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American Legion fun facts.
The Commander Dellinger Eagle Award was awarded to the top department in each Big Twelve category showing the largest percentage of membership growth.
Michigan concert band affiliated with Legion post will mark 70th anniversary of D-Day with European tour.
The call for the resignation of Shinseki, Petzel and Hickey comes from poor oversight and failed leadership.
Traveling memorial of eight paintings honors 23 fallen men from Lima Company.
Maryland post jumps from 27 members to 466 in 13 years.
Efforts in Georgia, New York transfer nearly 300 into local posts.
More than 400,000 military retirees and senior dependents in the TRICARE for Life (TFL) program will have to pay the full amount for certain prescription refills if they use a retail pharmacy rather than a military pharmacy or a mail service.
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Burlington Post 91 members have driven 482 roundtrip miles to deliver 2,830 pounds of supplies.
Last Man's Club at Haddonfield Post 38 in New Jersey.
Kansas Legionnaire shook hands with former Sen. Bob Dole.
Deadline to apply is July 11
Legion Riders chapter raises $3,000 to sponsor apartment in new long-term homeless veterans facility.
Arkansas has been recognizing Legionnaires with the Blue Cap of the Year award.
Legion members give hope to a blind retired Marine and a suicidal veteran.
There are more than 15,000 Legionnaires that belong to Foreign and Outlying Departments and Posts of The American Legion.
Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors program continues to provide comfort items to wounded warriors.
A message from membership.
The American Legion World Series championship game will be featured live on ESPNU.
The post sponsored a welcome home celebration for World War II veterans.
Virginia post adjutant and historian has early start on American Legion’s centennial.
Department Commander Art Schwabe and Adjutant Mike McDaniel will parachute from a plane if membership reaches its 2013-2014 goals.
The American Legion Cemetery in Florida is the final resting place for 736 Legionnaires from all wars.