Help U.S. Veterans:
Save Post 1218!
Established by American veterans of World War I and World War II. The Hunter-Squires-Jackson (H.S.J.) Post 1218,
is a non-profit veterans organization that has been serving the Long Island community for over 75 years.
The post is in need of your support.
Dedicated in memory of Harry Jackson,Past Commander and
Adjutant of Post1218 and Past SuffolkCounty Commander.
"helped bridge the divide between Vietnam and World War II veterans at regional American Legion posts"
"an advocate of letting Vietnam-era guys move into positions of authority in the legion"
"He lived and died American Legion"
Preamble to the Constitution of the American Legion
History of Hunter Squires Jackson Post 1218
History of the Auxiliary
Naming of the Post-Conferring an Honor
Acquiring Land for a Building
Goals and Philosophy
Why Join the American Legion Auxiliary?
Because we empower women and inspire communities! Nearly 900,000 women are members of the
American Legion Auxiliary, justifiably known as the nation's largest patriotic woman's
organization. Read more..