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Fifty years ago, America sent its first substantial forces to Vietnam; 30 years ago, The Wall was dedicated.
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MSNBC host Chris Hayes apologizes 24-hours after saying on national television that he was "uncomfortable" referring to America's war dead as heroes.
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Fallen U.S. servicemembers are 'absolute heroes'
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Wisconsin Army National Guard Maj. Dave Brown Jr. and his wife beat out 10 other teams for $1 million.
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Mark and Linda Brown pay tribute to fallen soldiers on Memorial Day by hosting a parade in their hometown of Mercer, Pa.
The battle over of the Mojave Desert Veterans Memorial has come to an end thanks to a settlement agreement.
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The state of Delaware gets a big piece – more than 100 tons – of naval history.
After 24 years, Rusty Russell’s invention, Domino Roll*Out, is making a name for itself in the mobile market game craze.
The live streaming of the Oratorical Championship Finals was interrupted, but it can now be viewed on the Legion’s website.
The Legion’s luncheon in Washington celebrated the service and sacrifice of women veterans, and identified issues that women in armed forces encounter.
March 29 declared Vietnam Veterans Day by President Obama.
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Legionnaires from across the nation are reaching out to the Veterans Legacy Foundation for help in tracking down overdue war medals.
President announces compensation coming for military families victimized by wrongful foreclosures and excessive interest rates.
The U.S. Supreme Court considers congressional intent and how a decision might affect protected forms of speech.
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Remember the bravery of four chaplains, who lost their lives when their ship sank in 1943, by hosting a memorial service.
Shaun Rieley will be guest of U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney, while Jonathan Naraine will be a guest of Rep. Colleen Hanabusa.
Commander Wong emphasizes how the project would provide jobs for vets and reduce dependency on oil exports from the Middle East.
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New Legion Riders gear, Legion dress shirts among new additions to 2012 catalog.
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The American Legion pushed through legislation, made membership management more convenient, provided comfort to wounded troops and much more in 2011.
Amicable decision to not renew contract based upon Legion’s need to focus resources on America’s veterans.
Homeless veterans at the Southeast Veterans Service Center receive boxes filled with clothes from American Legion staff in D.C.
Through the Veterans Legacy Foundation in North Carolina, Legionnaires track down long overdue medals owed to veterans to give them the recognition they deserve.
National Commander Wong urges President Obama to speed up production of proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, which will provide needed jobs for vets.
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Game, sponsored by USAA, will be broadcast on CBS at 2:30 p.m. EDT.
Thousands of wreaths to be placed at individual grave sites at Arlington National Cemetery and other locations across the country on Dec. 10.
Pearl Harbor’s museum complex, and the veterans who staff it, tell the story of the attack that pushed America into war.
The December 2012 issue of American Legion Magazine will highlight local posts’ good deeds during this holiday season.
American Legion programs, pillars come to life in a full-color publication, available in print and electronic formats.