The 98 young men from 49 states will spend a week learning about the structure and function of federal government.
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National Commander Helm: Report of more than 200,000 veterans dying while waiting for VA care ‘mind-boggling.'
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Online registration open until Aug. 1 for annual motorcycle ride benefiting the Legacy Fund.
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The toolkit was created to educate veterans about the program.
Veterans receive help, peace of mind after coming to Legion's Veterans Benefits Center in Louisiana.
Legion opposes the 40,000 reduction in Army troops.
Legion members will receive a 10 percent discount on monthly mobile service
Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors provides $10,000 worth of amenities, rehab materials to Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System.
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By resolution, Legion supports 'Keystone XL,' the proposed predecessor pipeline which would bring 42,000 jobs and $3.4 billion in growth.
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The Immune Deficiency Foundation presented the Legion's Child Welfare Foundation with its Impact Award.
After nearly 70 years, Gladys "Bunny" Strong, a Marine, became a member of The American Legion.
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Does my family qualify for VA benefits due to water contamination at Camp Lejeune?
Department of Veterans Affairs staff briefs New Orleans veterans on status of $1 billion hospital project during American Legion town hall meeting.
Legionnaire’s goal is to help warship return to Normandy. But along the way, he is inspiring others and re-energizing interest in the war’s history.
After 2,500 miles, William Shatner and Legion Riders bring the Rivet Ride into Los Angeles – raising awareness and funds for the Legacy Scholarship along the way.
Breakfast to be held Aug. 31, during national convention in Baltimore.
American Legion, Citizens Flag Alliance disgusted by anarchist group’s demonstration and the message behind it.
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Dozens of veterans get answers during Legion's Veterans Benefits Center in Tomah, Wis.
Scott L. Scarborough, president of University of Akron, was elected governor of Texas Boys State 35 years ago - it helped him become who he is today.
At Department of Florida's convention, attorney Elizabeth Ricci says veterans not born in this country should make sure they're actually citizens.
Following recent allegations in Tomah, Wisc., The American Legion is urging Congress to pass legislation that would benefit veterans receiving VA care and prescriptions.
St. Louis Cardinals relief pitcher Mitch Harris is the first Naval Academy graduate to appear in the bigs in 94 years.
Rivet Ride hits Arizona and turns its sights toward Las Vegas – all while raising awareness about The American Legion Legacy Fund.
Terry Woodburn served 15 years as the state adjutant and was involved with the Legacy Run from its beginning 10 years ago.