email us with your suggestions or if you know of a local veteran in need, let us know so that we can assign someone to look into the matter. We read each email you send us and you can remain anonymous if you choose to do so.
You may view our
Post Calendar for upcoming events or meetings. To add or modify an event or meeting, please email the Post Adjutant.
Are you in need of a post312.org email address? Contact the Post Adjutant for an email address (example: email@example.com). If you already have one, access your email account here.
The Digital Dispatch is for local, department and national leaders of The American Legion. Visit this section to stay informed and communicate the mission of The American Legion.
What do we do?
In 1919, The American Legion was founded on four pillars:
Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation
Children & Youth
Each of these pillars
encompasses a variety of programs that benefit our nations veterans, its servicemembers,
their families, the youth of America and ordinary citizens. These programs make a difference
in hundreds of thousands of lives each year.
Display: The Four Pillars
THE FOUR PILLARS
I. Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation
Access to VA Care
Better Funding Formula
Support for Veterans with
A GI Bill for a New Century
Employment and Business
Heroes to Hometowns
II. National Security
Strong National Defense
Military Quality of Life
Full Accounting of POW/MIAs
Operation Comfort Warriors
Voter Registration and
The Pledge of Allegiance
IV. Children & Youth
Child Sexual Exploitation