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National commander glad New York Times published letter, disappointed it printed 'agenda-driven' piece.
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National commander talks veterams employment and benefits with the president during meeting at the White House shortly after hour-long meeting with Departments of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki.
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National Commander Daniel Dellinger will meet one on one with President Barack Obama and Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki on Friday.
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National commander testified that The American Legion will keep asking the hard questions about VA accountability and so should Congress.
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American Legion National Commander issues statement regarding Wednesday’s mass shooting.
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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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In Congressional testimony, National Commander Dellinger warns of coming challenges to delivery of veterans health care and benefits.
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National Commander Daniel Dellinger among spectators as President Obama presents Medals of Honor to 24 World War II, Korean and Vietnam War veterans.
National commander calls on lawmakers to ignore those who complain that military benefits are too generous.
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As tornado and wildfire seasons approach, National Commander Dellinger reiterates the need for donations to assist disaster victims.
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American Legion leader says no other issues need to be attached to legislation to improve health care, education, employment and benefits for those who served our nation.
Fair pay and benefits needed to maintain quality volunteer force.
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National Commander addresses Ruth Marcus’ claims that military retirement benefits are ‘extraordinarily generous.’
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During his speech outside Lincoln’s tomb, Legion national commander calls on Congress to remember the 16th president’s vow to care for veterans.
The inspirational story of the Dorchester's Four Chaplains still resonates today.
A Paid Up for Life Membership means no more dues notices, a lifetime subscription to The American Legion Magazine, and never being at risk of facing a dues increase.
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National Commander calls on Legionnaires to contact their elected officials and ask them to vote against the $6.3 billion benefits cut.
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American Legion vows to continue fight for Mt. Soledad Cross.
Remember those in harm’s way this season
Four Marines killed during range maintenance operation at Camp Pendleton in California.
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Dellinger says ground must be regained on the claims backlog as elected leaders work toward a lasting solution to the funding crisis.
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National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger says Legion has responsibility to draw attention to impact government shutdown has on veterans.
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National Commander Dan Dellinger implores Congress to end the government shutdown to ensure veterans benefits don’t disappear on Nov 1.
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National Commander Dellinger will discuss the shutdown’s ongoing negative effects on Oct. 15 at the Indiana War Memorial in Indianapolis
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National Commander Dan Dellinger makes strong appeal to end government shutdown and threat to veterans’ benefits.
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National commander to discuss government shutdown during 10 a.m. press conference Oct. 4 in nation’s capital.
National Commander Dan Dellinger made a living in construction, so trust him when he says the Legion’s foundation is solid.
National commander: national security cannot be diminished in the event of a federal government shutdown.
Topics covered included VA outreach to veterans, helping veterans find jobs, reducing the claims backlog, avoiding TRICARE hikes, and results of the Legion’s research into treatments for TBI and PTSD.