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A Marine Corps veteran's remarkable, bittersweet cross-country motorcycle ride concluded in the natio'ns capital - just in time for Memorial Day obeservances.
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Four Legionnaires, including a World War II veteran, placed the wreath near Lee Mansion at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Dr. Bruce Heilman, 88, made a stop on his 6,000-mile motorcycle ride to lay a wreath with other Okinawa veterans at city's World War II memorial.
Adam Sandoval and canine pal 'Scooter' raise scholarship money for children of slain servicemembers on record-breaking motorcycle run.
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On May 23, American Legion Riders will conduct a formal wreath-laying at Arlington National Cemetery's Civil War Unknowns Monument.
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Post 392 in Panama City, Fla,, has used a mentoring approach, and the Legion Riders, to bring in dozens of active-duty military and Post-9/11 veterans.
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Two Virginia Legionnaires drove to Atlanta and then Shreveport, La., to help World War II veteran, fellow Legion Rider E. Bruce Heilman on his 6,000-mile motorcycle trek across the nation.
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88-year-old Legion Rider will travel 6,000 miles across the country on his motorcycle, sharing a message of remembrance for the 70th anniversary of World War II's end.
Rides to Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery among activities planned May 22-24 around nation's capital.
Registration will continue through August for motorcycle ride that raises funds for children of fallen U.S. servicemembers.
Riders from multiple chapters deliver holiday cheer, stockings to residents of VA community living center, dorm.
Chapter 60 in Logansport, Ind., still involved with homeless veterans facility after donating $3,000 to sponsor an apartment there.
Ride raised more than $434,000; another $566k donated during national convention, bringing total to $1 million
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.
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Legacy Run leaves North Carolina for a stop in Georgia, collecting more than $60,000 in donations along the way.
The sun finally shines on Riders in North Carolina, and in Virginia, the Run makes a new friend in a legendary radio host.
More rain slows down the Legacy Run but doesn't deter the spirit of the men and women riding in it.
Poor weather doesn't slow down the fund-raising efforts of the Legion Riders.
More than $121,000 raised during opening night at Post 64 in Indianapolis; ride leaves Indy at 8 a.m. this morning.
Daily GPS coordinates for stops on the Legacy Run now are available to download.
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More than 600 participants have signed up for the motorcycle ride that raises funds for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Hundreds of riders will leave Indianapolis Aug. 17 and end up in Charlotte, N.C., raising funds for the Legacy Fund along the way.
Several Legion posts will open their doors to the hundreds of Legacy Run participants.
More than 540 participants already have signed up online for 2014 Legacy Run.
An American Legion war memorial stands in danger of being removed from public land.
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An American Legion Rider carries the names of two Vietnam and one Iraq servicemember killed in action on his Run for The Wall.
Committee liaisons with Internal Affairs Commission work with individual departments.
More than 100 South Carolina Legionnaires participate in state's third Legacy Run.
American Legion post in the D.C. area hosting various events during this weekend's annual Rolling Thunder ride.
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