North Strand American Legion Post 186





The Honor Guard is available, upon the request of the next of kin,
to provide a ceremony for a deceased Veteran.
The ceremony could be at a funeral home, cemetery, or both.
It could include a nonsectarian service,
presentation of the American Flag to the next of kin, taps
and a rifle salute if the ceremony is at the cemetery.


The Color Guard is also involved in services on Memorial Day, Flag Day, and Veterans Day.
And we also present and post the Colors at official functions
such as a military reunion.
If you would like to use the Color / Honor Guard services
please contact us or the post at the numbers listed below
or submit your request by filling the Request Form
 below and email back to the emails below.


For a Request Form, Click Here!


Carl MacLeod

Cell: 203-464-1241


American Legion Post 186

4285 Pine Drive

Little River, SC 29566


The American Legion Post 186 Little River SC
Is looking for NEW MEMBERSto join the Team.
All you need is a Heart and the Dedication to Volunteer your time.
Come join one of, if not the largest,
most active Honor Guard Teams in Horry County.
Captain, with Nine (9) Color Guards, & Two (2) Rifle Members,
Firing Squad Commander, with Seven (7) Rifle Squad Members
Honor Guard Chaplain, and Bugler
  • As an all-volunteer team of the American Legion Family,
  • we offer the full military honor service, including the rifle volleys,
  • the playing of Taps, and a flag folding and presentation detail.
  • The current team is comprised of
  • Legionnaires, Auxiliary, and Sons of the Post
  • All level of experience welcome; including no prior experience.
  • Uniforms are issued on behalf of the Post.      
  • Participation is solely based on your availability.

NOTE: your participation is needed for the team to be successful


Contact Honor Guard Captain: Carl MacLeod
@ (203) 464-1241 or 1SGMacLeod@gmail.com         
Firing Squad Commander:  Donald Kimble
@ (570) 228-5073 or donkimble41@gmail.com


Family Information Sheet

The Family Information Sheet is a generic form
for use by any and all family members to assist those we have left behind.
It is not all-inclusive, and is provided as a starting point for you and your family
to discuss and to help them get through a difficult period.
If you have had a death in the family
and would like to know more about how this could help you, Click Here.