AMERICAN LEGION
PONY EXPRESS POST 359

WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL NATIONAL DEDICATION DAY
RECOGNITION PROGRAM


On May 29, 2004, during Memorial Day weekend, the long-awaited National World War II Memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C. Realizing that many World War II veterans will not be able to attend the ceremony in Washington, the American Legion Family undertook a program to allow those veterans to receive a justly deserved tribute.

An American Legion program to recognize the World War II Veterans in Buchanan County was held on May 29, 2004, at American Legion Pony Express Post 359, 4826 Frederick Avenue, St. Joseph, Missouri. Over 500 World War II Veterans and family members attended to celebrate the dedication of the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC and to recognize those who fought to save the world during World War II.

The links below will allow you to register an individual at the National World War II Memorial.