The Iraq Homeland and Border Control Conference & Expo invites veterans and other interested individuals to Washington from Dec. 2 - 3 for an information seminar on developing contracting operations and businesses in Iraq.
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Around 30 veterans received jobs after attending the Legion’s Heroes to Hometowns Job Fair during National Convention.
Since last Sunday, the 54 National American Legion College students have been immersed in concentrated classroom and small group activities.
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The 12th annual National American Legion College is under way in Indianapolis, training Legionnaires to be future leaders.
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With changes expected in Congress following the upcoming elections, it is imperative to have a council in place by January.
American Legion National Commander Jimmie L. Foster reaffirmed the Legion's opposition to a proposed casino near Gettysburg battlefield.
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National Public Relations Division sending ad to more than 8,000 newspapers across the country.
In support of Operation: Military Kids, Kansas State University created an interactive theater program for military youth to express their feelings about deployment.
NEC passes 30 resolutions covering a broad swath of The American Legion's mission.
The National Education Association’s 89th American Education Week is approaching, and The American Legion encourages posts to get involved in the celebration.
Legion’s Economic director offers organization’s help during National Association of Veteran Program Administrators Conference in Las Vegas.
Legionnaires and posts that are involved in suicide-prevention programs are urged to contact the Legion’s Washington office.
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Posts, departments honored for narrative, yearbook submissions; Legionnaires are reminded to start preparing for 2011 contest.
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The 2010 Samsung American Legion Scholarship recipients each recieved $20,000 for undergraduate studies.
‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ will be devoted to homeless female veterans today. Check local listings in your area for time.
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Organization provides feedback, suggestions for caregiver legislation implementation process.
Independence Way rehabilitation facility at VAMC in nation’s capitol will prepare severly disabled veterans for reintegration into society.
The American Legion is collecting cases of veterans whose third-party insurances were improperly billed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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A guidelined speech for Veterans Day is now available on The American Legion Web site.
Once mainstays in Congress, veterans are now few and far between on Capitol Hill. Washington could use an infusion of veterans now.
Ad-hoc committee formed during Fall Meetings will investigate current treatments and alternative ways to treat ‘signature wound.’
In letter to White House, Legion’s national commander says that a decision should be made by the military – not a federal judge.
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Congress may be receiving low approval ratings from the general voting population, but The American Legion says lawmakers have come through for veterans issues this year.
The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation recently awarded funds to 21 non-profit organizations.
The Legion’s Heroes to Hometowns Golf Classic raised funds for the Legacy Scholarship, improved H2H visibility, and built camaraderie among veterans.
Free material can help craft next year’s resolutions to exacting standards required.
27th-place finish leaves Jerick Johnson in second place in the ARCA Hard Charger Award standings.
The American Legion’s legacy stirs Blackhorse Productions to create a documentary about the nation's largest veterans organization.
50 iPods, 20 Nintendo Wii controllers handed out to Wounded Warrior Regiment.
Commission and committee members, along with the National Executive Committee, will converge on Indianapolis for a busy five days.