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The Department of Veteran Affairs is hosting a National Veterans Small Business Engagement event in Atlanta in December; Legion reps will be on hand to promote the organization's training and services to veteran small business owners.
National Commander Helm, Auxiliary National President Janet Jefford serve dinner to U.S., South Korean troops at Camp Bonifas.
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Nebraska-based group raised $4,300 for the program last year and will collect donations as they criss-cross the state again in 2015.
Three state veterans homes in Idaho have received nearly $1.5 million in food and monetary donations over 32 years thanks to Idaho Legion family members.
VA's Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan program offers lower fixed-rate adjustments to VA home loans.
Stuck in a dead-end career? Following these seven steps can help get you out and on the path to a better job.
American Legion national commander says one dismissal in Phoenix does not restore accountability, but it’s a start.
One hundred percent of donations to NEF go toward grants for Legionnaires, posts and family members who are dealing with the after-effects of an emergency situation.
During his visit, National Commander Helm briefed on a a Filipino government agency's decision to suspend burials at the Clark Veterans Cemetery.
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The Department of Iowa partnered with a local radio station on Veterans Day to support the Legion’s Temporary Financial Assistance program.
Department of Energy hopes to identify service skills and experience that leads to careers in the energy industry.
National Commander Helm in Vietnam, Lao, "for the families" of those missing in action.
Though applauding some aspects of President Obama’s executive order, National Commander Helm reiterates organization’s long-standing position on the issue.
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National commander warns of national security risks, calls for citizenship “the right way.”
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Site offers interactive job searches, videos and more to show how veterans can succeed in employment and business.
Puerto Rico post, unit put up "Healing Field" in St. Thomas.
Post BE02 Halloween in Belgium creates one-stop candy shop.
Without the rest of the world noticing, Russia is slowly moving into the Arctic regions, possibly to the detriment of other nations.
Many GI Bill-eligible programs currently receive no scrutiny from the agency most familiar with those education benefits.
The pending legislation would provide more resources for evaluating complementary and alternative medical treatments.
Chapter 60 in Logansport, Ind., still involved with homeless veterans facility after donating $3,000 to sponsor an apartment there.
Veteran and military musicians, including two Legionnaires, collaborate on CD; proceeds going to veterans causes.
The American Legion's new executive director guests on 'Washington Journal.'
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Tasty lunch and soothing music, courtesy of American Legion volunteers and donors, give wounded servicemembers an enjoyable afternoon.
Team Depot, Rebuilding Together team up to provide much-needed renovations to St. Louis Legionnaire's home.
Eligible veterans can now choose between VA or private health care, if wait times are too long or distance is an issue, but that choice has limits.
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