Felix W. Ortiz, an Army veteran, founded Viridis Learning to place veterans in careers where their knowledge, skills and abilities will best serve them.
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Revamped museum to include conference-room space.
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Pending legislation in Congress would guarantee funding in advance for all VA programs, protecting them from future government shutdowns.
Fair pay and benefits needed to maintain quality volunteer force.
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Veterans may work for younger and less-experienced bosses in the private sector – be prepared for it and don’t take it personally.
The American Legion supports the extension of VA benefits toward UC-123 veterans.
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Department of Arizona Post 84 Legionnaires have seen the annual event, which started in 1984, grow from a few onlookers to more than 2,000 attendees.
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Jordan is emerging as an ally that shares U.S. interests and ideals, but Americans don’t seem to appreciate this old friend in the Middle East.
The American Legion’s battle to protect benefits for military retirees and all veterans.
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New identification cards to be mailed to approximately 4 million enrollees in VA’s health-care system.
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The American Legion’s online TBI/PTSD survey runs through Feb. 28.
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The Legion's Twitter following has grown to nearly 27,000. Help us hit 30,000.
At George W. Bush Institute's military summit, former president pledged full support for newest generation of veterans – and explained how two studies can help them.
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National World War II Museum’s Normandy Academy offers learning and leadership experience for students, including visits to New Orleans and Normandy.
Heroism of Japanese-American veterans in World War II was celebrated on Annual Day of Remembrance.
Expedited claims for disabled veterans “absolutely the right thing to do,” says national commander.
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National Commander addresses Ruth Marcus’ claims that military retirement benefits are ‘extraordinarily generous.’
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House Veterans Affairs chairman lodges complaint in letter to VA Secretary Shinseki.
Post 84 to host memorial and parade honoring local Marine who was among those who raised the flag on Iwo Jima.
Many online resources are available to help veterans start or restart their own businesses.
Steer wrestler Trevor Knowles continues to raise awareness and funds for Legion’s support program for wounded veterans.
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The money you spend on school may qualify you for an income-tax deduction.
Department Commander Art Schwabe and Adjutant Mike McDaniel will parachute from a plane if membership reaches its 2013-2014 goals.
New head of Americanism Commission, Richard W. Anderson, says ‘100 percent Americanism’ is responsibility of Legionnaires, citizens everywhere.
Veterans can still take the online survey, which runs through the month of February.
During his speech outside Lincoln’s tomb, Legion national commander calls on Congress to remember the 16th president’s vow to care for veterans.
Action still falls short of American Legion requests that future military retirees be protected from cuts.
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Commander says Legion won’t rest until all planned cuts to military retiree benefits are off the table.
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The online survey seeks to understand out why veterans leave their first post-military jobs.
Floor vote protects measure to restore cost-of-living-adjustment benefits from filibuster.
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