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The Commander's Call of the 50th American Legion Washington Conference will be streamed live on www.legion.org Tuesday, March 2, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
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National commander's 1960 vision for a more unified voice in the nation's capital launched a lasting series of high-profile Legion gatherings.
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Washington Conference 2010 schedule
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Several American Legion posts and other venues have expressed a desire to host functions during the 2010 National Convention in Milwaukee.
Country music star Aaron Tippin has made several trips to Afghanistan and Iraq.
Several businesses will offer scooter rental during the 91st National Convention.
Milwaukee is a premiere Midwestern meeting destination. State-of-the-art convention facilities are conveniently located at Midwest Airlines Center.
Key resolutions passed at the 2009 Fall National Executive Committee Meetings in Indianapolis.
The National Commander laid out the challenges ahead during the National Executive Committee's Fall Meetings in Indianapolis.
Legionnaires flock to Louisville to reflect on a year of accomplishment, plan for a year of growth.
Clarence Hill, a retired Navy captain from Jacksonville, Fla., is The American Legion’s new national commander.
Clarence Hill, a retired Navy captain, was elected The American Legion’s new national commander Aug. 27 at the organization’s 91st National Convention in Louisville, Ky.
In his acceptance speech at the Louisville convention, newly elected Legion commander Clarence Hill advocated the use of more computer technology and social networking to reach veterans of all ages, from all wars.
Gen. David H. Petraeus received The American Legion’s highest honor - the Distinguished Service Medal - at the 91st National Convention in Louisville, Ky.
In Louisville, The American Legion recognized one member of each armed service for community service with its Spirit of Service Award.
Sunday’s parade marched down Main Street in Louisville for more than two hours and featured representatives from all 55 American Legion departments.
“33 Minutes” focuses on the need for a credible missile defense system to ensure our national security against such threats as North Korea and Iran.
USA TODAY will receive The American Legion’s Fourth Estate Award during the Legion’s 91st National Convention in Louisville, Ky., on Aug. 27.