Legion applauds mission success in Afghanistan, stands ready to welcome troops home after president’s announcement.
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Lone Marine Rolling Thunder
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Organization joins "Veterans on Wall Street" job fair, a which will feature more than 100 vendors, employers and VSOs.
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New section will focus on key issues in veterans health care, as well as updates on the Legion's System Worth Saving program.
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Organization calls for Army to be relieved of Arlington National Cemetery management.
Property donated in West Los Angeles on the promise it only be ysed for veterans now leased out for other purposes
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Legionnaires encouraged to increase awareness of PTSD and its devastating effects.
Governor Markell talks about Boys and Girls State
In addition to broadcasting all the games, ESPN's live sports broadband network will also deliver coverage of events associated with World Series.
Convention attendees showing their American Legion badge will receive a pass for 10 percent off purchases for three days.
Representatives from organization's D.C. office attend veterans hiring fair and career workshop in New York City, aboard the USS Intrepid.
Sixth Annual Blue Star Salute draws thousands to Stout Field for an afternoon of activities and recognition.
Registration remains ongoing for motorcycle ride that has raised more than $2 million for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Literary journal helps Eastern Kentucky veteran students adjust to lives after war
Medical Musical Group's Memorial Day concert will air on Fox Business Channel on July 3.
Booklet containing info on 2011 ride - including route, safety information and ‘posse up' locations - can be downloaded in Word format.
The Legion is in support of legal action that alleges unlawful religious discrimination against America's veterans buried at the Houston National Cemetery.
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Pair who saved lives of many Operation Iraqi Freedom coalition troops tours Washington office.
On April 29, 1975, Thuy Pyo and her mother, Kim Nguyen, were evacuated by helicopter from Saigon during the chaos surrounding the end of the Vietnam War.
The American Legion is expressing concern over repeated revelations of the alleged victimization of student veterans.
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More than $430,000 in stipend payments will be sent out this month to 176 families.
51 American Legion Baseball players in Arkansas take part in two-day Under Armour and Baseball Factory Showcase.
President Obama alters longstanding policy to include sending letters to next of kin of servicemembers who commit suicide in theater of operation.
American Legion Legislative Division staff will testify in front of House Committee on Veterans' Affairs subcommittees on economic opportunities, veterans legislation.
Eighty-five percent say VA regional offices are inefficient and slow; 54 percent say they intend to appeal claims decisions.
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130 injured veterans, along with their families and supporters, are on Ride 2 Recovery trip around historic World War II landmarks.
Jerick Johnson will drive The American Legion/David Law Firm 76 Freedom Car in Steel City 100.
Work done by fix-it-up show ‘Down & Dirty' provides a ‘heart beat' to Franklin Delano Post 938's memorial wall.
National commander calls on Justice Department to appeal decision ending ‘Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' citing a ‘lack of consistency and expertise' by the courts.
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Department calling on women veterans to share their experiences using the VA health-care system.