Gallery: National Commander Bill Oxford at Waseca Post 228 Posted February 17, 2020 Tim Engstrom On Feb. 17, The American Legion National Commander James W. “Bill” Oxford enjoyed lunch at Waseca Post 228, the second stop on his tour of Minnesota. Click on the image to enlarge. National Commander Bill Oxford speaks at Waseca Post 228 in front of a large American flag. A World War II veteran stands to be recognized. A World War II veteran stands to be recognized. Officers with the Legion, Sons and Auxiliary applaud National Commander Bill Oxford. Department of Minnesota Membership Director Sy Fox speaks at Waseca Post 228. About 50 people attend lunch at Waseca Post 228 to hear the national commander speak. The commander for Waldorf Post 587 hands National Commander Bill Oxford a gift, the book “How to Talk Minnesotan.” Members of Waldorf Post 587 stand with the national commander. Members of Millville Post 579 hold a 100 percent membership certificate with the national commander. Andru Peters of Wabasha County stands with the national commander. A reporter with the Waseca County News interviews the national commander.