Legionnaires and posts that are involved in suicide-prevention programs are urged to contact the Legion’s Washington office.
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Legion’s Economic director offers organization’s help during National Association of Veteran Program Administrators Conference in Las Vegas.
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The National Education Association’s 89th American Education Week is approaching, and The American Legion encourages posts to get involved in the celebration.
NEC passes 30 resolutions covering a broad swath of The American Legion's mission.
In support of Operation: Military Kids, Kansas State University created an interactive theater program for military youth to express their feelings about deployment.
National Public Relations Division sending ad to more than 8,000 newspapers across the country.
American Legion National Commander Jimmie L. Foster reaffirmed the Legion's opposition to a proposed casino near Gettysburg battlefield.
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With changes expected in Congress following the upcoming elections, it is imperative to have a council in place by January.
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The 12th annual National American Legion College is under way in Indianapolis, training Legionnaires to be future leaders.
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Since last Sunday, the 54 National American Legion College students have been immersed in concentrated classroom and small group activities.
Around 30 veterans received jobs after attending the Legion’s Heroes to Hometowns Job Fair during National Convention.
The Iraq Homeland and Border Control Conference & Expo invites veterans and other interested individuals to Washington from Dec. 2 - 3 for an information seminar on developing contracting operations and businesses in Iraq.
The 90-minute documentary discusses the largest land battle ever fought by the U.S. Army: the Battle of the Bulge.
The vision of creating a grand slam American Legion World Series in Shelby, N.C., is becoming reality, thanks to the community’s unending support.
Legion rep attends meeting where environmental hazards affecting U.S. servicemembers are discussed.
Quality-of-life for military families, Army readiness and resiliency training among topics covered during convention.
National Commander Jimmie L. Foster tells students to slowly make the best of their new knowledge.
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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.
The Pittsburgh RecruitMilitary event welcomed 136 veterans, spouses and family members, as well as 45 exhibitors.
Going through the crash site, the volunteer fireman found a symbol of hope on the smoldering field.
Gulf War vet vows to build lasting memorial to Flight 93 victims.
Downloadable material for Saturday's anniversary can be used by local posts.
Legislative Commission reviewing convention resolutions, looking ahead to Legion Day.
The Legion will intensify its focus on veterans in the nation's capitol this week with a benefits fair that focuses on health care, education benefits and job counseling.
Numerous guides are available for posts to help make local events a success.
Tire, sway bar damage spoils top-10 chance in Northwest Ohio Ford Dealers 200 race.
VA says it will continues to ensure and protect Servicemembers', Survivors' Life Insurance benefits administered by Prudential.
With a strong dedication to supporting our nation's youth, The American Legion National Children & Youth Conference gets under way Friday in Indianapolis.
Testifying before Congress, American Legion official Ian de Planque said VA must dramatically improve its training programs.
Country music star Clay Walker helped make a Marine's last wish come true. But the Marine's family needs your help in giving Cpl. Brian Downard a burial fitting of his service.