We have a new BLOG!
New Memorial Division webpages:
safe house, in
Baguio City, Philippines!
They also have a
Facebook Page and
PI Year End Ltrfresh
PI CP1 FaceBook
China Post FaceBook
2012 Sep Newsletter
2012 Jul/Aug Newsletter
AFGHAN Temporary Division
Afghan has new watering hole! Jacks Tora Bora Cafe
Poop Sheet Archive
This guy can not be a member, we refer to him as a commie SOB
across the DMZ in North Korea.
Afghanistan Division Link!
The new CP1 BLOG
Table of Contents for this site
CP1 Eulogy for use by members circa 1980
CP1 History written by C A S
listed at Lint Center for National Security Studies
Angels Support Network Donated by Member Robin
Reference Guide for REALifelines
Donated by Gary Scher
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF THE 40&8
Donated by Roger Gowen
See our 2014 News
Welcome to China Post
No. 1, one of the oldest American Legion Posts in the World.
It is the only Post operating in exile in the American
Legion, as well as, the only Post nominally headquartered in
a Communist country.
The Post was formed in 1919, one year after
the "great war," and chartered by the American Legion on 20
April 1920. The first and only American Legion Post in China
at that time, the original name was General Frederick
Townsend Ward Post No. 1, China.
Read more of the
Fred Platt is our current Commander
You can reach Fred here.
(SEE SITE NEWS!!)
Info from Cdr Fred Platt
2014 with pictures of Hans and David Ryan (CP1 SAL)
from a trip to Truk Lagoon diving the Japanese wrecks from
Operation Hailstorm, Feb. 17, 1944. They took our banner to
CP1 member Ken
participating at the
2012 American Legion
Parade in Indianapolis.
TO JOIN China Post 1:
1. Must meet general requirements to belong to the American
2. Must be sponsored by a current member of China Post 1 who
can validate your service
3. Do NOT apply over the Internet as it will
The 2011 Reunion Discussed
NEW Communication Methods
Remember to sign
up for the List Server
to keep informed!
but give us
enough data to identify
Dep Cdr Bill Anton was
inducted into the United States Army Ranger Hall of Fame in
August 09. (See webpage)
attended for CP1
We have a
new feature, search engine on our site. Also on
S2online (Security Manager site) and Storybasket Asian Cross
Culture, Webmaster or Mrs. Webmaster's various sites.
See our Communication
PowerPoint Presentation on the various communication
channels the CP1 has for YOU!!
this at the 2007, 2009, & 2011 Convention
Click on the best style for
you to read.
We have a new
The main page is
The welcome page of the blog is
W.E.B. Griffin's new book THE HOSTAGE, page 323 has
a portion on CP1.
Members from Korea Div in Shanghai, China at original Post
See more info on
Trip to CP1 Original Home with Photos!!
China Post member is
in the news.
was on a mission in August
2011 to assist JPAC with
orientation and location of
items at the site of Hickory
Hill Assault (Vietnam).
JPAC will use this
information to plan further
excavations for remains.
This photo is courtesy of
China Post member Steve
Thompson, Family Liaison for
JPAC, who helped arrange for
John to travel to the site.
(You may click on
In this photo he is shown
passing out candy to some
local youths. Credit
JPAC for Photo
Member SFC Hill Silver Star
write up is in
Jul/Aug 2011 Edition. He is
also a CP1 AL Rider. Ron, he was not in the Centerfold!
Mac T with Hans Stockenberger, along with Mike &
Ronda Trusler at Texas Lonestar in Bangkok, Thailand before
Competition for Mark
H's CP1 Photo
James (Doc) Wengenroth on left and
(Chesty a former Marine of course) Jeremy Manchester on right.
Chesty is a post member of course . Both of us were Convoy Security
Escort Team Leaders
Team house red zone Baghdad
Major Mark displaying CP1
We will soon start contest
on who displays best CP1 sticker location.
When you stick one or see
one, send JRL a photo!
photo modified nametag for OPSEC reasons. CP1 will not put
in-sandbox names on the web.)
Korea Division on DMZ
CP1 Meeting at Fort Meade, MD PX.
Members Bill Cowell and W.E.B
Griffin, Bill checked his CP1 Card.
Bill showed up with his CP1
hat. W.E.B Griffin/William Edmund Butterworth III (real name)
recognized it and showed his CP1 membership card. Remember, "A post
meeting happens when two members meet."