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Sons of the American Legion National CDR Mike Moss on SALRadio

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Sons of the American Legion Radio:

Talk with National Commander of the Sons of the American Legion, Mike Moss

Jack McGuirk, John Chuhran, and Ken Kraetzer conduct interview on WVOX 1460 AM New Rochelle, NY

August 24, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina at the 43rd National Convention, Mike Moss was elected as The National Commander for The Sons of The American Legion for the 2014-2015 Membership Year. Mike lives in Colorado and has been and still is very active in the Colorado Detachment. Mike has also served on the National level as the Mid - West National Vice Commander and is a Past Chairman of the National Children & Youth Commission.

Mike's eligibility is through his Father a 54 year member of The American Legion Family. Mike's Father served in the Air Force during the Korean War flying in B-29's. One of Mike's earliest memories of American Legion activities was when he was 8 years old and going down to the local grocery store with His mother also a 54 year member of the Legion Family to sell poppies to raise money.

Mike's Motto this year is "Building Bridges To The Future".

Sons of the American Legion Radio has broadcast on WVOX 1460 AM in New Rochelle, NY since 2008. The Sons of the American Legion Radio Report is heard every Monday starting at 2:30 PM EST providing coverage of the active military, veterans, Army football, and Iona College basketball.  In 2014 SALRadio received the US Army "Outstanding Civilian Service Medal' presented by the University of Scranton Royal Warrior ROTC program and the Medal of the Chapel of the Four Chaplains in Philadelphia.  Many video interviews with veterans and military are available Facebook Sons of the American Legion Radio, and West Point Football Report, Youtube (Ken Kraetzer), and Twitter @SonsLegionRadio.