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An increase of $5 per year needed to fulfill Legion’s mission to assist veterans, troops, youth and those coming home from war.
Rhiann Travis of Weatherford, Texas, wins precision crown, Adam McClintock of Tucson, Ariz., captures sporter title in Legion’s 25th annual Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship.
American Legion Post 70 in Nutley, N.J.
A member of Post 36 in Windsor Locks, Conn., Cutler has since given several benches to World War II and Vietnam veterans.
Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Oregon, Virginia and Wisconsin
OCW and the Legacy Scholarship Fund.
The bill creates a new identification card for a requesting veteran who is neither entitled to military retired pay nor enrolled in the VA health-care system.
See what credentials are acceptable for admittance to all national convention venues.
To learn more about your donations at work, read the Legion's 2015 Annual Report online at www.legion.org/annualreport.
Youth programs, Legion Riders chapter, connections with active-duty community bring membership from 1 to more than 80 in just over two years.
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently published a new regulation that expands eligibility for some VA benefits for Air Force veterans and Air Force reserve veterans.
The winners and a guest will receive an all-expense paid trip to National Convention in Baltimore, Md.
Massachusetts Post 114 was brought back to life by its members, attracting younger veterans and surpassing 130 percent membership.
American Legion Post 64 in Middleborough, Mass.
Post 555 in Midway City gets much-need updates with the help of grants available to Legion post and members.
Immune Deficiency Foundation presents the Child Welfare Foundation with its IDF Impact Award.
American Legion posts with memorabilia of past or present drum and bugle corps are encouraged to contact Bob Zinko of Summerville, S.C.
American Legion enjoys larger presence at Tree Town Musical Festival.
The American Legion’s age-old mantra of veterans helping veterans has found a fitting home at the University of Akron.
On Aug. 23, The American Legion’s 10th annual Legacy Run will take off from Kenneth N. Dowden Wayne Post 64 on the west side of Indianapolis and head for the 97th National Convention in Baltimore.
World War II veteran completes 6,000-mile motorcycle trek.
With Flag Day just around the corner, American Legion departments, posts and members have an opportunity to steer attention back to our beloved Stars and Stripes.
Thanks to the actions of Post 202 in Fayetteville, N.C., this story has a happy ending.
In order to truly assist veterans, it is important that you become familiar with the accredited veterans service officers in your area.
The American Legion Digital Archive – a research tool allowing access to a host of Legion materials and publications from National Headquarters – was recently optimized for use on smartphones and tablets.
Last-minute effort gives VA a few more weeks of breathing room on controversial project.
Legion posts and departments are being called upon to embrace and collaborate with Post-9/11 generation-centric veterans groups.
Pete Wheeler, who served as commissioner of the Georgia Department of Veterans Service continuously since 1954, passed away April 21.
Florida’s Geeta Minocha captured first place April 12 in The American Legion 78th Annual High School Oratorical Scholarship Program.
Legionnaires or veterans’ families can honor a loved one this Memorial Day with a limited edition teddy bear from the Vermont Teddy Bear Company.