Americal Legacy Foundation

Americal Legacy Foundation Website - Mission Accomplished

By Roger Gilmore; October 23, 2015

The Americal Legacy Foundation web site was planned to be fully functional as of September 1, 2015. Mission accomplished – the web site was actually up and running ahead of schedule, August 13, 2015. Our goal of having the web site communicate the Americal Legacy Foundation’s mission and goals to educate site viewers about the legacy of the Americal Division is alive and well.

Web site features include a brief history of the Americal Division in its three eras of activation, biographies of all directors, a gallery of pictures showing the Americal Division in action and complete Americal Division scholarship program information. For the Americal Legacy Foundation scholarship program, the link is in place to download the scholarship application form. The donation link permits visitors to make a donation to the Americal Legacy Foundation by credit card or PayPal. If you have not mailed a donation for the 2015 calendar or feel you can make an additional donation, please mail your donation, payable to Americal Legacy Foundation, to director Gary L. Noller. Director Noller’s mailing address is: Mr. Gary L. Noller; P.O. Box 1268; Center Point, TX 78010






Larger views of all images can be seen in our Gallery

Donate to Americal Legacy Foundation

To donate,

  • Print the donation form: click here for form
  • Complete the form
  • Mail the form and your check or money order, made payable to Americal Legacy Foundation
        Americal Legacy Foundation
        Gary L. Noller
        P.O. Box 1268.
        Center Point, TX 78010-1268
  • You will receive a letter as your receipt for your donation

Americal Division Veterans Association (ADVA)

The ADVA is dedicated as a LIVING MEMORIAL to all veterans of the Americal Division. It is pledged to foster true American patriotism, provide social and fraternal activities for all members, encourage allegiance to the United States and to its flag, and to perpetuate the traditions and history of the Americal Division of the United States Army.

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