Tickets for the upcoming American Legion World Series, Aug. 12-16, are just a click away; visit Facebook for stadium construction updates.
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Legion officials recently participated in a U.S. Census Bureau teleconference where statistics were released on veteran-owned companies.
Organization stands firm in its support of awarding benefits to Vietnam War Navy veterans suffering from health problems related to Agent Orange exposure.
Legion posts also encouraged to upload recaps, photos of Memorial Day celebrations to Legiontown.
iMortuary.com site allows visitors to place virtual flowers on wall memorializing U.S. servicemembers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Day-by-day accounts of Rolling Thunder, biggest Memorial Day Weekend motorcycle ride in the nation, by Marty Justis.
Individuals affected by tornadoes, floods, as well as posts, may be eligible for National Emergency Fund assistance.
Many Legionnaires affected by savage weather that has destroyed towns, taken lives and caused billions of dollars in property loss.
Wisconsin’s William Berg has played Taps for the same post since before World War II.
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On the road to Washington for Rolling Thunder 2011, with Marty Justis.
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Organization representatives participated in holiday events and rituals in and around the nation’s capital.
Timeliness of receiving mental health care, as well as transitioning of wounded servicemembers into VA medical system among issues discussed.
Legion teams up with Military Channel to air vignettes honoring those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan during TV coverage of National Memorial Day Parade.
On May 25, Honor Flight brought veterans from Myrtle Beach, S.C., to Washington for a visit to the World War II Memorial.
Marty Justis continues his journey with Legion Riders to Washington for Rolling Thunder.
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Marty Justis and fellow Legion Riders make it to D.C. for Rolling Thunder 2011.
USAA honors those heroes who sacrificed their lives to preserve our freedom.
Marty Justis' and fellow Legion Riders time in Washington for Rolling Thunder comes to a close.
NVC Willaim Schrier laid a wreath at The Wall as part of a Memorial Day ritual. He shared his thoughts about the experience and his own service after the event.
During a Memorial Day observance at Quantico, Legion Executive Director Peter Gaytan stressed the importance of remembering those who have fallen at war.
Though conducting an Honor Flight program is an expensive venture, those whose are involved say they will do what it takes to keep the network running.
More than 300,000 motorcycles riders converged on D.C. to raise awareness for bringing full accountability for prisoners of war and missing in action.
Claims backlog, veteran-hiring practices addressed.
Legislative Division deputy director stresses the need for both accuracy and efficiency in addressing the claims backlog.
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Economic Commission deputy director tells House subcommittee that returning warriors’ transition program is in need of updating, expansion.
Kansas chapters raise money, put in volunteer hours, and make big differences in the lives of veterans young and old.
Hard work, committed leadership help push Department of Kentucky from 52nd to first in membership.
Commemorative weekend begins in Normandy.
Commemorative events fill weekend in Normandy.
On June 23, veterans and their families are invited to New York City for an employment conference hosted by some of the financial world’s biggest players.