Blue Star Banner company in rural Delaware takes pride in a legacy of accomplishments and patriotism.
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The nation's electrical grid needs a thorough reinvention for the 21st century.
ASA Challenge Series Rookie of the Year trophy now on display at National Headquarters.
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The Commander's Call of the 50th American Legion Washington Conference will be streamed live on www.legion.org Tuesday, March 2, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Currently, the Post-9/11 GI Bill won't cover vocational courses or on-the-job training offered at non-degree granting institutions. The American Legion hopes to fix that.
DSO school covers legislation, disability evaluations, claims appeals and advocacy training.
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A former Emil A. Blackmore Museum exhibit at The American Legion National Headquarters has moved to Kentucky to entertain a new generation in a historic American setting.
The American Legion's National Security/Foreign Relations Division continued its Operation Military Family Outreach (OFMO) initiative by attending a recent conference in Arlington, Va.
Tyler Jacobson from Oneida, Wis., recently received the George W. Rulon American Legion Baseball Player of the Year.
A permanent site will enable the Legion to eliminate unexpected transportation expenses and focus on building relationships and game attendance.
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Three-time National League MVP and Legion Baseball alum shares his inspiration and motivation.
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To confront the challenges facing military families, a group of public and private sector leaders, including an American Legion representative, met in Jacksonville, Fla., last month for a discussion event.
New how-to section makes it easier to navigate through Library of Congress site.
National commander's 1960 vision for a more unified voice in the nation's capital launched a lasting series of high-profile Legion gatherings.
Four-day training session includes new focus on women veterans issues.
Daytona International Speedway was not so kind to driver Jerick Johnson and The American Legion/David Law Firm 76 Freedom Car.
Twenty-three-kilometer march in Belgium pays tribute to one of World War II's bloodiest - and most significant - engagements.
New video targeting younger generation of veterans soon available through National Headquarters.
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Longtime VA employee brings decades of service in health-care industry to position.
Americans often make the mistake of judging a war's success by the number of Americans who die fighting it.
Legion to host Small Business Task Force seminar during Washington Conference.
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Hurricanes and other natural disasters can strike instantly. When they do, The American Legion's National Emergency Fund is there to help Legionnaires.
Each year, The American Legion offers scholarships to provide young people the opportunity to pursue higher education.
Legion post gives wings to effort that has raised thousands of dollars for VA and DoD hospitals.
Freezing temperatures don't stop Jerich Johnson from a strong performance at the New Smyma Speedway.
The money awarded will help cover college costs for children of military personnel killed on or after 9/11.
National Commander Clarence E. Hill emphasizes the VA’s efforts toward living up to the president’s promise during the 76th annual American Legion Lincoln Day Pilgrimage.
The American Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors program – which provides comfort items to recovering troops – soars to the top of national “Good Ideas” grant competition.
But the racing team still stays busy at the New Smyrna Speedway in east central Florida.