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American Legion National Commander visits historic veterans retreat center, sponsored by the Department of Michigan.
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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.
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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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Ten years after terrorist attacks, American Legion National Commander Fang Wong of New York considers the accomplishments and challenges of a new era
Jobless veterans and claims backlog were among topics for National Commander in his address to House and Senate members.
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Commander Fang A. Wong and VA Secretary Eric Shinseki discussed ways to improve VA claims backlog and student veterans success on campus.
New York Legionnaire will ‘serve with PRIDE' during 2011-2012.
Commemorative events fill weekend in Normandy.
Wreath-laying ceremonies and parades highlight second day of Normandy commemorations.
National Commander Jimmie Foster joins dignitaries from around the world at rededication ceremony in France for a historic World War II monument.
Foster regards Frank Buckles as symbolic of the generation that gave birth to The American Legion.
National Commander speaks at Abraham Lincoln's tomb in honor of the former president's birthday.
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National Commander Jimmie Foster and Auxiliary President Carlene Ashworth toured the Orient, personally expressing thanks to U.S. military for their service.
National Commander Jimmie Foster hopes the 112th Congress moves in the same direction as the Congress before it.
Legionnaires everywhere can follow Jimmie Foster's travels as national commander by becoming a ‘Fan' of his on Facebook.