Military spouse vocalist group is in Charlotte, N.C., lending their voices to the event's Patriotic Memorial Service, Opening Ceremonies.
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National chaplain’s Patriotic Memorial Service message focuses on the American flag and all it means.
Founding Fathers Brewing Co. sponsors celebration that features support for Legion, Revolutionary War heroes and free beer.
Twelve years after rain halted the last national convention parade in Charlotte, temps dropped into the 70s and spectators lined the streets.
A growing caseload and possible reduction in staffing could have an impact on the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
The American Legion will hold a town hall meeting and set up a veterans crisis center during its 96th National Convention
VA official says VA is figuratively on fire and that change is the ‘fire hose’ needed to put it out.
With the goal to end veterans homelessness by 2015, Homeless Veterans Roundtable panelists at national convention discuss successes to date.
The department’s interim under secretary for health speaks frankly to Legionnaires.
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Veterans Employment & Education Commission meeting at national convention featured a panel that examined challenges transitioning servicemembers encounter and how Legionnaires can help.
DoD's director of the Personnel Accounting Consolidation Task Force tells Legion her department is taking very seriously its efforts to revamp U.S. accounting of its missing war dead.
Telecommunications company will attend convention job fair, hope to recruit veterans into certified field technician training program.
Staff from House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees explained details of the law's impact on the VA and veterans.
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Seven groups compete in three categories.
Legion and Rebuilding Together spruce up the exterior and interior of the Pine Valley Community Center in Charlotte, N.C.
War dead in Belgium cemetery now have volunteeers to tend their graves.
Legacy Run wraps up in Kings Mountain, N.C., ending another succesful fundraising effort by the Legion Riders.
More than 270 motorcycles travel from Indianapolis to Charlotte, N.C., on American Legion Legacy Run; more donations expected during national convention.
Nearly 90 veteran-friendly employers expected to be on hand Aug. 26, accepting résumés from attendees and even interviewing on the spot.
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Legacy Run leaves North Carolina for a stop in Georgia, collecting more than $60,000 in donations along the way.
Defending champions Brooklawn, N.J., defeated Midland, Mich., 18-0 in seven innings; paid attendance record broken.
The sun finally shines on Riders in North Carolina, and in Virginia, the Run makes a new friend in a legendary radio host.
The Great Recession forced many Americans to tighten their personal balance sheets. But six years later, a dark cloud of debt still looms large.
More rain slows down the Legacy Run but doesn't deter the spirit of the men and women riding in it.
Brooklawn, N.J., and Midland, Mich., will play at 7 p.m. The game will be televised live on ESPNU.
CSX Corporation, the rail transportation giant and reputed military employer, will have a significant role at the Legion's 96th National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Poor weather doesn't slow down the fund-raising efforts of the Legion Riders.
Nine Legion Baseball players will receive a scholarship, sponsored by Diamond Sports, for their scholastic achievements.
If, or when, Iraq crumbles, the United States should remember its 'old friends' - the Kurds.
New Jersey will play Hawaii at 5 p.m., and Nebraska will play Michigan at 8 p.m. Watch live on ESPN3.com.