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Legionnaires can obtain discounted rates through Delta Airlines and United Airlines.
Legion’s National Membership & Post Activities Committee members meeting in Indianapolis to review five-year membership plan.
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Can I transfer my VA education benefits to a dependent?
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The American Legion will conduct a town hall meeting and operate a Veterans Benefits Center next week in the Tampa area for veterans and family members.
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Grants can be used to make necessary improvements at Legion posts, Legionnaires' homes.
Riders from multiple chapters deliver holiday cheer, stockings to residents of VA community living center, dorm.
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President Jim Grosset sends message to membership.
Post 145 in Avon provided nearly 200 presents, a lunch and more to Indiana National Guard families.
Visit post website to see pictures of holiday activities.
VA does the right thing, but only after legal action halted construction on one of its new hospitals.
Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act requires all members of the U.S. military to receive annual mental health assessments beginning in 2015.
Members of well-known veterans service organizations met at Legion Post 24 in Alexandria, Va., on Dec. 19, to meet, greet and form alliances.
A blind drawing was conducted to identify the World Series division pairings and game times.
New American Legion hub provides wealth of resources for transitioning troops and their families.
As the rest of the world slashes defense budgets, China is moving in the opposite direction.
Help welcome, needed.
Post 331 in Stone Harbor raises funds to send two Coast Guardsmen from Training Center Cape May home to spend holidays with their families
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The Legion Family branded kiosk will help raise $4 million and increase membership to four million.
Department of Illinois' Legion family caravan travels to 19 posts in nine days to collect membership cards.
“Women Proudly Served” dog tag tack now available through Emblem Sales.