American Legion Post 10

American Legion Post 10 Serving our community, our veterans, and our nation. Robert Vincent McMaugh Memorial Post 10
Manassas, Virginia

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We are a drop point for Toys for Tots.

We are a drop point for Toys for Tots.


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Sunday, November 22, Breakfast will be served from 8-11 am. All you can eat. $8.00
All welcomed and Non-smoking during these times.


Wednesday is Veterans Day. Post 10 will be having a ceremony at 11 am. Post 10 takes pride in all our veterans. Please join us on Wednesday. We also have lunch for your dining pleasure.


Saturday, November 7, 2020, at 5 PM EST – 7 PM EST
American Legion Post 10
We are having our Veteran's Prime Rib dinner. $17.00 per person. The Auxiliary will pay for the Veteran. Time is from 5-7 pm.
Thank you, Auxiliary.


Sunday, October 25, Breakfast will be served from 8-11 am. All you can eat. $8.00
All welcomed and Non-smoking during these times.

Landing - National Museum of the United States Army
Landing - National Museum of the United States Army

Landing - National Museum of the United States Army

The Museum is committed to crafting educational resources for a variety of audiences and interests. Curated content is being added weekly to include FREE resources and activities to support a range of subjects and age groups.


Yay! Post 10 has resumed Monday morning bingo. Come on in and play. Open to the public. The first ball called at 9:00 am.

Happy Father’s Day to our Post 10 Dad’s!

Happy Father’s Day to our Post 10 Dad’s!


The latest from National Commander Bill Oxford.
Dear American Legion Family,
Congratulations to Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., who was recently confirmed as the senior officer in the U.S. Air Force. As the 22nd chief of staff of the greatest air force on the planet, he leads a proud service branch during a particularly challenging time for our military. In addition to war fighting and developing future defense strategies, our military has played a crucial role in responding to the global COVID-19 pandemic. And, on top of that, senior leadership has to now ensure that all reasonable precautions are taken to protect servicemembers and their families from coronavirus exposure. Veterans know that this no easy task given the close contact required of military members in fulfilling their critical missions. Even the living arrangements now require additional considerations.
I’ve said this throughout the coronavirus emergency, we will get through this. The American Legion will continue to support, as we have for 101 years, our great U.S. military.
Bill Oxford
National Commander


June is PTSD Awareness Month.

According to the VA, there are currently about 8 million people in the United States with PTSD.

What is PTSD?

PTSD or posttraumatic stress disorder, is a mental health issue that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural
disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault.

It’s normal to have upsetting memories, feel on edge, or have trouble sleeping after this type of event. At first, it may be hard to do normal daily activities, like go to work, go to school, or spend time with people you care about. But most people start to feel better after a few weeks or months.

If it’s been longer than a few months and you’re still having symptoms, you may have PTSD.

For some people, PTSD symptoms may start later on, or they may come and go over time.

If thoughts and feelings from a life-threatening event are upsetting you or causing problems in your life, you may have PTSD.

Here’s the good news: you can get treatment for PTSD — and it works. In this booklet, you’ll learn about types of treatment that are proven to help.
For some people, treatment can get rid of PTSD altogether. For others, it can make symptoms less intense. Treatment also gives you the tools to manage symptoms so they
don’t keep you from living your life.
PTSD treatment can turn your life around — even if you’ve been struggling for years.

Are You in Crisis? You Have Options:
- Call 911
- Go to the nearest Emergency Room
- Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
- En Español: 1-888-628-9454
- Or the Veterans Crisis Line:
- 1-800-273-8255, press 1
- Send a text to 838255
- Chat online Confidential Veterans Chat

For more info, click the following links:

Happy Birthday U. S. Army!

Happy Birthday U. S. Army!

Honor Flight cancels all trips for 2020, affecting 20,000 veterans
Honor Flight cancels all trips for 2020, affecting 20,000 veterans

Honor Flight cancels all trips for 2020, affecting 20,000 veterans

Under normal circumstances, the network would’ve transported about 20,000 to Washington this year, the group estimated. It was on track to reach the milestone of providing 250,000 trips to veterans in the 15 years since Honor Flight was founded.


