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Department conventions the first stop for judging; first-place finishers to go to national contest, judged during Fall Meetings at National Headquarters.
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PNC Galbraith, who passed away March 4, is remembered as a gentleman and true servant to veterans.
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Former president John F. Kennedy was presented the Legion’s Distinguished Service Medal in 1962 and addressed Legionnaires on hand.
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William Galbraith was a life Legion member and served as national commander from 1967-1968.
The National World War I Museum in Missouri has announced its Spring 2012 schedule of events.
Florida man is reunited with his son’s dog tags more than 40 years after the son’s death in Vietnam.
Online clearinghouse of National Headquarters materials will be updated going both forward and backward in time.
The U.S. Marine Corps is celebrating its 236th birthday today.
Federal budget, troop support top focus of NEC.
Legion awards post and department history contest winners and welcomes newly appointed National Historian Robert Craig of Idaho.
23 resolutions passed in Minneapolis, covering Economic, Foreign Relations, Internal Affairs, National Security, and VA&R priorities of the Legion.
National post- and department-history contests will be judged during Fall Meetings, Oct. 10-13.
‘America,' given to The American Legion as a gift by France after World War I, receives expert conservation care at National Headquarters.
2019 Legion centennial, renamed of Emblem Sales facility in honor of PNC John H. Geiger among topics covered.
As a grass-roots organization, many of the Legion's programs and policies started at the local level.
Calendar includes Legion meetings and deadlines, holidays, anniversaries of Legion-era wars, and various Legion events.
Entries must be certified and submitted to The American Legion National Headquarters by Sept. 15.
Longtime NECman Glenn Green, who passed away in March, will be missed by those who viewed him as gentleman and mentor as much as a fellow Legionnaire.
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Young veteran remembers the day he met the last living U.S. veteran of World War I to honor his 75 years of American Legion membership.
Dozens of war posters from the Legion's collection loaned to the Indiana State Museum for an exhibit.
Icon headed up The American Legion during the 1971-1972 year and was leader in the organization for decades.
Past National Commander John H. Geiger provided leadership, knowledge and friendship to the Legion for more than six decades.
American Legion posts nationwide remember the bravery of four chaplains, who lost their lives when their ship sank in 1943, by hosting a memorial service.
Last living World War I veteran served in the ambulance corps during World War I in France and Germany, evacuatingd wounded soldiers from the battlefield.
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The American Legion’s legacy stirs Blackhorse Productions to create a documentary about the nation's largest veterans organization.
Free material can help craft next year’s resolutions to exacting standards required.