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Military movie collection available for screenings

Military movie collection available for screenings

“Best of the GI Film Festival” films and select military movies available in time for Veterans Day events.

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'I am grateful for The American Legion'

'I am grateful for The American Legion'

More than 390 veterans get help at the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in Washington, D.C.

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Disabled veterans honored by memorial in D.C.

Disabled veterans honored by memorial in D.C.

Nation's first memorial dedicated to disabled servicemen and women allows tells the stories of their journeys and sacrifices.

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Wisconsin governor recalls Boys Nation experience

Wisconsin governor recalls Boys Nation experience

Before becoming Wisconsin's highest executive official, Scott Walker was once a rising high school senior who moved through Badger Boys State and ultimately Boys Nation.

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One-on-one advocacy for those who need it

One-on-one advocacy for those who need it

Nearly 200 veterans get help in the first two days of the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in D.C.

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Bridging the military-to-civilian gap

Bridging the military-to-civilian gap

Legion's credentialing working group meets in D.C. office ahead of February summit.

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A better environment for veterans

A better environment for veterans

Legion Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Division Chairman Ralph Bozella reflects on the success of the Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Centers, the future of outreach centers.

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Legion to Obama: Implore Mexican authorities to release Marine veteran

National commander calls on presiden to demand release of jailed U.S. Marine veteran Andrew Tahmooressi.

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Second call to Fall Meeting

Second call to Fall Meeting

Meeting to be held Oct. 15.

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National Security report - 9/26/14

Week ending 9/26/14 NATIONAL SECURITY

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Heroes Welcome

Through the Citizen Honors program, Medal of Honor recipients recognize the extraordinary deeds of ordinary Americans.

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Strength through truth

For 50 years, the Defense Information School has turned out highly trained journalists, broadcasters and public affairs professionals.

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I Am The American Legion - Bob Skinner

“The people in The American Legion are generous. The people in The American Legion care about you.”

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The Family Man

National Commander Mike Helm takes care of those next to him, at home and in the Legion.

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Fire Fight

For more than a century, the U.S. military has provided critical support battling blazes in the West.

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VA launches Burn Pit Registry

Q. Am I eligible to take VA’s Burn Pit questionnaire?

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Boys State programs go mobile

Boys State programs go mobile

Department of Kansas, California introduced mobile website, phone app to give delegates convenient access to program resources.

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'Long May It Wave'

The American Legion has long championed “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which outlasted other contenders to become our national anthem.

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Support Commander Helm’s fundraising goal of $4 million

Support Commander Helm’s fundraising goal of $4 million

Donations will go toward American Legion Charities to support veterans, military personnel, families and communities.

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Oak Ridge Boys unite with Legion

Oak Ridge Boys unite with Legion

Grammy Award-winning musicians lend their hearts and voices to help support veterans through The American Legion.

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Legion, Loudoun County support local veterans

Legion, Loudoun County support local veterans

Legion posts and the Loudoun County government in northern Virginia honor and reach out to veterans at the “Salute to Military, Veterans and Families” event.

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Legion gives D.C. veterans a voice

Legion gives D.C. veterans a voice

Legion town hall meeting empowers veterans to speak up about their experiences with the DC VA Medical Center.

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Helm to McDonald: A strong VA is 'essential'

Helm to McDonald: A strong VA is 'essential'

American Legion National Commander Mike Helm spoke with the VA secretary on moving forward together to improve the timely delivery of health care to veterans.

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NFL coach, Legionnaire father reflect on military life

NFL coach, Legionnaire father reflect on military life

Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera learned important values and work ethic from his father, Eugenio, a longtime Army officer.

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Memorial gives overdue recognition to nation's disabled vets

Memorial gives overdue recognition to nation's disabled vets

Legion a long-time supporter of the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial, the first memorial honoring country's 4 million disabled veterans.

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Commander: Not the time to shortchange DoD

Commander: Not the time to shortchange DoD

This week’s ISIS air strikes, and the continuing need for ground forces, illustrate that defense cuts and troop reductions are unwise in a time of war.

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Cold War veterans reunite in Alaska

Cold War veterans reunite in Alaska

Reunion took place at Chena Lakes in North Pole, Alaska.

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'They've given me hope'

'They've given me hope'

87 veterans visit Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Center in Medford, Ore., in another successful outreach effort.

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National Security report - 9/19/14

Week ending 9/19/14 NATIONAL SECURITY

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Legion provides much-needed venue for Oregon veterans

Legion provides much-needed venue for Oregon veterans

Access, customer service and other issues with VA come up during Legion town hall meeting in White City.

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