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The American Legion will participate in several events around the world.
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Servicemembers recovering at Walter Reed National Medical Center treated to advance screening of ‘Battleship.’
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National Commander Fang A. Wong to speak at Connecticut luncheon, present awards to reservists.
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The trifold brochure can be downloaded on the Legion's website.
Once again, the GI Film Festival celebrates the successes and sacrifices of U.S. servicemembers.
Tune into www.legion.org from 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. and 2 p.m.-3:30 p.m. today, 8:30-10 a.m. Thursday.
Illinois events celebrate life, heroism of unacknowledged Civil War Medal of Honor recipient.
Film set to screen at GI Film Festival in May encourages veterans to ‘remember out loud,’ and share the stories of their service with family and others.
Posts everywhere invited to use speech as template for holiday gatherings.
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The Legion will present the Fourth Estate Award to the 2012 recipients on Aug. 30, during the 94th National Convention in Indianapolis.
Sixth-annual event to screen 42 films, including an advance screening of big-budget “Battleship.”
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Members of the new Legion ham radio club celebrated the organization’s 93rd birthday on air.
Dale Dye, the Legion's 2012 Public Relations Award recipient, is dedicated to changing the way Hollywood conceives, produces and presents military films and TV programs.
Retired Marine Corps Capt. Dale A. Dye will receive the American Legion National Commander’s PR Award on Feb. 29 in Washington.
Now is a good time to start planning for mid-March birthday.
Multimedia replacement for traditional post guide will be a living document, updated often in online version.
Legionnaires encouraged to help in establishment of March 3 as day for honoring the national anthem.
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Public Relations initiative promotes Legion clearinghouse of ways to help servicemembers and veterans.
New radio club designed to attract licensed amateur radio operators.
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