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Thirty resolutions approved at National Executive Committee meeting in Indianapolis earlier this month.
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Frazier Brinley, chairman of the Connecticut Centennial committee, is ready to "do anything" to bring history back to relevance.
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Phenix City, Ala., Post 135's annual Legion birthday ball brings community together while helping tell the organization's story.
First round of judging will take place at department conventions this spring.
During The American Legion's Fall Meetings in early October, 30 resolutions were passed.
More than 40 entries span four categories.
Read the 277 resolutions that passed during the Legion's 96th national convention in Charlotte, N.C.
The step-by-step guide was presented during the national convention to help posts get started on creating a Centennial Celebration page.
There will soon be 575 digitized magazine back issues available with more to come.
34 resolutions passed by NEC now available to view in the Legion’s Digital Archive.
Virginia couple puts together traveling exhibit showcasing Vietnam-bound soldiers’ personal ‘tags’ on troopship.
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The 32 resolutions passed by NEC include changes to Legion awards, PUFL program and more.
Department commanders and adjutants, National Executive Committee briefed on continuing plans toward Legion’s 100th anniversary in 2019.
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Legion awards post and department history contest winners during Fall Meetings.
The American Legion National Executive Committee approved the resolutions during the 95th National Convention in Houston.
Grandson of American Legion founder says 100th anniversary commemoration will focus on the local post legacy and vision for the future.
Issues of The American Legion Magazine from 2003 through 2010 now available via Legion’s Digital Archive.
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Birthplace of The American Legion marked on narrow street in Paris.
The 29 resolutions passed by the National Executive Committee are stored on the Legion’s Digital Archive.
Online resources are available to help prepare resolutions for a vote.
Post historians across the country are readying entries for the National Post History Contest.
Historical exhibit at National Headquarters details the Legion’s longstanding involvement with amateur radio.
Legionnaire and World War II historian joins recovering active-duty U.S. troops on a snowy, icy march through history.
Legion collecting stories of interest about those who have dedicated their lives to protecting our nation; submit yours to Legiontown.org.
“Salute to Freedom” ceremony Saturday can be viewed live online as museum opens Boeing Center, one step in an expansion program that continues through 2016.
American Battle Monuments Commission releases free Pointe du Hoc smartphone app that guides users through D-Day landing site.
Grandsons of legendary World War II generals share memories to close international conference in New Orleans.
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.
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Historians, and at least one primary source, explore the challenge of preparing America to win the war on the heels of the Great Depression.
National World War II Museum ceremony pays tribute to the attack’s 71st anniversary.