Past Commanders of Post 2

1919 Leigh J. Monson
1920 John P. Conmy
1921 Julius Baker
1922 Harry Carpenter
1923 Frank Darrow
1924 Emery Gestie
1925 Elmer Flaten
1926 Seth Richardson
1927 William Stern
1928 Eddie Krau
1929 C T Hoverson
1930 Steve Gorman
1931 Lynn Stambaugh
1932 Walt Christianson
1933 Claire Brickner
1934 Floyd Lavelle
1935 Russ Burfening
1936 Frank Talcott
1937 Walt Johnson
1938 Andy Quam
1939 Earl Shaw
1940 Herb Franek
1941 Dave Brann
1941 Arthur Ulness
1942 Fred Knautz
1943 A I Johnson
1944 Clarence Olson
1945 Floyd Collar
1946 George Soule
1947 Jack Weed
1948 C Warner Litten
1949 Adrian O McClellan

1950 George Zalusky
1951 Leonard Van Horne
1952 George S Probsfield    

1953 Andrew Lantz
1954 Alpha J Montplaisir
1955 JohnJ Probosk
1956 Donald Kuehn
1956 Vern Lang
1957 Matthew McGahon
1958 John D West
1959 Joseph Parmer
1960 James Brodigan
1961 John J O'Connor
1962 Thomas Noonan
1963 Duane Muntre
1964 Leroy Smith
1965 Myron Hovden
1966 William Schilling
1967 Mike Mitzel
1968 Harry Moore
1969 Gary Wentz
1970 Robert Stone
1971 Robert Smith
1972 Orlyen Stensgard
1973 Frank Suppa
1974 Marcus McDonald
1975 Robert Long
1976 Burton Maxwell
1977 Curt Nelson
1978 Howard Erickson
1979 Henry Deyle

1980 Harold Christensen
1981 Peter Bilstad
1982 E Duane Lee
1983 Robert Lechner
1984 James Kapitan
1985 James Tweeter

1986 Donald Rapske
1987 James Mclaughlin
1988 Gerald Halvorson
1989 Edward Murphy
1990 Carl C Anderson
1991 Edwin McLaughlin
1992 Marlyn Wegge
1993 Kenneth Nellermoe
1994 Thomas Miller
1995 Mitch Olson
1996 Larry Lein
1997 Wallace Lueck
1998 Donald Schwinden
1999 Kathleen Buccholz
2000 Alex P MacDonald
2001 Raphael M. Hoff
2002 Linda Whaley
2003 David Lee
2004 Cathy Keogh
2005 Wayne Wermager
2006 Dave Rice
2007 Keith Kerbaugh
2008 Ron Matthews
2009 Dave Johnston
2010 Robert Jacobson
2011 Linda Whaley

2012 Cathy Keogh

2013 Brad Aune

2014 Brad Aune

2015 Michele Olson

2016 Christopher Hanson

2017 Christopher Hanson

2018 Sylvan Melroe


From the National Commander


CLICK HERE to read the latest from our National Commander Denise H. Rohan.

Survey Shows Veteran Households Support Research of Medical Cannabis


CLICK HERE to see the results of an American Legion survey conducted by an independent research company. 

Old Glory All Over the World


Wisconsin Boys State alum and current US Army Lieutenant has been able to fly his US flag in 21 countries spanning all seven continents.  CLICK HERE to read more!

Legion Reaffirms Position for a Stong America


National Commander Denise H. Rohan and Legion leadership meet in Indianapolis to vote on resolutions, receive donations and promote Family First! initiatives.  CLICK HERE to read more!

Are You a Past Post 2 Baseball Player?


If you are a past Post 2 Baseball player, please let us know!  Post 2 Baseball would like to put together a list of Legion members who have played Post 2 baseball into an "alumni list"! 


CLICK HERE to E-mail Adjutant Hanson to submit your name as a Post 2 baseball alum! 

Location Change for Post Meetings


All Post Meetings will take place at the Hector Airport Business Park (the old Hector Terminal located at 1801 23rd Avenue North, Fargo) unless otherwise advertised.  Going forward, this site will be the permanent meeting space for American Legion Post 2. 


Meetings and events had been occurring at the Fargo Air Museum for the past several months, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the location for events and meetings has officially changed back to the Hector Airport Business Park.

Who Will Fill Our Shoes?

American Legion national commanders asks members of the NEC who is going to carry the organization into the next century.  CLICK HERE to read on.

America's Military is Losing Its Technology Edge


The global war on terrorism and reduced defense spending have taken their toll, even as rival nations are modernizing their forces.  CLICK HERE to read on.



VALOR (Veteran Alliance Organization) was created to improve the campus climate for military and veteran students at North Dakota State University.  The concept is to create a network of ADVOCATES made up of staff, faculty, and administrators at NDSU who are identified to our veteran students as people that they can go to for guidance and direction.


VALOR materials and training opportunities provide:

  • An understanding of military culture.
  • An understanding of potential issues student veterans face.
  • An awareness of the resources available to student veterans on and off our campus.


VALOR is sponsored by American Legion Post 400 and an Advisory Board that provides guidance and oversight.


Questions on the program can be directed to Adjutant Christopher Hanson or Past Commander Brad Aune, both who are Advisory Board members of VALOR.



Why Join the Legion?


Looking for good reasons to join or convince someone to join the American Legion?  Wondering if it would be worth it to start up again after letting your membership lapse?  CLICK HERE to read more about why you should join us in our mission and cause!

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