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Legionnaires taking song submissions for chance to record on all-military compilation CD.
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In his State of the Union address, the president pledged to help America’s military community in several important ways; yet he remained silent on military COLA cuts.
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National commander disappointed that Dallas VA ignored court decree by prohibiting Christmas cards and that a Georgia hospital banned carolers this week.
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Baltimore Ravens honor Thomas Clavell from Hampstead, Md., with the 2013 Community Quarterback Award.
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Taking a few key precautions will help to keep your credit cards and ratings safe while deployed.
The 2014 edition will be mailed to previous buyers; also available by request.
National Commander Dellinger remembers Ike Skelton, who passed away Oct. 28.
Sticking to a family budget can be difficult when you’re alone, but being prepared will help to meet the challenge.
National commander to discuss government shutdown during 10 a.m. press conference Oct. 4 in nation’s capital.
Veterans’ Honor Flight visits allowed into World War II Memorial as participants engaging in a ‘First Amendment’ activity.
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Senate, Legion request immediate attention to the lack of an accounting-for plan to increase missing military personnel from 72 a year to 200 by 2015.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s new online program educates older veterans and caregivers about financial exploitation.
National Vice Commander James Holland pays solemn respect to his fallen Vietnam War comrades on Memorial Day.
VA has set aside $24 million in grants to help with homeless veteran housing rehabilitation and transportation needs.
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The Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership is the only female corps of cadets in the country.
Legion family members and USMilitaryBears.com help Sandy Hook students be ‘regular kids’ for a day.
Koutz calls on Legion family to pray for the affected, donate blood, fly the flag high and stay alert.
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Budget reductions force Ohio museum to close research and development galleries, starting May 1. Main complex will remain open.
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Military heroes pay tribute to hometown heroes on Medal of Honor Day.
Exactly 151 years after America's first ironclad proved itself in battle, two of its crewmen were laid to rest.
Legionnaire and World War II historian joins recovering active-duty U.S. troops on a snowy, icy march through history.
Recovering U.S. troops in Germany invited to follow “In the Footsteps of the 82nd Airborne Division” with veterans, historians and military re-enactors.
New reality TV competition series, “The Casting Call: Troop Star Edition,” is set to air this summer.
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Drea Garcia, an actress and member of Hollywood Post 43, sat in shock as she watched herself appear in Jeep’s ‘Whole Again’ commercial.
Posts encouraged to honor the 70th anniversary of the Four Chaplains’ heroic acts.
Recipients of the nation's highest military award hold each other in the highest of regard – and view each other as brothers.
Medal of Honor recipients at Legion’s Salute to Heroes Inaugural Ball say they don’t wear the medal for themselves.
Longtime NBC news anchor, a special guest at the Legion's Salute to Heroes Inaugural Ball, praises the 'selfless' sacrifices of Medal of Honor recipients.
More than 25 Medal of Honor recipients, along with Tom Brokaw and other dignitaries, set to attend Legion’s Salute to Heroes Inaugural Ball on Jan. 21.
Nearly 2,000 thank-you letters to veterans are written in the Legion's booth, while more than 50 VA volunteers are signed up.