The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts program will resume March 13 for the more than 136,000 spouses who already have established an account.
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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.
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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.
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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.
Involved with the program for more than 20 years, Lee Harris shares his insight on The American Legion's National Oratorical Championship Contest.
For service-disabled veterans to gain federal procurements, they need to know the language of the business.
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Emblem Sales orders production of coin after Legionnaire offers up the idea.
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Seven tours encompassing a wide range of Milwaukee's culture and history are available to Legion family members.
Representative praised for fighting to improve entrepreneurial opportunities for veterans.
Legion hopes to hit 90 percent of 2009-2010 membership goal by next week.
Award recipient feels 'really good inside' about the work he does for fellow veterans.
Fed up with the way the military was being portrayed in Hollywood, Brandon Millett and Laura Law-Millett did something about it.
VA budget and claims backlog, Legion troop-support programs and concurrent receipt among the issues discussed in the Oval Office.
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Washington Conference panel urges local communities to help returning servicemembers connect the dots at home.
American Legion National Commander Clarence Hill will wrap up the 50th Washington Conference Wednesday afternoon by meeting with President Obama in the Oval Office.
Hill climbs The Hill during American Legion's 50th Washington Conference.
In honor of black history month, National Adjutant Daniel S. Wheeler spoke before The African American Consortium at the War Memorial in Baltimore on Feb. 27.
National Commander Clarence E. Hill explains how the Legion has made a difference in the past year during the Washington Conference Commander's Call.
The nation's only festival dedicated to honoring military films will be the recipient of The American Legion National Commander's Public Relations Award during a luncheon at the Renaissance Hotel on Wednesday.
Through the House of Representative's Wounded Warrior Program, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Michael Collins has found a way to make a difference for fellow veterans.
Panel discussion addresses the importance of Legionnaires volunteering in various areas to serve their fellow veterans.
March 8 is the deadline for American Legion state departments to submit the names of winners participating in the Legion's 73rd National Oratorical Championship Contest to national headquarters.
Issues faced by women veterans got front-and-center treatment Feb. 26 on the last day of The American Legion's Department Service Officers School.
At its Homeless Veterans' Provider Workshop last week, The American Legion continued its campaign of advocacy and assistance for homeless vets.
Fly-fishing therapy saves self-esteem, marriages of wounded warriors.