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Wreaths placed at lesser-known cemetery where 4,410 Americans are laid to rest.
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Flag raising at Normandy American Cemetery begins a day of World War II commemorations.
Birthplace of The American Legion marked on narrow street in Paris.
Regarding the colors of our nation
On Memorial Day, remember not only veterans who were close to you, but all veterans who gave their all.
The importance of remembrance
When children are caught in a crisis
Koutz Scouts offers monetary incentive for 2012 top-level Legion recruiters.
Network issues statement following backlash toward episode of ‘The Amazing Race’ found disrespectful to Vietnam War veterans.
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National commander calls recent ‘The Amazing Race’ a ‘disgraceful slap-in-the face administered to American war heroes.’
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Sports equipment will help recovering warriors heal, get stronger and train for competitions.
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Testimony touches on veterans employment, honoring a commitment to those who have served.
Hard work paying off on veterans job front
American Legion leader meets with president to discuss the VA backlog and how to turn military experience into credits for career credentials.
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American Legion National Commander James E. Koutz responds to the president’s State of the Union address.
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VA site visits focus on women’s care
National Commander Jim E. Koutz helped deliver $4,500 worth of gifts to recovering servicemembers at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Ga.
National Commander says Michael Moore's New Year's resolution to not support U.S. troops is possible because “American troops have fought and given their lives for freedom.”
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The need for a growing membership
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Obama touches on veterans employment during Veterans Day ceremony attended by American Legion National Commander James Koutz at Arlington National Cemetery.
We must always be grateful for the dedication and accomplishments of the men and women among us who've worn the uniform of our country.
The American Legion promises to work with the president to strengthen VA health-care programs and reduce the disability claims backlog.
New goal for Operation Comfort Warriors
In his address to the first session of Fall Meetings, national commander stressed the need for absentee ballots to be cast and correctly counted.
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Defense budget should never have been forced to face sequestration.
House, Senate committee members engage Legion in lengthy discussion of variety of issues following national commander's testimony.
The American Legion’s national commander, Jim Koutz, is proud to be a Hoosier and a Vietnam veteran.
The American Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors program collects donations, then purchases and delivers comfort items to warrior transition units or military hospitals.
The American Legion has several membership incentive programs that create competition and excitement while growing the organization.