State Commander Richard Chatman receives recognition from the Detroit City Council

DETROIT, MICH - American Legion Department of Michigan State Commander Richard Chatman received recognition  today from the Detroit City Council members Brenda Jones and Kenneth Cockrel, Jr. for being elected as State Commander, being the first African American State Commander in Michigan, and being a son of Detroit.


The American Legion Department of Michigan represents over 70,000 members in the State of Michigan. The American Legion was founded in 1919, based on “The Four Pillars”; veteran rehabilitation, Americanism, child welfare, and national security and continued above all its mission as a consumers’ advocate for veterans. For more information contact the Michigan Legion at 517-371-4720 ext 16, mark@michiganlegion.org, or visit our website at www.michiganlegion.org.

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