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Washington Conference attendees have opportunity to purchase reduced-price tickets for two Washington Wizards games in February.
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Several Indianapolis-area American Legion posts already have offered to open their doors for 2012 National Convention events.
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.
Cities wanting to host an American Legion national convention must go through a bid process.
National Executive Committeeman, commission members, and department adjutants and commanders heading to Indianapolis for 2011 Fall Meetings.
John H. Geiger Operations Center dedicated today in Indianapolis.
Prior to passage of Resolution No. 1, PNC Spanogle, National Commander Wong make impassioned pleas to keep defense budget intact.
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At Fall Meetings in Indianapolis, American Legion leader shares insights after intensive schedule of meetings earlier with members of Congress
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Post 472 takes titles in two competitions of The American Legion National Convention Color Guard Contest in Minneapolis.
Head of National Cemetery Administration says while his agency doesn’t have oversight over Arlington National Cemetery, many former NCA employees are working to reverse the cemetery’s tarnished image.
Col. Greg Gadson's service to his fellow soldiers didn't stop after an IED took his legs.
American Legion/David Law Firm 76 Freedom Car driver Jerick Johnson added to his top-10 finishes Saturday at Elko Speedway where stands were filled with Legionnaires.
The American Legion Legacy Run broke its 2011 donation goal by almost $200,000.
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New VA initiative seeks make sure servicemembers transitioning into student life have a support system in place.
On Aug. 29, Legionnaires from the Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Commission paid a visit to recovering troops at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center.
New York-based group captures Natonal Convention Concert Band Contest.
Scott Womack, a crime-prevention officer from the Raleigh, N.C., Police Department, was named The American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
Legion, U.S. Chamber of Commerce job fair brings togethers more than 60 employers, 350 job seekers.
National commander praises organization for ‘serving America's veterans every day.'
Congress to consider legislation that would increase list to include Blue Water Navy Vietnam vets.
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Captain Brian Michel, a volunteer fireman from Pike County, Ga., was honored with The American Legion's Firefighter of the Year award.
Nearly 125 injured veterans were greeted by Legionnaires Saturday evening in Minneapolis after completing a five-day, 270-mile cycling journey.
During his speech today in Minneapolis, Congressman Tim Walz praised the Legion for being ‘a model for how this nation can function.'
The new online tool helps veterans, servicemembers, military families and caregivers to learn about and apply for VA benefits.
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Secretary Shinseki amplifies Obama's message that veterans can help drive the nation's economic recovery.
National Chaplain delivers powerful message during patriotic memorial service at national convention.
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.
Mother Nature provides ideal weather for the 2011 National Convention parade.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi told convention delegates that the interests of veterans will be protected during the budget crisis.
The American Legion held a roundtable discussion Aug. 25 at the Hilton Minneapolis that focused upon issues affecting student veterans on college and university campuses.