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Thousands of Legionnaires will descend on "Charm City" to hear from nation's leaders, conduct valuable workshops and consider resolultions that will shape the organization's future.
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Several items on Baltimore calendar will be streamed live on www.legiontv.org.
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Convention goers can sail through time and cast eyes on a priceless collection of ancient ship models, art, weapons and other artifacts at the U.S. Naval Academy Museum.
The documentary film directed by award-winning filmmaker Ric Burns will be screened Aug. 28 for convention attendees.
Army veteran and 'Dancing With the Stars' alum Noah Galloway will open the 97th American Legion National Convention in Baltimore.
Servicemembers, veterans and spouses invited to Transition and Benefits Career Fair on Sept. 1 in Baltimore.
Attending an American Legion national convention is an opportunity to meet others from around the country and to learn more about the organization.
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A 100th Anniversary Workshop will be held during the 97th National Convention in Baltimore.
Convention-goers encouraged to plan ahead to be able to give in Baltimore.
Deadline for Band Contest is June 1; Color Guard Contest deadline is July 24.
New York Legionnaire dedicated to gathering medals from every Legion national convention.
A number of meetings to be held at downtown Indianapolis Sheraton.
National commander and National Executive Committee to review commission reports, discuss Legion priorities and vote on resolutions.
The American Legion hosted a two-day small business workshop for veterans and servicemembers.
At a dinner event during its national convention, The American Legion helped soldiers and Marines prepare for civilian life.
More than $1.4 million donated to various Legion charitable funds during 2014 national convention in Charlotte.
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Veteran-friendly businesses and individuals recognized at the Legion’s 96th national convention
UPS' vice president of U.S. Operations tells national convention that his company''s veteran employees are an investment paying dividends.
Mike Helm's prepared remarks for his acceptance speech as national commander.
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Newly elected National Commander Mike Helm urges Legionnaires to live, honor the traditions and values established by Legion's founders.
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After hundreds of community service projects at posts over the last three years, foundation executive director announces plan to grow alliance even further.
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Chairman of national commission calls on Legion to help America honor those who served in World War I.
Fourth Estate Award winners for print, broadcast and new media announced in Charlotte.
During an OCW donation to a North Carolina VA, Keith Melick and Roy Wilkins met for the first time in 10 years.
Andrew Aninsman was recognized with the Legion's National Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award during national convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Sara Shaffer recieved The American Legion's Firefighter of the Year Award during the national convention in Charlotte, N.C.
USAA senior vice president offers a simple recipe to guide employers who want to hire veterans.
Both senators thank Legion for its service, pledge to help turnaround at Department of Veterans Affairs.