RSO, other organizations assisted.
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The new American Legion Citizenship Outreach Guide encourages posts and districts to help lawful immigrants assimilate and become naturalized citizens.
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American Legion National Commander Michael D. Helm describes the tasks facing new Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
Legionnaires will converge on Capitol Hill to advocate on behalf of America’s veterans.
All proceeds from donated vehicles sold at auction will support American Legion charities and programs.
Last Thursday marked the 81st annual National American Legion Pilgrimage to the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln.
The ride starts in Indy and ends in Baltimore, Aug. 23-26.
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Travis Barnes has gone from struggling with transitioning from the military to civilian world to starting a successful distillery in Indianapolis.
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American Legion National Commander Michael D. Helm observed the birthday of the nation’s 16th president.
American Legion Executive Director Verna Jones appreciates the progress achieved in racial tolerance and treatment, yet still sees room for growth.
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In testimony before Congress, the Legion's Davy Leghorn offered recommendations on the Department of Labor's Veterans' Employment and Training Service program.
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The bill H.R. 216 would require long-range planning and budgeting strategies from VA.
National commander: If military action is necessary course of action, key objectives and overall strategic goal must be stated clearly.
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Midway through the campaign, fundraising and membership totals are progressing. But national commander calls on Legion family "to work together at all levels to build membership and raise funds" to support vital programs.
More than 50 job offers made at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst event.
Servicemembers who were killed or injured during the Fort Hood attack in 2009 will be awarded the Purple Heart.
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The American Legion testified to Congress that it will ensure the VA campus serves disabled and homeless veterans again.
For 11 of the 16 Davis children, serving in the military served as a path out of their hometown, Wetumpka, Ala., where opportunities were few and far between in the 1950s and 1960s.
The American Legion’s National Credentialing Summit aims to influence key decision-makers nationwide on hiring veterans for jobs they are qualified for.
Department to offer guidance to veteran business owners and entrepreneurs at the Legion's Small Business Workshop.
More than $31,000 raised by chapters last year.
The American Legion’s Veterans Employment & Education Division is hosting a series of free events tailored to assist veterans and spouses pursuing employment in the civilian sector.
The American Legion is currently reviewing the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission's comprehensive report.
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Kaiserslautern post, Department of France Auxiliary send girl to Maryland.
E-newsletter features news stories, personal memories, videos and photo galleries that pay tribute to servicemembers from World War I to current era.
Freeing terrorists and closing Guantanamo is a terrible idea.
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Veterans Evaluation Services has been contracted by the Department of Veterans Affairs to perform Compensation & Pension exams.
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Legion's Verna Jones joins Marcus Luttrell, former U.S. chief intelligence officer Gen. "Spider" Marks on University of Phoenix panel focused on transition from military to civilian life.
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Registration will continue through August for motorcycle ride that raises funds for children of fallen U.S. servicemembers.
Legion provides subject-matter expertise on military licensing and credentialing at the Council of College and Military Educators' annual symposium.