Veterans - Join the Legion

We Serve:

  • Veterans

  • Community

  • Country





Announcement - Starting in April, Post 78 Riders monthly meetings will be the second Saturday of the month.  Social hour 9-10am, meeting starts at 10am.  Weather permitting there will a "Fun Ride" after each each meeting.











National & Dept of TN Sites

American Legion


Sons of The American Legion

American Legion Riders

Department of Tennessee American Legion



(To enter our Post 78 Family pages click on the Gold Star above)



The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nationís largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.  


The American Legionís success depends entirely on active membership, participation and volunteerism.  The organization belongs to the people it serves and the communities in which it thrives.




Remember the newspaper that always seemed to be where

the military members were?  In the foxholes of Europe?

On the ships at sea? In times of conflict or times of peace?

To see the modern day, online version of your favorite paper,

Click on the Stars & Stripes logo above.




               Manchester Weather

              Find more about Weather in Manchester, TN     
       Click for weather forecast   


 Click below to visit our      Post 78 Photo Album

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To learn more about Gold Star Post 78, please check out our Family page 


provide us a comment and some feedback with our online comment form:


Comment/Feedback Form


Do you want to know some history on Gold Star Post 78?

Click here for our Centennial Celebration Site:




For information on the American Legion Post 78 Honor Guard, please click the image below:






American Legion Charities

The American Legion is committed to supporting our fellow veterans, servicemembers and their families.

Whether it is helping our 65,000 hospitalized veterans through another day, mentoring youth through the
sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities or serving as an advocate for troops wounded in
Iraq and Afghanistan who are recovering in military facilities around the country...WITH YOUR HELP 
The American Legion will continue to stand in the gap for our veterans and their families.

Your generous, tax deductible donation TODAY will provide the critical care, support and guidance so 
desperately NEEDED.


Click on the links below to learn more information on each and how to donate

Legacy Scholarship Fund

Operation Comfort Warriors

National Emergency Fund

Heroes to Hometowns


For more on Troop Support, please click here


Also visit one of our social media links below

 (some social network pages are under construction and not established yet)

           Post 78 American Legion    Post 78 Riders    TN American Legion 5th District   



Veterans Family members - join the Auxiliary or Sons of The American Legion

Both also Serve our:

  • Veterans

  • Community

  • Country






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Members of Post 78 Legion, Auxiliary or SAL are also eligible for membership in the Post 78 Riders.  Check them out:


Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation

Service Officer

VA Vet Centers

Final Respects


GI Bill Benefits

National Security

Support for the Troops

Size of the Armed Forces

Quality of Life

Homeland Security



Flag Protection

Pledge of Allegiance

Legacy Run

Boys Nation

American Legion Baseball

Children & Youth

Family Integrity

Catastrophic Illness


Drug Abuse

Child Welfare Foundation