Event provides insights into New York's Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Act, recently signed into law.
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More than 100 Legion family members take part in Quilts of Valor Day of Service in Indianapolis.
Team Rubicon, which works with the Legion to help after disasters hit the United States, exports its services to international disaster area.
Robert O'Neill, decorated veteran and combat leader, will be guest of honor at National Commander's Reception during American Legion World Series.
Veterans often are a perfect fit for becoming firefighters because of their service backgrounds.
Physical therapist, labratory supervisor and research analyst are among the careers with an increasing need for qualified professionals
These jobs allow you to earn a stable income from the comfort of your own home.
Legion event aims to ease licensing and certifications requirements for veterans and spouses.
FODPAL members have opportunity to share perspectives on U.S. flag from abroad.
Frazier Brinley, chairman of the Connecticut Centennial committee, is ready to "do anything" to bring history back to relevance.
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Post 392 in Panama City, Fla,, has used a mentoring approach, and the Legion Riders, to bring in dozens of active-duty military and Post-9/11 veterans.
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National Executive Committee, American Legion commissions headed to Indianapolis May 4-7 for annual meetings.
Legendary country music group and American Legion "spokesband" will be recognized with one of organization's highest honors.
Movers and shakers from various industries came together with the Legion in Washington to discuss setbacks keeping veterans and departing servicemembers from aligning with their counterparts in the civilian workforce.
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Legion family members can help construct quilts for wounded warriors.
A number of meetings to be held at downtown Indianapolis Sheraton.
'Great strides were made,' says one veteran who received help in Memphis from American Legion and VA staff.
Two Virginia Legionnaires drove to Atlanta and then Shreveport, La., to help World War II veteran, fellow Legion Rider E. Bruce Heilman on his 6,000-mile motorcycle trek across the nation.
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Country music duo taking part in Celebration of Champions Aug. 12 at Keeter Stadium.
Instead of measuring straight-line distance, a veteran’s actual driving mileage will be used.
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The measure would establish a commission to examine complementary and alternative medicines.
Legion program donated more than $7,700 worth of items to assist veterans, including the homeless, in the Memphis area.
A House Appropriations proposal would reduce the department’s funding.
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Sloan Gibson, VA deputy secretary, says construction on troubled VA facilityis about halfway completed, but its future is uncertain.
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88-year-old Legion Rider will travel 6,000 miles across the country on his motorcycle, sharing a message of remembrance for the 70th anniversary of World War II's end.
Legion and VA working together to resolve delayed claims, unfulfilled benefits and other related problems for veterans in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas.
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VA Secretary Robert McDonald says new committee will help his department put veterans first.
The Georgia Legionnaire served veterans for more than six decades.
VA staff addressed concerns, offered solutions to patients' problems with appointments, claims and more at Legion-led forum; Veterans Benefits Center starts today.