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This Is Not Your Grandfathers American Legion Post

The Greater Cincinnati Women's Post 644 of The American Legion was founded in 1946 and chartered in 1948 by women veterans for women veterans. We remain the only American Legion Post in the Tri-State primarily dedicated to serving the needs of women veterans.

Mission Statement

To advocate for the needs, issues, and benefits of women veterans.

 Mark Your Calendars

Post Meeting

Sat. April 24, 2021, 11am
This will be an in-person meeting.
Weather permitting we will meet outside.
If weather does not permit, the meeting will be inside. Masks will be required.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255. Press 1 for veterans

It can be used by the person contemplating suicide as well as by concerned family or friends

General Membership Meeting
Saturday 24 April, 2021
Time: 11:00am

This will be an in-person meeting.
Weather permitting we will meet outside.
If weather does not permit, the meeting will be inside. Masks will be required.


Of Interest

Events - more detailed information will be forthcoming

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will now offer the Women Veterans license plate to any women who served or
retired in any of the branches of the military: Marine; Navy; Army; Air Force and Coast Guard.
License plates went on sale to the public Monday April 25, 2016.

See the video: "This is Real Life", which highlights the new license plate dedicated to women veterans.

2021 Membership Renewals are now Due
You can renew by sending in your check or money-order for $40 payable to The American Legion.
Please mail to Greater Cincinnati Women's American Legion Post 644, P.O. Box 317782, Cincinnati, OH 45231.
If you prefer, you can renew online at MyLegion.org. Email post644@gmail.com with any questions

Ohio became the sixth state to join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s All*Vet States web initiative

All*Vet States is a web site hosted by the U.S. Chamber with employment, education and business start-up information for participating states. The site’s goal is to goal is to showcase states that are working hard to create economic opportunities for veterans and military spouses and to highlight the resources available to those transitioning military families.

“I’m very happy that Ohio has joined this effort,” Ohio Department of Veteran Services Director Tim Gorrell said. “Increasing the visibility of our state through the All*Vet States site is another way we’re elevating Ohio’s status as a veteran-friendly state, one that all veterans can be proud to call home. Ohio has worked aggressively to be a top destination for our nation’s veterans and military spouses.
Click on All*Vet States Ohio

National HQ

Ohio Dept. HQ

A Pledge to Service

Women In Military Service For America Memorial (WIMSA)

Ohio Women Veterans Advisory Committee
Ohio Women in the Military

Articles of Interest

Lt. General Wolfenbarger
DoD to Open 14,000 Army Jobs to Women

Ohio Department of Veterans Services Newsletters

Greater Cincinnati Women's American Legion Post 644

Last updated 18th April 2021