Commission and committee members, along with the National Executive Committee, will converge on Indianapolis for a busy five days.
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Rep. Ike Skelton comes out strongly in favor of H.R. 5013, the IMPROVE Acquisition Act of 2010.
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Family monthly premium rates will be reduced for all age groups by an average of 8 percent.
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Despite a law passed more than a decade ago, federal contractors are still falling short on using veteran-owned small businesses.
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The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund is competing for $250,000 Pepsi Refresh Everything grant.
More than 300 family members, friends on hand in Chicago to honor Legion past national commander on ‘John Geiger Day.'
New York Legionnaire Duane Jackson gains national recognition after pointing out an SUV laden with explosives to police officers in Times Square.
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Follow the link on the right side of legion.org and cast your daily votes in the Pepsi Refresh Everything project.
The purchase of a special CD and/or DVD by country music star Michael Peterson generates profit for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
Applications for the $3,000 Eight and Forty Lung and Respiratory Disease Nursing Scholarship are due by mid-May.
The National Organization for Youth Safety urges teenagers to stop talking and texting on cell phones while driving with its National Youth Traffic Safety Month.
Members of the NEC and Legion officers got a glimpse at a 48-minute film detailing their organization's history of influence and advocacy.
The American Legion National Executive Committee announced today that Shelby, N.C., will be the permanent American Legion Baseball World Series site.
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Legion representative: VA must continue health studies on Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange.
Legion staffers conduct week-long tutorial to service officers, providing a fundamental understanding of the claims process and tips to getting benefits for veterans.
Joe Phillips of Fond du Lac, Wis., led a campaign to properly retire unserviceable U.S. flags and claimed Legion honors.
Institute of Medicine committee will compare Blue Water, Brown Water Vietnam veterans' exposure to herbicides.
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National Commander Clarence Hill tells NEC the Legion is willing to work with VA to improve the department's veterans hiring practices.
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Legion praises the legislation, but National Commander Clarence Hill urges lawmakers to ‘not forget' veterans of previous eras.
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National World War II Museum in New Orleans celebrates its 10th anniversary with special event honoring veterans and home-front workers.
Legion deputy director: VA must use ‘quality component' to reduce claims backlog.
Sons of The American Legion raised nearly $150,000 for the Child Welfare Foundation during the Spring Meetings.
Microsoft Corp. announced today that it is inviting organizations to submit proposals for the Elevate America Veterans Initiative.
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has won the National Award to Enhance Lives of Disabled Persons.
Four days after Legion testimony about VA's work-credit system for processing disability claims, the Veterans Benefits Administration announced it will take steps to improve its claims staff's work.
100 percent of membership goal is the final target date before delegate strength in July.
Five district commanders, their guests will be honored on stage during national convention in Milwaukee.
MicroTech, a leading technology systems integrator, has announced that President and CEO Tony Jimenez is a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2010 Award in the Greater Washington region.
A portion of the veteran quartet's proceeds go to The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
World War I memorial that has stood since 1934 desecrated less than two weeks after Supreme Court rules in favor of the cross remaining in place.
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