As a U.S. Army soldier during the Vietnam War, Art Schwabe never had to jump out of an airplane. Neither did Mike McDaniel, who served in the Marine Corps from 1975 to 2004.
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Doctors are prescribing too many opioid painkillers to young veterans, leading to addictions and accidental overdoses.
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Operation Comfort Warriors program purchased golf clubs and treated servicemembers to a round of golf.
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Are there scams that I should watch out for with VA pensions?
Rodney Atkins, Corey Smith and The Charlie Daniels Band to kick off the 2014 American Legion World Series in Shelby, N.C., with live performances.
Secretary of Defense announces new agency to locate, identify and repatriate missing military personnel.
American Legion executive director discussed the delivery of care and benefits to veterans.
The American Legion contest will be streamed live April 6 at 10 a.m. (EDT) on www.legiontv.org.
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Department of Minnesota presents iPad, iPod to U.S. Army private suffering from traumatic brain injury.
The American Legion wants to strengthen provisions of two pending House bills with the change of a single word.
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VA says it sees no need for independent oversight of its medical center construction; The American Legion disagrees.
Two of the Legion’s key concerns are a flawed work-credit system and the perennial lack of a universal electronic health record.
American Legion national commander met with several lawmakers during Washington Conference.
Retraining program for older veterans set to expire March 31. Legion appeals for extension.
The Aleethia Foundation hosted its annual dinner in Washington, D.C., for 30 servicemembers and their families.
Three Americans recognized by Congressional Medal of Honor Society for their selfless, heroic acts in assisting others.
Musée Carnavalet preparing 70th-anniversary exhibition.
Six for six at the 90-percent membership cutoff mark.
In Congressional testimony, National Commander Dellinger warns of coming challenges to delivery of veterans health care and benefits.
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South Carolina senator tells Washington Conference attendees that without the Legion, COLA cuts wouldn’t have been repealed.
The chairman of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs pledges his support for many Legion policies regarding the nation's veterans.
After being broken into pieces from a tornado, the World War I statue was restored and rededicated.
Humanist groups and other critics claim that war monuments with Christian symbols violate the Constitution’s Establishment Clause.
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Legion's Homeless Veterans Roundtable discusses progress made and challenges remaining.
National commander calls on Legionnaires to speak out on behalf of nation's veterans, military during visits on Capitol Hill this week.
Student Veterans of America Million Records Project shows that users of the GI Bill are graduating at a rate similar to traditional college students.
Legion-sponsored two-day business workshop, For HEROES, proves 'extremely valuable.'
Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee tells Legion that a smaller U.S. military will have a worldwide effect.
Sunny Farrand of California makes final cut for Champions of Care Challenge.
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Help is available for veterans and servicemembers who have been cheated or harassed by financial scammers.