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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.
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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
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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 Operation Comfort Warriors program collects donations, then purchases and delivers comfort items to warrior transition units or military hospitals.
The American Legion’s national commander, Jim Koutz, is proud to be a Hoosier and a Vietnam veteran.
The American Legion has several membership incentive programs that create competition and excitement while growing the organization.
Indiana Legionnaire says challenges facing organization, America's veterans can be overcome.
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Newly elected national commander, James Koutz, touts Operation Comfort Warriors as his project this year.
Reduced readiness. Thousands of jobs lost. Is a weakened military really the solution to a weak economy?
American Legion National Commander visits historic veterans retreat center, sponsored by the Department of Michigan.
Statue by famed sculptor Greg Wyatt finds temporary quarters at Legion’s D.C. office.
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Wong lays wreaths, visits historical D-Day sites as he wraps up his Normandy tour.
National Commander and Auxiliary National President accept recognition on behalf of Legion Family during 68th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Photo by Doug Malin
Surprise meeting with Air Force Academy cadet illustrates how military experience links generations.
Ceremonies marking the 68th anniversary of Normandy invasion begin in Angoville-au-Plain.
Legion staff will attend The American Legion Post 754 in New York City’s dinner reception for the Commander, who will address the importance of education and jobs for veterans.
VA, DoD budgets, veterans employment among the issues discussed by national commander, President Obama.
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National Commander Fang A. Wong featured on the USA Today editorial page, Legion position given voice on National Public Radio.
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