About Daniel D. Eubank

Daniel Eubank, the Commander of American Legion Post 364 for 2009-2010, is a 2005 graduate of the National American Legion College in Indianapolis, IN.
He is a graduate of the American Legion Correspondence Course 2005 and Department of Virginia Legion College 2005 & 2009, and is a current member of the National American Legion College Alumni Association (NALCAA).  Daniel Eubank served for three years as the Chairman of the New Building Committee for American Legion Post 364 in Woodbridge, VA, leading to the construction of a $2.8M facility to support Veterans in Prince William County, VA.

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American Legion Post 364

3640 Friendly Post Lane

Woodbridge, VA  22192

5 Responses to “About Daniel D. Eubank”

  1. Jim Connolly Says:

    Dan — Thanks for the great V-J Day footage.

  2. Dieter Grethmann Says:

    Dan, keep it comming.
    Much more needs to be brought up that needs healing.

    Dieter
    Sous Chef de Chemin de Fer, Area-IV

  3. Indiana Joan Says:

    Hello,
    I am Joan Goble, a fifth grade teacher at Cannelton Elementary in Cannelton, IN. I have an after school media club that is putting together a litlte slide show in honor of our country’s soldiers in wars present and past. They would very much like to use the image of the folded American flag that you have on your webpage about the meaning of the folded American flag. May we have permission to use that image? We would be sure to give credit on the credits page the way you ask us to. Thank you very much for your wonderful online resource.
    Sincerely,
    Joan Goble
    Cannelton Elementary
    Cannelton, Indiana

  4. Indiana Joan Says:

    Thank you so very much!

    Joan Goble
    Cannelton Elementary

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