Three Boy Scouts and a Vietnam veteran are bike riding from the Oregon coast to New York City to raise funds for Operation Comfort Warriors.
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Congressional meeting held at Washington office to address benefits access for veterans in Guam, American Samoa and the Northern Marianas.
A renovation project by its own membership has breathed new life into Holbrook Post 114 in Massachusetts,
Elizabeth Ricci, immigration law expert, will moderate citizenship event at Department of Florida convention.
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National Commander Michael D. Helm spent Flag Day in Pilger, Neb., a small town ravaged by last year's deadly tornadoes.
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During recent testimony, a Legion representative noted how consolidation of Department of Veterans Affairs fiduciary programs are hampering advocacy efforts and limiting interaction betreen accredited representatives and the VA.
A key piece of America’s Cold War arsenal is back. NORAD’s iconic Cheyenne Mountain headquarters is open for business - again.
A report states that more than $54.4 million in prosthetics were purchases by VA employees in the Bronx using government credit cards.
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Workplace harassment at VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System has Dennis Haas telling those involved to 'grow up or get off the VA payroll.'
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High school graduates in New York receive gifts they did not expect.
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Event honors the families of those serving in the U.S. Armed Forces and will feature dignitaries, booths, entertainment and activities for children.
The conferences get underway in September.
Michael Cuddyer was presented the 2014 American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year award on June 11.
Legion Riders to join legendary actor to raise funds for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship which helps the children of fallen servicemembers.
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World-reknowned rehab center Cliffside Malibu donates $20,000 to assist with Legion's second TBI-PTSD symposium.
Nine ambitious college freshmen arrived in D.C. this week to see where history was made, honor and remember those who paved the way, and engage with other Samsung American Legion scholars.
Legion-supported oral history collection nearing 100,000 records.
Veteran, PR entrepreneur pens book designed to help transitioning servicemembers use popular networking site to take their next step.
Newest Post 1 Legionnaire gets card and cap at ABMC cemetery event.
For 70 years, Lt. B.R. Kimlau Memorial Post 1291 in New York City’s Chinatown has been an advocate for and source of pride to its community.
Home Depot, Legion unite to build slalom course at facility to help wheelchair patients learn real-world use of their wheelchairs.
Legion has expanded presence in growing Vets GSA event that provides wide range of resources to veterans and their families.
A town hall meeting and a three-day Veterans Benefits Center will be held in Tomah.
Kansas City Royals standout honored prior to June 6 game with Texas Rangers.
La Fiere Bridge commemoration dedicated to the 82nd Airborne and its role in D-Day success.
Legion delegation visits Normandy American Cemetery at Omaha Beach
The new initiative, Summer of Service, is similar to the VAVS program, which Legionnaires have volunteered countless hours with since 1947.
Army general meets Legion delegation, urges support as defense cuts are causing issues with troop readiness amid concerns in Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.
Commander and national president lay wreaths, learn how Belgian post is honoring the fallen of World War I.
President Clinton, a Boys State and Nation alumnus, also will be inducted into Arkansas Boys State Hall of Fame.