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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.
Planning still under way for event that will start in Indianapolis and conclude in Houston.
Legislation impacts education, creates burn pit registry and assigns military cemetery status.
Legion’s Membership & Post Activities Committee meeting in Indianapolis this week.
Remembering those who served.
"Need A Lift" has been discontinued; two awards due Feb. 1.
Each month, a different membership incentive award/program will be featured.
American Legion Post 567 in Orchard Park, N.Y.
The American Legion has obtained airline discounts with American Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines for the organization’s 2013 meetings.
The elimination will allow staff to focus on the compensation claims backlog.
Temporary Financial Assistance, Family Support Network make huge impact in 2012.
American Legion launches new leadership training program.
FODPAL web page on national website gives Legionnaires an opportunity to tell about encounters with Legion posts outside the borders of the United States.
New American Legion Baseball registration website allows coaches to quickly register their team and meet the Legion's policy for background screening checks.
In 2012, The American Legion participated in a record number of veterans jobs fairs.
Department of Pennsylvania raised $225,000 for state’s first Fisher House.
American Legion Post 200 in Hampstead, Md., hangs photos of veterans on its Christmas tree.
American Legion Post 15 in Loveland, Colo.
Post, district and department leaders can access the new online version of the publication for useful resources, communication tools and engaging one another.
Department proposes adding five diagnosable illnesses secondary to service-connected TBI.
It’s going to take a concerted effort from everyone who cares about veterans and their families to keep us from having to make the same resolutions year after year.
Service Women’s Post 404, Missouri’s only all-female American Legion post, is raising awareness for itself by participating in veteran-related community events.
Posts give generously to those in need.
Legion posts financially contribute to building national Army museum in Virginia through new sponsorship program.