Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act requires all members of the U.S. military to receive annual mental health assessments beginning in 2015.
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Members of well-known veterans service organizations met at Legion Post 24 in Alexandria, Va., on Dec. 19, to meet, greet and form alliances.
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A blind drawing was conducted to identify the World Series division pairings and game times.
New American Legion hub provides wealth of resources for transitioning troops and their families.
As the rest of the world slashes defense budgets, China is moving in the opposite direction.
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Help welcome, needed.
Post 331 in Stone Harbor raises funds to send two Coast Guardsmen from Training Center Cape May home to spend holidays with their families
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The Legion Family branded kiosk will help raise $4 million and increase membership to four million.
Department of Illinois' Legion family caravan travels to 19 posts in nine days to collect membership cards.
“Women Proudly Served” dog tag tack now available through Emblem Sales.
On Dec. 13, Americans across the country placed wreaths on graves of fallen veterans during Wreaths Across America Day. The event commemorated the selfless service of troops from all generations.
A breach-of-contract ruling against VA has brought the hospital project to a standstill
Legion Family members encouraged to attend, show support.
A Maryland vet center saves lives on a daily basis. But homeless veterans aren't the only ones finding a new life at the center. Chesapeake Post 127 moved to the center recently and has been thriving ever since.
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National Commander Mike Helm's "Stay On Course" fundraising pin will be awarded to individuals and posts, units, squadrons and chapters.
The Department of Arizona American Legion family let the Army and airmen know the support the Legion can provide for them and their families.
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Dr. Pepper Snapple Group raises $31,626 for OCW during summer promotion in Iowa.
73 years later, it’s the heroes of Pearl Harbor that are remembered.
The American Legion has repeatedly called upon Congress to provide advance funding for all VA programs, and to protect them from government shutdown.
Mary Sarah's 'Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree,' performed during The American Legion-Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Special, now available on iTunes; proceeds from downloads will go to the Legion.
Followers include members of Congress, national media personalities, branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and federal agencies.
Hitler and Tojo had little concern about uprisings from the masses, even though their militaries suffered devastating defeats in 1944.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor destroyed the U.S. Pacific Fleet, or so many Americans believe.
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Top historians offer insights about conflicts worldwide in 1944 that led to the end of the Axis.
Scholars explore, reexamine and offer fresh interpretations about the deadly invasion that led to Allied victory in World War II.
The servicemembers killed or wounded in the 2009 attack should be considered victims of terrorism – not workplace violence.
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More than $31,000 raised by chapters last year.
National Commander Helm: Meeting shows how high Taiwan values its relationship with The American Legion.
The White House and Pentagon support military benefit cuts in an effort to curb growing costs amidst constant budget cuts.
Program adding new air dates on stations across the United States.
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