MLB Commissioner Bud Selig presented the Legion's James V. Day "Good Guy " Award.
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POW/MIA detectives appeal for donation of DNA samples from military families.
On Aug. 31, VA will officially expand the list of health problems that are presumed to be linked to Agent Orange and exposure to other herbicides.
Michael Peterson and 4TROOPS perform in front of 2,000 convention attendees and Milwaukee locals to raise money for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
DoD, VA secretaries on schedule; Rep. Boehner to speak on Iraq security to convention delegates.
New public relations campaign designed to be implemented at post level.
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Failure to register with Selective Service can have a lasting, negative impact.
Climbing temperatures and high humidity weren't enough to deter a sense of obligation for those who marched in Sunday's national convention parade.
Approximately 50 Ride 2 Recovery participants arrive at American Legion National Convention in Milwaukee.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services representative believes partnerships with Legion at local level are key to citizenship efforts.
Event connects more than 50 veteran-friendly employers with about 200 veterans looking for jobs.
Post 472 of Harrisburg wins Military Open Class, Advancing/Retrieving Colors competitions.
Michael Walcoff expects 190,000 more claims the first year after new Agent Orange regulations go into effect.
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The work of today's Legion demands social networking, says Department of Defense official.
Whether through enlightenment or guilt, military veterans walking onto college campuses today can expect warm welcomes.
Car dedicated to American Legion Riders finishes 19th at Ansell Protective Gloves 150 at Chicagoland Speedway.
American Legion Baseball players' statistics from regionals and the World Series reveal the names of those leading in hits, RBIs, strikeouts and more.
New veterans center opens in Milwaukee with local American Legion help.
Mixed emotions as Legacy Run comes to an end; donations total more than $360,000 heading into national convention
Legion symposium attempts to breed an understanding between the academic community and veterans moving onto college.
Legionnaires, Army Reserve troops, city officials and local citizens celebrated the rededication of 50-foot in diameter Legion emblem first created in 1930s.
Donations can now be made to specific American Legion programs and charities in a simple and secure manner.
Riders from Great Britain and Germany are taking part in the Legacy Run. The reason is pretty simple: They believe in the cause.
'History of The American Legion: A National Legacy,' will be available for purchase at the Emblem Sales booth at the 92nd National Convention in Milwaukee.
The American Legion will conduct a veterans job fair and small business workshop in Milwaukee to precede national convention.
From people lining the overpasses of Iowa to an amazing reception in Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday was truly a special day for the 2010 Legacy Run and its participants.
Servicemembers and veterans can join academia, federal officials and potential employers for a networking reception in the Milwaukee City Center on Aug. 27.
The American Legion and Student Veterans of America are co-sponsoring a "Veterans on Campus" event Aug. 26-27 at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center.
When it comes to getting 200-plus motorcycles through a gas station, several factors come into play. A good sense of humor also helps.
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