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9,002 American Legion posts submitted a Consolidated Post Report (CPR) to show how they are making a difference in their communities.
Post 48 in Oxnard, Calif.
Fun facts about The American Legion and its members.
I had heard of The American Legion, but I knew very little of what it stood for. By getting involved with a terrific American Legion program (the Oratorical Contest) this year with my home-schooled daughter, it taught my family a lot about the organization.
National Recruiter of the Year from Maryland.
Past department commander wears a Legion T-shirt; gets asked membership questions.
During an OCW donation to a North Carolina VA, Keith Melick and Roy Wilkins met for the first time in 10 years.
2014-2015 American Legion National Commander Mike Helm shares his goals and vision for the Legion.
My project for the year will be supporting American Legion Charities.
The five-day 2014 Legacy Ride raised more than $435,000 for the scholarship; more donations poured in during national convention.
The post had the first American Legion ambulance service in the world.
New Jersey wins the 2014 World Series and more.
Donations pour in during national convention.
Longtime Legionnaire Jerry Hedrick is remembered as a man with a big heart and a love for his family, country and The American Legion.
Download the Legion's "Get Out the Vote" brochure online for free.
Two separate pistols for departments and Legionnaires will be available for purchase beginning Aug. 22.
Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Bob Greene from Post 6 in North Dakota will award up to 50 servicemembers with a free Legion membership.
Hundreds of youth participate in Boys Nation, Shooting Sports and Legion World Series.
The drum corps of the Claude J. Brewster Post 25 in Newport, N.H.
Purchase the Certificate Maker CD online for $9.95
A message from National Commander Dan Dellinger
Brand-new U.S. flags now fly proudly above the ramparts of the largest fort ever built in America, the result of an initiative by The American Legion Department of Rhode Island.
Past New York Auxiliary President Barbara Corker promoted Operation Comfort Warriors as her fundraising program.
The signs honor veterans at each of the 21 rest areas along Interstate 80.
Myles Eckert found a $20 bill and gave it to a servicemember with a note about paying it forward.
The elite Gold Brigade Award for recruiting 50 or more new members was awarded to 106 Legionnaires; 54 Legionnaires received the Silver Brigade Award for recruiting 25-49 new members.
Painting raises money to support a "Welcome Home" Veterans Day ceremony.