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Pearl Harbor’s museum complex, and the veterans who staff it, tell the story of the attack that pushed America into war.
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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.
An American Legion NEC resolution, honoring the miners and their saviors, was presented to the Ambassador of Chile to the United States in the form of a plaque.
National Commander speaks at Abraham Lincoln’s tomb in honor of former president’s birthday.
The American Legion’s preferred provider of financial services and insurance recently received No. 1 rankings for consumer loyalty and customer service from two independent research firms.
American Legion national commander applauded for annual testimony before the South Carolina General Assembly.
More than 850 middle and high school students from New Washington, Ohio, heard Michael Peterson present his program, ‘TAG! You’re It.’
Suggested speech available for download in either Word or PDF format.
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Reference guide for the treatment of infectious diseases now available to all VA medical centers.
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The Jewish Chaplains Memorial will be dedicated today at Arlington National Cemetery.
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The new Jewish Chaplains Memorial was dedicated on Oct. 24 at Arlington National Cemetery.
North Carolina native served as American Legion national commander from 2000-2001.
Past National Commander Ray Smith is remembered as a genuine man who knew how to inspire those around him.
National World War II Museum site allows visitors to provide written, photographic or video thank-you messages to America's veterans.
The American Legion recently honored five military academy students.
Numerous weekend events across the country to mark anniversary of 9/11 attacks.
Department of New York Legionnaires join with USS New York crew for sunset memorial ceremony aboard USS Intrepid.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the Jewish Chaplains Memorial took place Monday at Arlington National Cemetery.
Third annual Legion initiative covers a multitude of possible local events.
Legion encourages Americans to attend public meetings next week concerning the Keystone XL Pipeline, a project that could create 20,000 jobs.
Remains of 13 U.S. servicemembers killed in Tripoli harbor still haven't come home.
A 2010 Legion College student's suggestion to engrave the four pillars outside of National Headquarters comes to fruition.
The American Legion lays a wreath in Washington to commemorate Korean War Veterans Armistice Day.
Murray: Planning needed to cover decades-long needs of new veterans.
Legion offers a new forum to share stories, photos, music, history and more.
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Posts, districts and departments are making a difference in their communities, cities and states every day. Share those stories with us so they can be publicized on legion.org
Retired rear admiral explains what happened after one of the famed "Four Chaplains" was noticeably absent from Arlington National Cemetery.
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Delegation meets with American Legion, Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs and National Guard for guidance in building a support system for veterans.
On April 29, 1975, Thuy Pyo and her mother, Kim Nguyen, were evacuated by helicopter from Saigon during the chaos surrounding the end of the Vietnam War.