Organizations team up during ‘Branson Veterans Homecoming,’ help aid a homeless veteran in the process.
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Thanks to Legion and its partners, all states will waive skills tests in commercial drivers license tests for veterans.
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In his book, Carl Maggio recounts winning the 1951 Legion World Series and the bond formed with his 15 teammates, including Hall of Famer Sparky Anderson.
World War II veteran, MLB pitcher and former national Legion Baseball director Lou Brissie passes away.
Retired Gen. David Petraeus ends World War II conference with a discussion of differences between war fighting then and war fighting now.
Speakers at International World War II Conference pay respects to China, Australia and unsung problem solvers who carried out disconnected Allied strategies in 1943.
Scholars examine 1943, a year of danger, death and disagreement in the Allied effort to win World War II.
A crowd of 5,000 invited guests gather only steps away from where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated to honor his service.
International conference examines the war’s pivotal year, lessons learned and allies forgotten.
Secretary of State assures Senate that ratifying the international treaty would have no impact on America’s sovereignty or its disability laws.
As North Korea and Iran develop ICBM technologies even further, funding U.S. missile defense becomes even more imperative.
Feedback given to student veterans competing for grants from the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University.
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Week in Review
Week ending 11/15/2013
Organization’s aid to affected Legionnaires and Legion Family members epitomizes ‘veterans helping veterans.’
The American Legion testified that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may be a good choice to help VA with its construction needs.
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Boy Scouts in Speedway, Ind., raise nearly $4,000 for Operation Comfort Warriors, learn about helping an important cause in the process.
National commander says troops, military retirees and their families should not be targeted in new efforts to cut federal costs.
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The Legion’s National Emergency Fund ready to assist qualified applicants recovering from severe Midwest tornadoes.
Top scholars join former CIA director in three-day examination of 1943, when victory hung in the balance.
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Chronic understaffing and poor management have brought the VA medical center in Jackson, Miss., to Capitol Hill’s undivided attention
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Kaiserslautern post rolls out new website.
Government outreach to veteran small business operators could be better, says Legion.
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The American Legion’s national commander wants VA to take immediate action to correct deplorable conditions at the Jackson VAMC.
Organization has helped bring more than 150 job fairs this year to veterans, servicemembers and their families in all parts of the United States.
National Commander Dellinger sends letter urging swift action to improve accessibility worldwide, up to Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
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Four Marines killed during range maintenance operation at Camp Pendleton in California.
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For Charles Mowbray, deciding to share his old battle tales cracked opened history for a group of precocious grade school children attempting to preserve veterans’ stories.
University of Illinois breaks ground on center for wounded student veterans.