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Post 145 revitalized with the Indiana Blue Star Salute program.
Web platform helps those who served in uniform translate military skills to job skills, find employment, start businesses and make successful transitions.
John Harold Buckley Post 32 of Longmont, Colo., recently received a 2015 Chevrolet 15 passenger bus that’s wheelchair accessible.
The missing names of 150 Revere women who served during World War II sparked a project for Merullo – to build a monument memorializing the women.
Winnek American Legion Post 396 in Geneva, N.Y.
NEF fundraising goals for departments.
Department of Idaho has provided $1.5 million in food and cash donations to three veterans homes.
Department of Illinois' Legion Family caravan travels to 19 posts in nine days to collect membership cards.
Joe recruited 51 new members into the Legion in 2014.
Department of Iowa partnered with a local radio station to support the Legion’s Temporary Financial Assistance program.
Purchase customized Legion Family table tops.
Eligible veterans can now choose between VA or private health care, if wait times are too long or distance is an issue, but that choice has limits.
Post 64 in Middleborough, Mass.
Colorado Post and Unit 10 light tree to honor veterans, servicemembers and the fallen.
Stay On Course fundraising pin
The Legion Family branded kiosk will help raise $4 million and increase membership to four million.
Monthly data will list members in the direct renewal campaign on mylegion.org.
District commanders in The American Legion Department of South Dakota have an incentive to meet their membership goal for 2014-2015.
Twenty percent of proceeds from the sales of all the bears will be donated to American Legion programs.
The TV ads focus on the mental health needs of today’s returning veterans.
Departments and posts are encouraged to host veterans outreach centers.
Two-time American Legion Gold Brigade Award recipient Robert Wayne Hicks of Post 2 in Milford, Del.