Posts around the world celebrate season with friends, children, community.
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Course designed to provide women veterans ability to identify a business opportunity, draft a business plan and launch their enterprise.
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Recommendations include more transparency at VA regional offices.
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A South Carolina post boasts thousands of artifacts dating back to Spanish-American War and uses them to teach students and others about military history.
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Three-hour snapshot of The American Legion’s legislative work in Washington shows that the shortest distance to success is rarely a straight line.
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Newest Legion newsletter provides monthly updates on veterans career fairs coming to your area.
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Legion family members hand out more than 300 Operation Comfort Warriors backpacks to wounded warriors in eight-sport paralympic-style invitational at Camp Pendleton.
If the Department of Veterans Affairs fiscal 2015 budget is approved, it will be one of the few federal agencies in the era of sequestration to see an increase in funding.
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National commander calls on lawmakers to ignore those who complain that military benefits are too generous.
Veterans connect in Louisville, Detroit with employers like Verizon Wireless, Eli Lilly, the Social Security Administration and many more.
Q: Am I eligible to apply for service-connected disability compensation?
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Ceremony took place at Aramco Dhahran Camp in Saudi Arabia.
National commander disappointed Senate fails to put partisanship aside on critical veterans vote.
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As tornado and wildfire seasons approach, National Commander Dellinger reiterates the need for donations to assist disaster victims.
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With only two days left, The American Legion is urging veterans with TBI and/or PTSD to participate in its online survey.
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VA’s under secretary for health, Robert Petzel, defended the department’s track record in responding to Congress on accountability issues.
Deficiencies and progress in handling of military sexual trauma cases aired in Senate subcommittee hearing.
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Make plans for the 70th anniversary this summer.
New law requires Department of Defense to purchase “100 percent made in America” flags.
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Online resources are available to help prepare resolutions for a vote.
American Legion leader says no other issues need to be attached to legislation to improve health care, education, employment and benefits for those who served our nation.
Felix W. Ortiz, an Army veteran, founded Viridis Learning to place veterans in careers where their knowledge, skills and abilities will best serve them.
Revamped museum to include conference-room space.