American Legion National Commander Dale Barnett leads a Walk for Veterans event with Legion family members in Hartford, Conn.
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Donate to National Commander Dale Barnett's fundraising project to support Legion post and Legion family members.
Chartered in May 2014, Post 333 in Columbus, Ga., has stressed Legion programs and service in growing its membership to more than 1,100.
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Recent Legion testimony demands answers from VA officials on accounting of funds collected from commercial tenants.
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Mexico post really does have something for everyone.
Post-season tournament helped raise funds for Legion’s flagship wounded warrior assistance program.
Edgar Johnson, who won his second National Recruiter of the Year Award during the 2015 national convention, has brought more than 1,900 members into the organization in four years.
Commemoration includes Patton's granddaughter.
National Commander Dale Barnett and Department of Missouri Commander George Scarborough leads 5k walk in Kansas City.
Legion representatives attend press conference introducing Military Family Stability Act, which provides geographic stability either before or after servicemember’s permanent change of station.
National Oratorical Conference attendees learn ways to grow the program by reinforcing the value of the contest.
Four Eagle Scouts honored.
Randolph Kelly, a foreign-born vet, finally naturalized after 30 years in the military and a near-lifetime of believing he was a citizen.
West Coast memorial closer to points of departure, action and return for those who fought it.
National Historian's Luncheon speaker taped by cable network for airing, on-demand.
Résumés will be accepted through Oct. 30 for department adjutant position opening up Jan. 1.
Walk to raise public awareness, led by National Commander Dale Barnett, is set for Oct. 3 at World War I Memorial & Museum.
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Attendees of the Legion's National Children & Youth Conference sang a song of love for Rosie Albright, who received a lung transplant last year and lost her sister to Cystic Fibrosis.
Program credits brand-building, delegate-ran multimedia program as reasons for its success.
National Commander Barnett: ‘If crimes occurred, culprits must be prosecuted’
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The Child Welfare Foundation grant recipient provides children with cancer or other serious illnesses with a glass, handmade bead for every step of their hospital treatment.
National Commander Barnett: Veterans need the jobs pipeline would provide.
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National commander warns government shutdown would affect military readiness, VA claims backlog.
Thanks to a team approach, Legion Riders Chapter 283 in Florida has raised more than $130,000 for local charities in seven fall fundraising events; its eighth is scheduled for Sept. 26.
95-year-old World War II nurse subject of movie.
Approximately 140 women veterans made history as they traveled from Ohio to Washington to visit memorials in honor of their service.
Local "America's Parade" is the nation's largest, and visitors are encouraged to march with it.
Legion sponsors dinner for Walter Reed patients and family members, and gives away two Samsung tablets.
American Legion Junior Shooting Sports department chairman share best practices on how to grow the program during the Legion's first National Junior Shooting Sports Conference.
American Legion helped the National Autism Association create the Big Red Safety Box program to keep children from wandering away from the safety of their homes.