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The 2012-2013 forms can be completed and submited online at mylegion.org.
"Emperor" tells the story of Hirohito’s fate and winning peace in Japan after World War II.
The new "How We Help" and "Why You Should Belong" American Legion brochures illustrate the many ways the organization serves veterans and their communities nationwide.
The new Claims Coach app includes a recoded directory of accredited American Legion service officers nationwide.
Sequestration’s affects on the military, veterans.
Washington Conference speakers include VA secretary, chairman of House, Senate Committees on Veterans’ Affairs.
Continuous Years Certificates have been completed and mailed to their respective posts.
The Department Service Officers of The American Legion are the frontline soldiers in the trenches, battling for veterans benefits.
The 2012–2013 Consolidated Post Report is now available for use on Mylegion.org.
As March 1 approaches, calls to avoid sequestration are getting louder on Capitol Hill.
Indiana Legionnaires and community members help build Army Infantryman Tim Senkowski and his family a new, stable life.
Ride to Houston sets goal of raising $450,000 for American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
National commander ‘cautiously optimistic’ about the new plan for servicemembers’ health records.
The membership award has been renamed "Koutz Scouts" and offers monetary incentive for 2012 top-level Legion recruiters.
Joint VA/DoD web portal provides access to variety of military, veterans benefits resources.
Get reimbursed for computer equipment purchases of up to $2,000.
Eagle Scout application and deadline; Legion birthday speech; Legacy Run; and Legiontown USA
American Legion Post 40 in Chino Valley, Ariz.
Breathe life back into your post and community.
New program designed to provide members at all levels of the organization with information, and tools to use that information.
Nearly 2,600 Michigan Vietnam War veterans’ gravesites are properly accounted for thanks to two Legion Riders.
Remembering those who served.
Nine American Legion departments have begun addressing the two issues with their state legislatures.
The American Legion’s National Emergency Fund program has provided nearly $300,000 in grants to those rebuilding from Superstorm Sandy on the East Coast.
General Accounting Office’s recommendations align with Legion’s resolutions and support of DOL’s primary role.
More than 200 Legion Family members from the Department of Texas successfully completed the one-day training program.
Funds available for families who face tough times when a family member is deployed with National Guard or reserves.