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Hill tips the red cap to those who make the Legion a force for our nation.
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Ad-hoc committee formed during Fall Meetings will investigate current treatments and alternative ways to treat ‘signature wound.’
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Commission and committee members, along with the National Executive Committee, will converge on Indianapolis for a busy five days.
Legion receives Freedom Fighter Award before passing resolution to protect indigenous Vietnam War allies.
A National Guardsman who went beyond the call of duty and two NYC street vendors who helped expose the ‘Times Square Bomb' receive the prestigious award.
The Boy Scouts of America join Henry Ford, Douglas MacArthur and Bob Hope as recipients of The American Legion's Distinguished Service Medal.
The Spirit of Service award was given to representatives from the five armed services during The American Legion National Convention in Milwaukee.
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig presented the Legion's James V. Day "Good Guy " Award.
POW/MIA detectives appeal for donation of DNA samples from military families.
Michael Peterson and 4TROOPS perform in front of 2,000 convention attendees and Milwaukee locals to raise money for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
DoD, VA secretaries on schedule; Rep. Boehner to speak on Iraq security to convention delegates.
Failure to register with Selective Service can have a lasting, negative impact.
Climbing temperatures and high humidity weren't enough to deter a sense of obligation for those who marched in Sunday's national convention parade.
Approximately 50 Ride 2 Recovery participants arrive at American Legion National Convention in Milwaukee.
Event connects more than 50 veteran-friendly employers with about 200 veterans looking for jobs.
Post 472 of Harrisburg wins Military Open Class, Advancing/Retrieving Colors competitions.
The work of today's Legion demands social networking, says Department of Defense official.
New veterans center opens in Milwaukee with local American Legion help.
Legion symposium attempts to breed an understanding between the academic community and veterans moving onto college.
Legionnaires, Army Reserve troops, city officials and local citizens celebrated the rededication of 50-foot in diameter Legion emblem first created in 1930s.
'History of The American Legion: A National Legacy,' will be available for purchase at the Emblem Sales booth at the 92nd National Convention in Milwaukee.
An education symposium kicks off events Aug. 26; the schedule concludes with the election of the 2010-2011 national commander Sept. 2.
92nd National Convention's parade is scheduled for 4 p.m. Aug. 29 in Milwaukee.
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National Commander Clarence Hill tells NEC the Legion is willing to work with VA to improve the department's veterans hiring practices.
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Music group of former soldiers will perform at The American Legion's 92nd National Convention.
Clarence Hill reports from Washington, D.C., about his recent trips to West Virginia, the Carolinas, Illinois and other places of Legion interest.
Seven tours encompassing a wide range of Milwaukee's culture and history are available to Legion family members.
American Legion National Commander Clarence Hill will wrap up the 50th Washington Conference Wednesday afternoon by meeting with President Obama in the Oval Office.
Hill climbs The Hill during American Legion's 50th Washington Conference.