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Legion news: What you need to know
Legion staff working to make certain Legion programs serve as qualifying criteria for Boy Scouts of America merit badges.
In advance of the winter break, Congress worked to resolve some pending issues, including some important to veterans.
Percentage dropped 8 percent from January 2012 to January 2013, 24 percent since 2010.
Department of New Mexico, Legion Riders, National Headquarters staff distribute $30,000 worth of gifts to VA medical center.
Ohio artist paints his second war mural, a rendition of ‘Reflections’ by artist Lee Teter.
The retired flag-drop box is placed in a high-traffic, secure location: the Brown County Court House.
Two Montana Legionnaires experience the emotional impact of a deployment ceremony.
On Nov. 21, President Barack Obama enacted Public Law 113-52, the Veterans Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2013.
Starting with the 2014 American Legion Baseball season, changes apply to courtesy runners, the designated hitter and re-entry rules.
The $500 budgeted for the winning submission will be applied to the National Emergency Fund.
Arizona youth groups keep America beautiful by picking up trash and earning compensation for it.
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Internal Affairs Division staff members have begun route planning and other preparations for the 2014 American Legion Legacy Run
Former doctors at facility testify on culture of negligence that has compromised patient safety at G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center.
Through February 2014, LEAD training will be presented at 11 different departments.
More than 100 employers, veterans in attendance at Nov. 5 career fair at National Guard armory in Morristown.
5 committee members serve as regional points of contact for national vice commanders, department commanders, department ALR programs.
National Headquarters is sending out new National Emergency Fund response kits to departments in support of National Commander Dan Dellinger’s primary fundraising campaign.
Military retirees and veterans with service-connected disability compensation will know their 2014 cost-of-living adjustment later this week.
American Legion Department of Indiana members campaign on the radio, TV, at Colts NFL games.
ClassB offers Legion family members the ability to design and order smaller quantities of custom-made T-shirts.
To help your post and department attain 100-percent reporting, Legionnaire Tammy Hamilton has passed along a volunteer tracking form that she created to help her post officers collect the required info she needs to complete a CPR.
Camp American Legion provides rest, recuperation to local veterans and their families.
Lloyd Vollmer of Mankato, Minn., has collected 61 years of Legion membership cards.
Host a blood drive; remember troops over the holidays; download Blue Star Families booklet; watch Oratorical Contest videos