Deadline for Band Contest is June 1; Color Guard Contest deadline is July 24.
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Thirty resolutions approved at National Executive Committee meeting in Indianapolis earlier this month.
'JAG' and government lawyers often make decisions based not on law, but politics and social concerns - which impedes war efforts.
The Legion is uniting with We Are The Mighty, the first media and lifestyle brand for, by and about the military community.
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Adam Sandoval and canine pal 'Scooter' raise scholarship money for children of slain servicemembers on record-breaking motorcycle run.
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Legion urged House members to pass The Veterans Access to Community Care Act at recent hearing.
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Ethan Copple of Elkhorn, Neb., receives high Scouting honor, $10,000 scholarship from the Legion.
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Twenty percent of proceeds will be donated to The American Legion to help fulfill its commitment to assist those who have served or currently serving.
New York Legionnaire dedicated to gathering medals from every Legion national convention.
Donations during the annual Spring Meetings bring donation totals above National Commander Helm's goal of $4 million.
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Community comes together to help renovate Legion post in Hoboken hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.
Passed at Spring Meetings, Resolution 20 calls upon posts and departments to embrace next-generation vets groups in their areas.
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On May 23, American Legion Riders will conduct a formal wreath-laying at Arlington National Cemetery's Civil War Unknowns Monument.
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Georgia's Fifth District provides a day of fishing, fun and fellowship for veterans, their families.
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Event provides insights into New York's Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Act, recently signed into law.
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.
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.
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.