Message goes out from membership around the world.
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Virginia couple puts together traveling exhibit showcasing Vietnam-bound soldiers’ personal ‘tags’ on troopship.
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All that cash, despite today’s rock-bottom interest rates.
The Congress-approved budget bill may be bipartisan, but both parties are leaving America’s retired veterans in the lurch.
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The American Legion wants the U.S. Senate to cancel a provision in the budget bill that would reduce cost-of-living benefits for military retirees.
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A history buff’s $17 purchase at a Goodwill store and some Internet research helped reconnect World War II veteran with his leather bomber jacket.
The Senate has advanced a two-year budget deal that would reduce cost-of-living benefits for more than 900,000 military retirees, including those who are medically retired.
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Online resource matches veterans and families with jobs and homes in Iowa.
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Playing a game of global 'Guess Who'? reveals that countries aren't always exactly as we believe them to be.
Baltimore Ravens honor Thomas Clavell from Hampstead, Md., with the 2013 Community Quarterback Award.
See a list of industries that are expected to see growth in the next few years.
American Legion vows to continue fight for Mt. Soledad Cross.
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American Legion meetings with the Internal Revenue Service resulted in change to guidelines requiring posts to keep copies of members' DD-214s on file.
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National Commander Dellinger: Men, women who served country well deserve to be treated in like fashion once they hang up uniforms.
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Government ‘reverse auction’ procurement practice criticized by Legion.
The substantial chasm between VA and American Legion statistics on the accuracy of claims processing came to light at a hearing on Capitol Hill.
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SAL member and artist Mike Sekletar paints his second war mural, a rendition of ‘Reflections’ by artist Lee Teter.
DD-214s only required if an agent has information that contradicts information provided by a post.
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Past Department of New York Commander Mike Bowen meets with student veterans at Monroe College in New York City.
The U.S. military offers a path to citizenship for its 35,000 non-citizen recruits.
The rules have been published in the Federal Register and will become effective on March 24
Department of New Mexico Legion Family delivers nearly $30,000 worth of gifts to Albuquerque VA medical center and homeless shelter through Operation Comfort Warriors.
Gov. Terry Branstad shares how the Home Base Iowa program is making Iowa a friendly place for veterans to live.
Taking a few key precautions will help to keep your credit cards and ratings safe while deployed.
From selling computers to leading group exercises, work experience in college can give you an edge in the job market.
While VA says its accuracy on benefits claims processing is about 90 percent, the Legion’s experience tells a different story.
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Raffle donations will be presented to the Legion on Jan. 16 during the seventh annual Warrior Appreciation Night in Las Vegas.
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Former American Legion Baseball players wait to see if their names will be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Retired Maj. William F. Lee was honored for his leadership.
National commander says 'morale is becoming a casualty of sequestration' thanks to the latest budget talk emanating from Washington, D.C.