The American Legion distributed $60 gift checks to 2,000 wounded warriors, thanks to Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes ample generosity.
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Department of Veterans Affairs plans to spend nearly $1 million to customize an upscale office space and add an executive fitness center at facility.
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Legion representatives attend ceremony that honors Ride 2 Recovery cyclists and celebrates the program’s planned expansion.
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Two of America's largest military-focused organizations join forces to support those who honorably served.
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Two pilot initiatives aimed at speeding up claims process; Legionnaires asked for feedback on both programs.
Legion program comes through for Red Cross request for clothing for recovering servicemembers at surrounding military hospitals.
Fedmine.us will hold two federal executive breakfast events for veteran business owners interested in learning about contracting opportunities with the government on Dec. 2 and Dec. 6 in Fairview, Va., at Fairview Park Marriott Hotel.
USAA executives join Legion officials to celebrate the beginning of a mutually beneficial new relationship.
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Road to Recovery at Walt Disney World will host many veterans severely wounded in Iraq, Afghanistan.
Only half of those eligible are taking advantage of an important retirement savings tool provided by Uncle Sam.
The Department of Labor and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce partner together to find job opportunities for veterans.
As 2010 midterm elections draw near, Legionnaires need to exercise their right to vote and motivate others to do the same.
As Jerick Johnson prepares for the American 200 at Rockingham Speedway this weekend, he stands in second place for the CGS Imaging Hard Charger Award.
The American Legion has presence at today's Supreme Court case that pits the privacy rights of Albert Snyder against the protest rights of the Westboro Baptist Church.
Supreme Court hears arguments from Albert Snyder and Fred Phelps, founder of the Westboro Baptist Church.
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During the Student Veterans of America awards dinner Oct. 2, VA Secretary Eric Shinseki encouraged student veterans to succeed in school.
Organization is conducting informal investigation of state veterans homes, VA community living centers.
Congress made an effort last year, but problems persist for active-duty troops stationed overseas.
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Segment on cycling program for veterans will appear on NBC Nightly News at 6:30 p.m. EST.
American Legion Baseball team Nor-gwyn Hawks from Upper Gwynedd, Pa., remembers those who make freedom possible by raising money and wearing camouflage jerseys.
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Commission and committee members, along with the National Executive Committee, will converge on Indianapolis for a busy five days.
50 iPods, 20 Nintendo Wii controllers handed out to Wounded Warrior Regiment.
The American Legion’s legacy stirs Blackhorse Productions to create a documentary about the nation's largest veterans organization.
27th-place finish leaves Jerick Johnson in second place in the ARCA Hard Charger Award standings.