Delaware revitalization effort brings more than 100 Legionnaires into local posts while providing assistance to veterans needing help with VA.
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Scholarships for American Legion baseball players range from $500 to $5,000; applications due July 15.
About one half of VA claims filed by veterans are informal, yet the department is no longer considering them.
Commander praises Senate for unanimous passage of amendment, calls on House to do the same.
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Network will air semifinal and championship games on ESPNU from Aug. 17-18.
A recent photo showing children climbing the Vietnam Women’s Memorial should remind Americans of how to show respect and reverence.
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Subcommittee warned about removing recruitment, re-enlistment incentives.
Written and oral remarks urged members of the House of Representatives Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity to examine several pieces of proposed legislation.
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Centennial committee looking for highways, roads, bridges, ferry boats, forests and more named in honor of the nation’s largest veterans service organization.
National staff, Department of California Legionnaires meet with Los Angeles Councilman Joe Buscaino's office to discuss city's effort to end veterans homelessness.
Phenix City, Ala., Post 135's annual Legion birthday ball brings community together while helping tell the organization's story.
National Commander Helm: Bergdahl entitled to due process; his guilt or innocence should be decided by a judge or a jury of his peers.
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Access and eligibility issues hamper many veterans from using VA's program.
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VA has fixed the 40-mile rule, now it needs to send patients to medical facilities that can help them.
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Local, state and national American Legion representatives, along with VA officials, vow to address problems for Los Angeles veterans.
Flyer announcing town hall meeting retracted by American Legion National Headquarters.
At first Operation Hiring Heroes Job Fair in Albuquerque, veteran attendees were connected with 55 employers who were ready to hire.
American Legion, Department of Veterans Affairs team up to assist 237 veterans over three days in Philadelphia.
A team of Legion experts will help homeless veterans in Los Angeles get access to VA benefits.
"Frank the Tank" photo staged at Wisconsin's American Legion Post 360.
Testimony amplifies position that veteran-owned companies need fewer obstacles to federal contracts.
The large-scale U.S Postal Service cuts affect consumers, as well as the more than 100,000 veterans employed there.
Topics include the Veterans Choice Card, veteran-owned small businesses and military retirement compensation.
Paris post holds ceremony marking birthplace, birthday of The American Legion.
Nearly 100 seek help during the first two days of the Legion’s Veterans Benefits Center in Philadelphia.
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