Jerick Johnson held his ground Saturday night to wheel The American Legion/David Law Firm 67 Freedom Car to a third-place finish at New Smyrna Speedway.
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Nearly 70 veterans from across America took part in a two-day “boot camp” at George Washington University in D.C. to learn about running for public office.
National commander says problems are more wide-spread than isolated, pledges Legion’s help in correcting the situation.
National commander says while there is much to like about 2012 VA budget recommendations, other areas still fall short.
Freedom Car crew fights back to avert disaster; No. 76 car comes back to earn pole position in tonight's race.
Johnson’s fourth-place finish at New Smyrna in limbo, pending a decision from race officials.
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Once again, The Citadel and Virginia Military Institute faced off for a charity hockey game to raise funds for the Legion's Legacy Scholarship.
Approximately 42,000 veterans enrolled in health-care system will be asked to participate in telephone interviews.
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Stuxnet computer worm may now be the signature weapon in the high-tech covert war against Iran.
Johnson has his best finish in World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing less than 24 hours after having fourth place result stripped away.
Meeting with members of federal agencies, NSFR Assistant Director Freddy Gessner stressed the importance of continued accounting for missing personnel.
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National commander: While sacrifices in spending must be made, they shouldn’t come at the expense of those who have already sacrificed.
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Legion’s Washington office executive director discusses situation involving JPMorgan Chase & Co.
National Commander speaks at Abraham Lincoln's tomb in honor of the former president's birthday.
With a third on Thursday, Driver Jerick Johnson accumulates six top-four finishes in six races at New Smyrna Speedway.
The video ‘African Americans in the Military: A Legacy of Exception Service’ is available for viewing online.
The American Legion urges Congress to invest wisely in key infrastructure areas for VA’s fiscal 2012 budget.
Technology and systems integrator MicroTech has been selected as a Prime Vendor for the U.S. Army $400 Million Information Technology Services.
The 76 Freedom Car had a shot at the World Series championship in New Smyrna, but some unfortunate circumstances set back its final outing.
Accounts would allow military families to meet childcare, health-care expenses.
Strict new policies to ensure veteran safety led to investigation after a VA employee reported spots on trays and on surgical instrument.
Company partners with American Bass Anglers to raise money for fund providing college scholarships to children of U.S. servicemembers killed on or after 9/11.
ABC program seeking for ‘deserving families,’ including veterans, to receive much-needed repairs/renovations to their homes.
National commander says Columbia students should have honored Iraq veteran for the sacrifices he made in service to their country, not heckled him for his views.
New York Assemblyman Robert J. Castelli sends letter to the president of Columbia University after Iraq student-veteran is jeered during ROTC forum.
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Legion blogger offers his take on the heckling of former Army Staff Sgt. Anthony Maschek at Columbia University.
The American Legion's preferred provider of financial services and insurance recently received No. 1 rankings for consumer loyalty and customer service from two independent research firms.
With its Wounded Warrior Program, the House of Representatives is offering veterans a chance to work on Capitol Hill.
Emblem Sales program has given back more than $2,600 in credit to participating posts.
Organization calls on TRICARE to reimburse policy holders suffering from traumatic brain injury for the cost of cognitive rehabilitation therapy.