The latest from National Commander Bill Oxford.
Dear American Legion Family,
In honor of the U.S. Army’s 245th birthday Sunday, I offer you this quote from Gen. George S. Patton:
“The soldier is the Army. No army is better than its soldiers. The soldier is also a citizen. In fact, the highest obligation and privilege of citizenship is that of bearing arms for one's country."
Happy birthday, soldiers!
Bill Oxford
National Commander

Eagle Scout builds benches honoring veterans at American Legion post
Eagle Scout builds benches honoring veterans at American Legion post

Eagle Scout builds benches honoring veterans at American Legion post

An Eagle Scout from Milton is taking on a project to honor America’s veterans. Justin Hall decided to create handmade wooden benches for his Eagle Scout project as a way to honor the veterans of American Legion Post 139 in Milton. He made a total of six benches – five for each branch of....


Today we commemorating Women Veterans Appreciation Day in over 13+ states to bring attention to their contributions, sacrifices and valor, as well as challenges that women in the continue to face.

In 1948, the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act granted women permanent status in the , , and . With the exception of nurses, women could not previously serve in the regular and reserve forces during peacetime. However, it is important to note that women have ALWAYS been an All-Volunteer Force (AVF) with roots dated back to the American Revolutionary War.

today make up around 20 percent of new recruits, 15 percent of active duty and 18 percent of the and forces. Women serve in every branch and hold officer positions. Of the more than 280,000 women sent to Iraq and Afghanistan, 44 percent of enlisted and 13 percent of officers have been deployed two or more times.


On June 6, 1944 the United States Army, alongside our allies, began the largest amphibious invasion in history. This day would ultimately lead to the end of World War II with the liberation of Western Europe but it was not without great cost. Thousands of American lives were lost on this fateful day 76 years ago.

Services to resume Tuesday at most VA cemeteries
Services to resume Tuesday at most VA cemeteries

Services to resume Tuesday at most VA cemeteries

Memorial services will resume Tuesday at nearly all of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ 143 national cemeteries after deferring the ceremonies for more than two months because of the coronavirus pandemic, the VA announced Friday.


National Commander of The American Legion James W. “Bill” Oxford issued the following statement today:
“The desecration of national war memorials, which honor veterans of all races, is an absolute disgrace. The heroes honored by these monuments fought for social justice and freedom for all. Moreover America’s veterans, who witnessed horrific violence in theaters around the world, should not have to see the same death and destruction here at home. The American Legion has always believed in equality for all. We also believe in the decency of the vast majority of law enforcement officers. Those who break the law, whether they are police officers or violent protesters, should be arrested and prosecuted. America, you can do better than this.”

98-year-old veteran is honored for her service as a nurse in World War II
98-year-old veteran is honored for her service as a nurse in World War II

98-year-old veteran is honored for her service as a nurse in World War II

During the final days of the war, Aldean Mason's unit entered Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany. There, dhe cared for Holocaust survivors, treating them for typhus and malnutrition, among other illnesses.


The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms.
On September 27, 1920, the poppy became the official flower of The American Legion Family to memorialize the soldiers who fought and died during the war. In 1924, the distribution of poppies became a national program of The American Legion. The American Legion led the charge of having Congress designate the Friday before Memorial Day as National . The day encourages all Americans to wear a red poppy to honor the fallen & support the living heroes who have worn our nation’s uniform.
Learn more about how on Poppy Day you can honor the fallen and support our veterans at


Post 10 Family and friends,
Today, May 22nd, is Comrade Jake Bianco’s 85th Birthday.

His family is hosting a drive by birthday party for him. Please join them if you are able to.

From his son:
With the help of my brother and sister, we are scheduling a SURPRISE Happy Birthday "Drive By" and are putting out this invitation to anybody that would like to drive by and say 'Hello" and 'Happy Birthday"! We would like everybody to be at the Glenkirk Estates Clubhouse (14001 Estate Manor Drive. Gainesville) by 5:15pm to start the motorcade @ 5:30pm. Please feel free to make a sign or anything that you think will make this an even more special day for him. Thank you all!!


