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National convention attendees in Indianapolis to receive reduced rates for Indiana State Museum, IMAX Theater.
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Legion Riders will kick off 2012 National Convention parade; Philippines, Florida will lead foreign, domestic department contingents.
Party hosted by Department of Indiana and featuring live music will take place during, after annual parade.
The GoGo 3-Wheel scooter will allow national convention attendees to move around more freely.
National Commander Fang Wong will throw out first pitch at Indianapolis Indians baseball game during national convention festivities.
Walking tours of Indiana war memorials, motor coach tour of Indianapolis Motor Speedway among available outings.
Date of annual national convention event moved to Aug. 24 allow for more spectators to attend.
Page designed to create interaction among Legion family members about the national convention, as well as provide updates on 2012 National Convention in Indianapolis.
Washington Conference attendees have opportunity to purchase reduced-price tickets for two Washington Wizards games in February.
Cities wanting to host an American Legion national convention must go through a bid process.
The 2012 National Convention in Indianapolis is a little more than nine months away. A resources list has started and will continue to grow as the event approaches.
Several Indianapolis-area American Legion posts already have offered to open their doors for 2012 National Convention events.
At Fall Meetings in Indianapolis, American Legion leader shares insights after intensive schedule of meetings earlier with members of Congress
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Prior to passage of Resolution No. 1, PNC Spanogle, National Commander Wong make impassioned pleas to keep defense budget intact.
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John H. Geiger Operations Center dedicated today in Indianapolis.
National Executive Committeeman, commission members, and department adjutants and commanders heading to Indianapolis for 2011 Fall Meetings.
The American Legion presented its annual honors to selected employers of veterans, as well as individuals, who aid veterans seeking jobs.
Presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann tells veterans that U.S. can, as Reagan did, resume its place as the ‘free world's leader.'
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Number of awards expanded from one to three, to reflect rise of online journalism.
Secretary of State provides videotaped address while multiple awards were given to honorable Legionnaires and distinguished guests.
Navy veteran Bill Simon says retail giant is adding stores, jobs and opportunities for those who have served in uniform.
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Kevin Schmiegel, vice president of Veterans' Employment Programs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, shared three components in the organization's concerted campaign to employ military veterans.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi told convention delegates that the interests of veterans will be protected during the budget crisis.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller told Convention delegates that the military and those who once served in it shouldn't be on the chopping block when it comes to budget cutbacks.
Secretary Shinseki amplifies Obama's message that veterans can help drive the nation's economic recovery.
During his speech today in Minneapolis, Congressman Tim Walz praised the Legion for being ‘a model for how this nation can function.'
Captain Brian Michel, a volunteer fireman from Pike County, Ga., was honored with The American Legion's Firefighter of the Year award.
Scott Womack, a crime-prevention officer from the Raleigh, N.C., Police Department, was named The American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
On Aug. 29, Legionnaires from the Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Commission paid a visit to recovering troops at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center.
The American Legion Legacy Run broke its 2011 donation goal by almost $200,000.
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