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Subscribe to Legion e-newsletters

The American Legion has a variety of free e-newsletters to keep veterans, military personnel and their families updated on job fairs, health-care benefits, Legion programs and more.

Subscribe to the following e-newsletters online: www.legion.org/newsletters

Legislative Update. The email features information on key issues such as veterans health care and benefits, national security, education and career benefits, and flag protection. It also provides advance notice on Legion involvement in congressional hearings.

Flag Alert. An email notification is sent when the flag of the United States is to be displayed at half-staff.

Veterans Career Center. The email provides a list of military job fairs around the country, information on career resources, and updates on legislation that affects veterans employment or education benefits.

Legion Riders. The monthly email provides information on The American Legion Legacy Run, as well as links to external media stories on what Legion Rider chapters are doing across the country.

Commander's Message. The national commander sends out emails, usually twice monthly, about important Legion initiatives and programs, and items of general interest to the veterans community.

Online Update. The weekly email includes news stories, slide shows, video features, and advance notices that relate to veterans affairs, Legion programs and activities, and members of the Armed Forces.

The Dugout. The bi-monthly email keeps Legion Baseball coaches updated on registration information, famous alumni, news stories, Legion World Series news and more.

 

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