Meet Marine Combat Instructor Trainer of Water Survival (MCITWS) Sgt. Triplett from EWTGPAC Coronado. She just became the first woman to graduate the Scout Swimmer course at EWTGPAC Coronado since the course opened in 1986, with equal standards. Semper Fi and congrats to this new Sand Shark🤙🏽☠️
Fact: As of 2018 the standards were raised. Used to be a 35lbs pack with a 60 min time limit for the 2k fin, now it’s a 50lbs pack with the same 60min time limit.

Photos from Prince William County Government, Virginia's post

Photos from Prince William County Government, Virginia's post


9950 Cockrell Rd
Manassas, VA

Opening Hours

Monday 11am - 9pm
Tuesday 11am - 10pm
Wednesday 11am - 10pm
Thursday 11am - 10pm
Friday 11am - 12am
Saturday 12pm - 12am
Sunday 12pm - 9pm


(703) 369-4900


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I just wanted to stop by and inform you all, in case anyone is still there that may remember, of my dad's (Victor Rollins) passing early morning 23 January 2021. He served twice as Commander and lead the construction of the new American Legion Post 10 (I don't know the year). He really loved being a part of the legion and being friends with all the members. He spent much of his time there until my parents moved to the Northern Neck to retire. Thanks!
Thank you, Veterans!
Post 10 Family, The National Museum of the U.S. Army will open on Veterans Day 11 NOV, 20. HOOAH! for free tickets to visit the museum (not 11 NOV) visit

Juan Rodfather Rodriguez 2nd Vice
Could you please share with your members? Thank you for your service!
Happy Birthday US Navy! Victory at Sea!
I'd like to say thank you to anyone and everyone who made it possible for me to work at The American Legion. Ms. Kim and the bar staff have taken their individual shifts to train me and even some came in on their day off. It means something to me to be a part of this wonderful family, and serve the men and women who have served us for generations. Thank you all so very much. Love to the entire Legion, and many blessings.
A motion, discussion and vote by American Legion Members in good standing on the Post 10 building becoming non-smoking is scheduled for the August 15th membership meeting. Please plan on attending.
I saw this post on another Veterans Page and thought it was interesting...
This Saturday in Re*****on! Get your advance discounted tickets today!
Just thought I’d share; I wrote this on a whim. Tom Wahl


Children; dusting off old tattered uniforms.
Children; running clumsily in boots that tell stories.
Children; leading a charge with sticks in the yard.
Young Men; volunteering for the unthinkable.
Young Men; training for the unimaginable.
Young Men; storming a beach into the unknown.
Young Men; jumping into the night to grip the Devils hand.
Men; liberating the oppressed from village to village.
Men; fighting, trudging and shivering next to their Brothers to the left and right.
Men; battle hardened, extending caring hands to others in need.
Those who fought.
Those who lived.
Those who died.
All have a story to tell.......

A calling..
A boys
For those who aspire to be.


Staff Sergeant (ret) US ARMY
Shawn Nelson
Purple Heart recipient ( Ramadi, Iraq 2006)

**Dedicated to those who shook the Devils hand; but never flinched; 6 June 1944
Just a friendly PSA for those riders in the MD/DC/VA region. Hogs and Heroes is holidng their poker run for a local charity called Semper K9. They train service dogs for our veteran community and need our support. More information can be found at All are welcome, open event and you can do the poker run in a car if you like, we dont care! Come out and help support a great cause!! Registration is a 9am at Primetime Sports in Fairfax Virginia.
Hey Brothers and Sisters at Post 10, it was Great to see you all during Post 177's Rolling Thunders events. We here at Post 290 have a Dart Tournament Next week (8 Jun @ 12 Noon), and we would really appreciate you all coming over. There's a $25.00 registration fee, with $100.00 1st Prize, $75.00 2nd Prize and a $25.00 3rd Prize, kitchen will be open and so will our bar for all you orders.

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