Welcome to Post 419 of the American Legion, where patriotism thrives and community service defines our mission. Located in the heart of New Jersey, our post is a gathering place for those who share a deep love for our country and a commitment to giving back to our community. As proud veterans and patriots, we honor the sacrifices of our servicemen and women, past and present.

Ruth Cordner

Post 419, Commander

Ruth is a retired US Army Reservist. She started her military career with the New Jersey Army National Guard assigned to the 250th Signal Battalion and later transferred to the US Army Reserves for the next 18 years. 

Her assignments included the 7th Army Reserve Command, 7th Civil Support Command and the Chief of Army Reserve. She is a Gulf War and Global War Terror Veteran.

Volunteer at Post 419

Volunteering with Post 419 of the American Legion in New Jersey is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact in our community while fostering a deep sense of camaraderie and patriotism. Our volunteers are the backbone of our organization, dedicating their time and skills to support our veterans, advocate for American values, and engage in various community service initiatives.

Whether you’re assisting with veteran outreach programs, organizing patriotic events, or participating in youth mentoring activities, your commitment to service is a testament to your dedication to our country and its principles. Volunteering at Post 419 is a chance to connect with like-minded individuals, build lasting friendships, and play a vital role in preserving the traditions and values that make America great. Join us, and together, we’ll continue to make a difference in the lives of veterans and our local community.

We could use your help at Post 419

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