Gallery: National Commander Bill Oxford at Gaylord Post 433 Posted February 21, 2020 Tim Engstrom On Feb. 19, The American Legion National Commander James W. “Bill” Oxford enjoyed breakfast at Gaylord Post 433, the seventh stop on his tour of Minnesota. Click on an image to enlarge. National Commander Bill Oxford, a Marine veteran, greets another Marine as well as other Legionnaires at Gaylord Post 433. District 3 Commander Linda Dvorak speaks with Hutchinson Post 96 Commander Tim Burley. Department of Minnesota Commander Mark Dvorak, center, speaks with Legionnaires from the Brownton Post. Nicollet Post 510 chat before breakfast is served. Desert was yogurt with fruit on the top. Gaylord police officers provided and escort, then joined the National Commander’s Tour for breakfast. Gaylord Post 433 Commander Dale Jensen speaks to the people in attendance. Gaylord Mayor Dan Boeder says his city is proud to host the national commander of The American Legion. Prayer is said prior to the comments. Gaylord Post 433 Commander Dale Jensen welcomes the national commander. District 3 Commander Linda Dvorak jokes with her husband, Department Commander Mark Dvorak. Department Commander Mark Dvorak addresses the audience. Former Department Commander Roger Olson, center right, listens to the national commander speak. National Commander Bill Oxford kids with Membership Director Sy Fix and 3rd District Commander Linda Dvorak. National Commander Bill Oxford talks about his military background. Larry Cline is the aide to the national commander and wears a blue hat because it is not an officer position.. American Legion National Commander accepts a license plate from Gaylord Post 433 Commander Dale Jensen. National Commander Bill Oxford accepts a golf towel from Gaylord Post 433 Commander Dale Jensen. National Commander Bill Oxford accepts a set of books written by Al Zdon, the former editor of The Minnesota Legionnaire. Gaylord Post 433 Commander Dale Jensen holds a case with two tickets to a steak fry and two drink coins, just in case the national commander is in the area.