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64 resolutions passed by National Executive Committee released to Legion’s Digital Archive.
Legion aiming for 3.3 million members by centennial.
Ted Roosevelt IV will help The American Legion celebrate its 100th birthday over the next seven years.
Fiscal 2013 continuing resolution becomes law, will fund government.
More than 400 new, headquarters post transfers brought into local posts during revitalization efforts in California.
American Legion Child Welfare Foundation provides funding to other nonprofit organizations to educate the public about the special needs of children.
Readers spoke. Editors listened. The printed Dispatch will continue into 2013.
Deer hunt for disabled veterans helps trigger a new era for Minnesota’s unique 600-acre retreat in the woods.
Shelby’s contract to host The American Legion World Series has been extended thanks to the community’s outstanding performance for the past two years.
Legion awards post and department history contest winners during Fall Meetings.
The American Legion’s Junior Law Cadet Program educates youth about law enforcement and instills a newfound respect for law officials.
American Legion names 2012 Samsung Scholarship recipients.
A background check screening for staff and volunteers involved in American Legion national youth programs will become effective Jan. 1, 2013.
New York post‘s older members help develop plan to bring in younger veterans. The results speak for themselves.
We must reach our membership goal. The stakes are high not only for our organization to continue thriving, but for our military community as a whole.
Lysle Rischel Post 68, Hutchinson, Kan.
Commander of Montpelier Post 109 in Ohio shares why he loves his post.
Recruiters to be honored with National Commander's pin.
Frank Carr wins Recruiter of the Year for the fourth time.
Districts will receive a monetary check on behalf of National Commander James E. Koutz for going above and beyond its Dec. 31, 2011 membership goal.
New Consolidated Post Report shows the many ways Legionnaires are making differences in their communities and beyond.
The District Commander Post Visitation Award is an incentive for personal visits to posts by district commanders, vice commanders.
The run – now in its seventh year – has raised more than $3 million for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Department of Michigan facility offers therapeutic opportunity for veterans.
Veteran Skills to Jobs Act, backed by The American Legion, aims to make it easier for qualified veterans to obtain licenses, credentials for civilian careers.
House passes fiscal 2013 continuing resolution to fund government.
Help support American Legion National Commander James E. Koutz's fundraising goal of $500,000 for Operation Comfort Warriors.
Message from the national adjutant.