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American Legion Post 200 in Hampstead, Md., hangs photos of veterans on its Christmas tree.
Department of Pennsylvania raised $225,000 for state’s first Fisher House.
Post, district and department leaders can access the new online version of the publication for useful resources, communication tools and engaging one another.
Posts give generously to those in need.
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.
Department proposes adding five diagnosable illnesses secondary to service-connected TBI.
Early days of high-altitude warfare described by Maj. Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk, who flew the mission that brought World War II to an end in 1945.
Legion posts financially contribute to building national Army museum in Virginia through new sponsorship program.
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.
American Legion Post 15 in Loveland, Colo.
Sons membership passes 164,000, which is more than 13,000 ahead of previous year.
Conference focuses on ways to connect veterans with employers; meanwhile, the jobless rate for Gulf War vets trails general population.
In other news, Legion testifies and expresses concerns about VA’s move to paperless transition.
Legion continues support for Superstorm Sandy victims.
House, Senate still trying to negotiate a final deal to avoid the so-called 'fiscal cliff.'
Internal Affairs Division has processed dozens of claims from American Legion family members as a result of the storm.
Within months after opening its doors, Post 281 in Mt. Juliet, Tenn., supported and sponsored two Legion Baseball teams.
I have hearing loss and headaches from an injury sustained while on active duty stateside. Am I eligible for disability compensation?
The American Legion’s Blood Donor Program is the perfect conduit to help this always-urgent cause.
New faces in 113th Congress include few veterans.
Michael Guty, a 92-year-old World War II veteran, gives a landmark donation to La-Flamme Kusek Post 15 to help run its rent-free housing complex for homeless veterans.
The National World War II Museum is educating younger generations about the war with its new variation on the classic board game.
Nearly a quarter of a million dollars raised for college scholarships for children of servicemembers killed on or after Sept. 11, 2001.
In late October, The American Legion National Headquarters welcomed its 14th consecutive Legion class.
Remember those who need us during this holiday season.
Legion Family affirms commitment to Preamble in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Also in this week’s Insider: Capitol Hill updates, TRICARE Prime going away and Hiring Our Heroes expands.