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The award-winning film follows four World War II veterans as they travel to Washington, D.C., to see the memorial that was constructed in their honor.
Lying for profit about military honors and awards is now a federal crime.
Ohio post sets up a computer kiosk to help local veterans with employment, résumé writing and email services.
The Department of Wisconsin’s Americanism and Government Scholarship test is comprised of 50 questions, a short essay and $11,000 in awards.
Legion helps veterans and their families when natural disasters strike.
Department of Pennsylvania creates a turn-over file for incoming district commanders.
Parade, Commander's Banquet and baseball game part of convention activities.
In memory of our service men and women.
American Legion news and events.
All past American Legion live streamed events can be viewed on legiontv.org.
Senior Pentagon officials make commitment to eradicate sexual assault in the military.
Tennessee, Minnesota, Virginia and Florida among Legion departments staging their own Legacy Runs.
Alert calls for decisive action by House, Senate leadership on whether Congress will continue to authorize new VA construction.
National Emergency Fund grants available to veterans impacted by May 20 tornado.
The Department of Labor announced May 16 the availability of funds for the Homeless Female Veterans and Veterans with Families Reintegration Program (HFVVWF).
Departments will draft a comprehensive plan to be used at all Legion levels.
Economic Division serves as subject matter expert at forum last week on military licensing and certification for transportation jobs.
Online Legion training course surpasses 2,600 purchased licenses in its first year.
American Legion Albaugh-McGovern Post 42 in Ankeny is on solid fiscal ground thanks to participation in the Legion's Flag Rewards program.
'Ensure our fallen heroes are not forgotten on Memorial Day and every day.'
Legionnaires teach youth flag etiquette to ensure traditions are not lost, and fallen heroes are not forgotten.
Two OCW stories show how change can add up quickly.
VA phone line designed to answer questions from veterans, their families and caregivers about the many VA services and resources available to women veterans.
District, post projects in Wisconsin, Michigan and Kansas result in more new members to local posts.
Agnes Rieger of Kansas City is crowned the 2013 American Legion National Oratorical champion.
Legion wants to hear from Legionnaires about specifics of their VA benefit claims in order to paint a clearer picture of the growing backlog.
Hundreds of jobseekers are connected with dozens of employers during two events, coordinated by the Legion, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
New Hampshire is the only American Legion department to conduct a Junior High Oratorical Program for youth in grades six through eight.
DoD seeks health care increases.