A ground up, tech-based rebuild is underway to end the backlog crisis.
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Legionnaires, support your country by encouraging citizens to cast their ballot in their local, state and federal elections.
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A submarine commander's sons succeeded in locating the watery grave of their father and his crew.
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VA will publish a proposed regulation in the Federal Register establishing new presumptions of service connection for nine infectious diseases associated with military service.
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April 1 is the deadline for Legion departments to submit their nominations to National Headquarters.
On April 11, The American Legion National Oratorical Championship Contest will be streamed live via the Legion's Web site.
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VA has launched its National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, a phone service that links homeless and at-risk veterans to appropriate VA and community-based resources.
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Legion representative takes part in conference call on hyperbaric oxygen treatment for traumatic brain injury.
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VA's claims backlog, the 2012 budget and the GI Bill among the issues discussed.
Legionnaires can support children and youth by raising funds to benefit their local Children's Miracle Network hospital.
Contractor walks away from bidding on next generation of Air Force tankers, taking away perhaps the best mission-capable candidate from the equation.
The Legion is being urged to support two bills that would rescue native people who fought with Americans in the Vietnam War.
Across the country, posts gear up to mark the 91st birthday of The American Legion.
The military is focusing its efforts on being greener with lights, aircraft, vehicles, ships and weapons, but is it for the right reasons?
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Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is constitutional is "a great victory for common sense."
VA's Center for Veterans Enterprise (CVE) characterized as "critically ineffective, understaffed, underfunded and marginalized" in Legion's March 11 testimony.
Legionnaires Dick Eldridge and Karl Koles get a special look at the new HBO series "The Pacific" at the White House with President Obama.
Information about new VA programs, policies and plans.
Legion, other VSOs meet to look at ways to improving VA's benefits system.
A look at key pieces of legislation and hearings moving through or being conducted in Congress.
April conference brings together more than 60 organizations that participate in VA Volunteer Service.
The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts program will resume March 13 for the more than 136,000 spouses who already have established an account.
Through its multiple programs, the Army Family Covenant initiative is taking care of the families of the men and women in uniform.
As a member of the Veterans' Consortium Executive Board, the organization works with other VSOs and individuals to provide free legal representation to veterans.
Adding new staff and improving IT management two of the keys for VA secretary's plan delivered to House Committee on Veterans' Affairs on Wednesday.
Review includes notes and articles regarding current "hot topics" involving the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Those veterans who received advance education benefits payments last fall can contact VA by phone or online.
Clarence Hill reports from Washington, D.C., about his recent trips to West Virginia, the Carolinas, Illinois and other places of Legion interest.
The login and password e-mailed to coaches to access The American Legion's baseball Web site is getting lost in the junk and spam folder.
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Natalie Baca has stayed active in various campus activities since her freshman year at Carroll College in Montana.