National commander challenges NECmen present at the first session of Fall Meetings to "stoke the fires" of posts in their local communities.
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American Legion posts are encouraged to recognize boys and girls who demonstrate quality character and good citizenship.
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The Legion's Child Welfare Foundation awarded 18 nonprofit organizations with grants to benefit their mission of supporting children and youth.
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Despite a $1 billion price tag and commitment of significant military resources, the mission against ISIS is still, puzzlingly, unnamed.
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Veterans have service-learned skills and experience that can set them apart from ciivilian applicants in these five careers.
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Brodeur family honored in Washington for its dedication and commitment as caregivers to their son Vincent Mannion-Brodeur, an Iraq veteran.
Legion says veterans preference needs to remain in place to help veterans compete with civilians in the job market.
Teaching certification organization is looking for veterans and servicemembers who wish to continue serving their country as educators to low-income students.
National commander and National Executive Committee to review commission reports, discuss Legion priorities and vote on resolutions.
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Week ending 10/3/14
Edward Castillo of Post 68 in Hayward, Calif., recruited 51 new members into the Legion in 2014.
American Legion creates, stocks clothes closet with nearly $5,000 worth of jackets, sweatshirts, jeans and other essentials at VA facility in Shreveport, La.
Department looks to build on success of May hiring event by hosting more veterans opportunities this month.
“Best of the GI Film Festival” films and select military movies available in time for Veterans Day events.
More than 390 veterans get help at the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in Washington, D.C.
Nation's first memorial dedicated to disabled servicemen and women allows tells the stories of their journeys and sacrifices.
Before becoming Wisconsin's highest executive official, Scott Walker was once a rising high school senior who moved through Badger Boys State and ultimately Boys Nation.
Nearly 200 veterans get help in the first two days of the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in D.C.
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Legion's credentialing working group meets in D.C. office ahead of February summit.
Legion Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Division Chairman Ralph Bozella reflects on the success of the Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Centers, the future of outreach centers.
National commander calls on presiden to demand release of jailed U.S. Marine veteran Andrew Tahmooressi.
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Meeting to be held Oct. 15.
Week ending 9/26/14
For more than a century, the U.S. military has provided critical support battling blazes in the West.
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Department of Kansas, California introduced mobile website, phone app to give delegates convenient access to program resources.