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Foreign Relations

Foreign Relations

The American Legion’s National Foreign Relations Commission works closely with the Department of State to seek peaceful solutions to various world conflicts and to advance U.S. foreign policy. The American Legion supports policies and legislation that enhance funding for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and seeks the use of that funding toward targeted states whose failure to provide for their people could result in the expansion of international terrorism. The American Legion encourages increased federal funding for foreign relations and international affairs and for the Department of State’s continuous efforts to seek peaceful and diplomatic solutions to world conflicts, as well as its initiative for the creation of the Civilian Response Corps for deployment before, during or after military campaigns.

Department of Mississippi Foreign Relations Committee:

Chairman, Murry Toney, 656 Liberty White Road, Liberty, MS, 39645,, (601) 657-2481

Committee Members:

Robert Gann, P. O. Box 8, Tunica, MS 38676

Joyce Jones 300 Holly Hills Apt 120, Columbus, MS 39705

William Harris, 32 Country Club Drive, Columbus, MS 39429



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