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American Legion Post 252 in Greenwood, Ind.
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Consolidated appropriations measure signed by President Obama.
Koutz Scouts offers monetary incentive for 2012 top-level Legion recruiters.
Dates and events to keep in mind.
An Indiana Legion post keeps the Constitution on the minds of high school students.
Congress agrees to temporary budget fix, which will restore most funds that troops can use to help pay for college.
Eligible applicants have until April 15 to submit their applications to The American Legion National Headquarters.
Despite improvement, nation’s youngest veterans still having trouble finding employment.
All 49 departments participating in American Legion Baseball have now established their accounts with Protect Youth Sports, Inc.
Payout from the National Emergency Fund has surpassed last year’s total by more than $24,000.
Plan will look at the needs of all homeless men and women who served in the military, regardless of their discharge status.
National Headquarters staff praises agency’s efforts to speed up process, but says there are still too many lapses in service, attention to detail.
Registration now open for this year’s run, which will start in Indianapolis on Aug. 18 and wind up in Houston.
Sequestration’s affects on the military, veterans.
ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff received The American Legion National Commander’s Public Relations Award; former U.S. Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia received The American Legion Distinguished Public Service Award.
Working with VA to decrease the claims backlog.
Stay updated on American Legion deadlines and reminders.
The Legion’s new educational comic book helps children recognize, prevent and stop bullying.
The new Claims Coach app includes a recoded directory of accredited American Legion service officers nationwide.
"Emperor" tells the story of Hirohito’s fate and winning peace in Japan after World War II.
The 2012-2013 forms can be completed and submited online at mylegion.org.
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.
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.