SAL, Sons of Amercian Legion, past Commander John Calvert of Squadron 154 has been a history buff most of his life. He shares interesting events, places, and people who have been a part of the shaping of our nation's history.

     "Calvert's History Corner" offers his findings on this page.  

top right ... SAL Commander John Calvert dressed in a nostalgic army uniform with his sweet vintage jeep stands with Legion member Jimmy Carter in his vintage uniform at the 2015 Savannah Veterans Day Parade.

bottom right ... John never turns down a parade! Here he is with his Aunt from Iowa and the Gerogia regional SAL Commander in the Tybee Salutes Heroes Parade 

If you know of any veterans who would like to share their life's journey as one of our nations's finest
please let us know!  . . . John would love to write about you or any interesting place or event
that helped shape who we are today!

Captain Max Carson Duncan USN, 95,  passed away peacefully after a short illness January 1, 2017.

Official Flag for the HMS OTRANTO
at the request of
United States Senator David Perdue
shall be flown at the Capital Building
commemorating the centennial of the sinking of the HMS OTRANTO and honors all who lost their lives with the dedication of a historical marker at
Fort Screven, Tybee Island Georgia
September 15, 2018.
From The Legion Bytes Page

Just as the HMS Otranto faced a wicked storm at sea 100 years ago, our region faced a very unpredictable hurricane. Due to very uncertain conditions of Florence we cancelled the event.

If you visit the Tybee Island lighthouse and Fort Screven Museum at Battery Garland we hope you will stop at the marker and silently think of all the souls whose lives were profoundly changed that October day.