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Divided three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals grants U.S. government’s request for a stay, taking same side as American Legion.
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Quality-of-life for military families, Army readiness and resiliency training among topics covered during convention.
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In letter to White House, Legion’s national commander says that a decision should be made by the military – not a federal judge.
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U.S. servicemembers kept on duty past their original discharge date following Sept. 11, 2001, have until Oct. 21 to apply for retroactive pay.
Air Force Secretary Michael Donley renews commitment to airmen and families while addressing The American Legion's National Convention.
DoD secretary tells Legionnaires that goals are achievable against a cruel adversary.
Oct. 21 is the date that applications for retroactive stop-loss payments must be filed with DoD.
National commander calls upon Justice Department officials to vigorously prosecute any American who knowingly leaks classified information.
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At Fort Lewis and Brooke Army Medical Center, the Legion will employ service officers to help with the often-bureaucratic process of being medically discharged.
While the Veterans Health Administration is well prepared at the national level to handle emergencies, it needs to improve its degree of preparedness at the local level.