Yankee 26 Prints are now available for a donation of $65 for unsigned prints, plus $20 shipping to the lower 48, and $30 to Alaska & Hawaii ($85/95 total). Stay tuned for availability of signed prints by the aircrew and ground party soldiers.
We are also raffling the actual painting during our Annual Gala on November 1st, 2019. Tickets are available for a $110 donation, and will be limited to 200 total tickets.
Post 405 Annual Dinner Gala
November 1st, 2019 at the Union League Golf Club at Torresdale. Reception and silent auction begin at 6PM
Guest of Honor and recipient of the Benjamin Franklin medal for service is: Sergeant Major of the Army Daniel A. Dailey.
Business attire; Legion Cap, Military medals Price is $110
The Philadelphia Chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge (VBOB) has been working for several years to erect a monument in Philadelphia. Philadelphia has monuments to honor those who served in other conflicts, but there is no acknowledgment of those of our Greatest Generation that served in the largest land battle in human history. Post 405 is supporting their effort and our goal is to erect the monument soon so that the few surviving WW II Veterans are able to participate in the unveiling. Please contact your city councilperson and ask for their support. If you can support monetarily, your donation will contribute to fund the design and construction of the monument.
June guest speaker
June 17th, 5:45PM, tHE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA
Jean Loup Archawski
Jean Loup will speak on his experiences while serving in the French Navy, and his life as an American.
The Post Supports:
The Post supported the Michael Strange Foundation this year with a generous donation. The Michael Strange Foundation supports Gold Star Families.
Help us honor Pennsylvanians who have served
Donate to support PA recognition in the National Museum of the US Army
American Legion post 405 is raising funds to support the National Museum of the US Army. Opening at Ft Belvoir in Virginia, 2019, this museum will tell the story of our Army not just through artifacts, but through the personal perspectives of those who lived it. Much of the content is given context through the stories of the "Average G.I." men and women who served. Please help us raise funds to help create this important focal point for our Nation's history. Our goal is to raise one dollar for every PA Veteran (about 1 million)
You can add your story to the Museum here: Soldier Registry
Philadelphia Veterans Parade
Post 405 will march in the annual Philadelphia Veterans Parade through Center City. Look for the 1942 M3 Stuart Tank and you will find us!
Post 405 & Project Healing Waters
Help the post fund fishing outings for disabled Veterans (click on the Donate tab at the top of the page for more information)