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Followers include members of Congress, national media personalities, branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and federal agencies.
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“Women Proudly Served” dog tag tack now available through Emblem Sales.
Program adding new air dates on stations across the United States.
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Veteran and military musicians, including two Legionnaires, collaborate on CD; proceeds going to veterans causes.
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Awards presented in print, broadcast and Web media.
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Lone survivor Marcus Luttrell talks about the hit movie he calls a tribute to his SEAL teammates.
The Legion's Twitter following has grown to nearly 27,000. Help us hit 30,000.
Peter Gaytan, executive director of the Legion's D.C. office, among those invited to White House to take part in panel following President Obama's State of the Union address.
Followers can view links to news stories of interest to veterans and the Legion family, interact with National Headquarters.
Issues of The American Legion Magazine from 2003 through 2010 now available via Legion’s Digital Archive.
Mobile app includes agendas, meeting schedules, guest speaker info and entertainment options for 2103 National Convention in Houston.
Several events, including gavel-to-gavel floor coverage, to be streamed live on legion.org.
‘Approaching Midnight’ is a film about a young veteran returning from war; Michigan Post 216 played an important role.
Share your American Legion Riders success stories on Legiontown.org.
American Legion has Facebook pages ranging from Honor & Remembrance to Legion Baseball, and all points in between.
Awards given to films, veterans supporters.
All past American Legion live streamed events can be viewed on legiontv.org.
Reps from The American Legion and the Department of Labor will team up to answer questions about veterans employment during a live Twitter chat May 13.
Seventh annual event to feature GIFF fundraiser, first presentation of Audience Choice Award.
New York Times article on organization’s lack of relevance misses the boat.
Network issues statement following backlash toward episode of ‘The Amazing Race’ found disrespectful to Vietnam War veterans.
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National commander calls recent ‘The Amazing Race’ a ‘disgraceful slap-in-the face administered to American war heroes.’
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Panel discussion at Legion’s Washington Conference follows sneak preview of film that examines U.S. response to Hirohito’s role in World War II.
The feature film about determining Hirohito’s fate after World War II stars Tommy Lee Jones and Matthew Fox.
The American Legion will stream several of its major annual events live via legiontv.org.
National website now features audio recordings of TALM articles.
Post, district and department leaders can access the new online version of the publication for useful resources, communication tools and engaging one another.