Supporting Our Military and Their Families

The men and women who serve our country put their lives on the line so we can enjoy the freedoms of America. We believe in supporting these heroes and their families.

Our military support organizations focus on not only those currently serving and those who have previously served, but also the families that always play a major role in a person’s military career. Our Chicago 502, which supports the soldiers and families of the Army’s 502nd Infantry Regiment/101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), 795 Club and 786 Club, which support the crew and families of the USS Hyman G. Rickover (SSN-795) and the USS Illinois (SSN-786), two U.S. Navy submarines and American Legion Post 758 are all essential to our mission.
Union League Club of Chicago American Legion Post #758

Established in 1934, the Union League American Legion Post 758 provides transition assistance from military to civilian life and provides career support to Club members who are veterans of the Armed Forces.

Chicago 502

Established in 2001, the Chicago 502 supports the soldiers and family members of the U.S. Army’s 502nd Regiment, an element of the 101st Airborne Division, stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

786 Club

Established in 2016, the 786 Club supports the sailors and families of the U.S. Navy’s nuclear powered fast-attack submarine USS ILLINOS (SSN-786), homeported at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

795 Club

Established in 2023, the 795 Club supports the sailors and the families of the U.S. Navy’s nuclear powered fast-attack submarine USS HYMAN G. RICKOVER (SSN-795), homeported at Groton, Connecticut.

Armed Forces Council of Chicago

Established in 1978, the Armed Forces Council of Chicago honors and supports local active duty, reserve, and national guard service members by conducting patriotic celebrations.

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