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Operation Comfort Warriors program purchased golf clubs and treated servicemembers to a round of golf.
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Department of Minnesota presents iPad, iPod to U.S. Army private suffering from traumatic brain injury.
The Aleethia Foundation hosted its annual dinner in Washington, D.C., for 30 servicemembers and their families.
Sunny Farrand of California makes final cut for Champions of Care Challenge.
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Legion family members hand out more than 300 Operation Comfort Warriors backpacks to wounded warriors in eight-sport paralympic-style invitational at Camp Pendleton.
Steer wrestler Trevor Knowles continues to raise awareness and funds for Legion’s support program for wounded veterans.
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Wounded warriors and their families in San Diego enjoy turkey dinner and presents.
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.
More than $30,000 worth of items from Operation Comfort Warriors will be donated to city’s VA clinic and a homeless shelter for women veterans.
Boy Scouts in Speedway, Ind., raise nearly $4,000 for Operation Comfort Warriors, learn about helping an important cause in the process.
Wounded warriors receive a cookout, hats and new Playstations, thanks to Legion program and donations.
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The Aleethia Foundation hosted its 10th reunion dinner in Washington, D.C., for nearly 400 servicemembers, their families and supporters of the foundation.
Donations have provided essential kitchen necessities for wounded warriors.
Legion program gives injured servicemembers and their families a day at Six Flags San Antonio.
Operation Comfort Warriors providing day of amusement park fun for 1,000 wounded servicemembers and their families in San Antonio.
Legion Family and other supporters chip in to shatter fundraising goal set for Operation Comfort Warriors.
Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors provides more than $7,000 worth of equipment to Fort Hood Warrior Transition Battalion.
Operation Comfort Warriors will present thousands of dollars worth of sporting goods, outdoor games to Fort Hood WTB.
About $100,000 in Operation Comfort Warriors donations are needed to reach National Commander Koutz’s goal by late August.
The Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors program participated in Organization Day at Fort Knox.
Donations help those recovering develop new skills, including one soldier who is participating in community’s search and rescue team.
National commander increases goal for fundraising program that provides exercise gear and entertainment equipment to wounded servicemembers.
Seventh-graders from Sabattus, Maine, organize coin drive that raises more than $400 to help wounded servicemembers.
Legion Post 57 of Grandview, Wash., held a penny-a-day fundraiser in February.
The iPad minis will assist the Marines as they recover from injuries suffered in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Sports equipment will help recovering warriors heal, get stronger and train for competitions.
Professional rodeo star backs Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors.
Operation Comfort Warriors delivers rehabilitation equipment, entertainment and smiles to wounded and ill servicemembers.
Legion program rewards athletes and volunteers at the third annual Marine Corps Trials at Camp Pendleton, Calif.
National Commander Jim E. Koutz helped deliver $4,500 worth of gifts to recovering servicemembers at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Ga.