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Three of four surviving Doolittle Raiders perform final toasting ceremony for their fallen comrades.
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Home of Los Angeles Post 8 rededicated after more than $45 million in renovations and three decades of uncertainty.
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The American Legion Magazine recently spoke with retired Gen. Ann Dunwoody, the U.S. military’s first female four-star general.
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Ten major markets will broadcast the New York City event; Legionnaires still welcome to march.
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Hundreds of Legion Family members expected to participate in America’s Parade on Veterans Day in New York City.
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Thirty years ago, U.S. military forces converged on Grenada in chaotic fashion. The resulting disorganization birthed the policy of joint-warfare among service branches, which eventually aided in the capture of Osama bin Laden.
The American Legion Magazine recently spoke with Dunwoody.
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Special stamps will be issued on Veterans Day.
Marine serves country in Vietnam, then again in Iraq to honor long-held promise.
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Canadian Legion post helps continue Memorial Day observance north of the border.
Aubrey a past commander of Paris Post 1.
Government shutdown does not stop vets from visiting federal sites honoring their wartime sacrifices.
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Museum located in Fredericksburg, Texas, hosts 50,000 feet of exhibit space containing stunning collection of artifacts, memorabilia and interactive exhibits.
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Post are encouraged to share stories on Legiontown.org of events and activities that raise their community profile.
The four remaining survivors of the 80 men who participated in the daring raid on Japan will toast their comrades at the Air Force museum in Ohio.
William Hastings joined the Army in 1942 to beat the draft and was later shipped to England. That's where he met Joyce.
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Sgt.Maj. Robert Martin Patterson and Army Col. Walter Joseph Marm, Jr., recognized on field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby.
The Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery committal hall is getting a unique memorial: five 8-by-10-foot oil paintings representing the five different military branches.
Longtime Department of Florida National Executive Committeeman Robert Proctor passes away at age 66.
New Jersey Legionnaire Albert Robotti, who passed away Aug. 13, dedicated 58 years of his life to the organization he loved.
USS George Washington commemorates Lexington’s loss with a wreath-laying ceremony.
Fifteen of the 38 remaining survivors gathered in Indiana to share stories of heroism.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus has notified Congress of his decision, pending authorization and funding, to designate the name Indianapolis on the next littoral combat ship.
Commander recognizes Legionnaire for his work identifying the final resting places and monuments of U.S. military personnel who made the ultimate sacrifice.
A traveling exhibit featuring entertainer Bob Hope will open at The National World War II Museum Aug. 3.
President Obama, DoD Secretary Hagel among those honoring veterans of Korean War.
Citizens of Vichy, France, gather yearly in remembrance of World War I, II veteran.
Though he's 93, being an active member of the honor guard in Pennsylvania doesn’t seem extraordinary to him.
Indiana University has secured the original prow from the battleship USS Indiana.
James Van Splunder journeyed from his home in Holland, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., to lay a wreath on the World War II Memorial in a ceremony dedicated to those veterans who gave their lives.