Jerick Johnson currently ranks fourth in rookie points and holds first place in the Hard Charger category.
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It's been 66 years since D-Day, but a day doesn't pass when the soldiers are forgotten - especially two of them.
D.C. office staffers provide information on VA benefits during day set aside to honor, help combat veterans and active-duty military personnel who served in Iraq or Afghanistan.
The American Legion told Congress on Tuesday that 'there are clearly areas for improvement' in the way VBA processes disability claims for veterans.
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Legion National Task Force Member, Tom Mullon, and Allison Murphy, Legion National Field Service Representative, are conducting a site review of the Washington D.C. VA Medical Center.
Legion's Policy Coordinating and Action Group briefed on a study that examined how military deployments affect the children left behind.
One of the nation's biggest tributes to military families to feature Legion Riders convoy, music by Michael Peterson, sky-diving and cheerleaders.
Once again, the upcoming American Legion Baseball World Series games will be streamed live via the Legion's Web site.
Organization dedicated to preserving affordable home ownership will partner on repair project with Legion in Milwaukee.
Small Business Task Force member Tony Jimenez has been recognized again. His company, MicroTech, has won another award.
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The American Legion and Student Veterans of America will host the Veterans on Campus Symposium in Milwaukee, a conference that sets out to improve the lives of student veterans.
Legion's PCAG gets a look at major programs coming out of the Office of Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy.
Since 1979, Vet Centers have promoted the philosophy of "veterans helping veterans"
More than 150 Blue Star Banners are presented during Fifth Annual Indiana Blue Star Salute.
92nd National Convention's parade is scheduled for 4 p.m. Aug. 29 in Milwaukee.
Students coming to Indianapolis for the National Association of Student Councils National Convention will visit The American Legion Mall June 27.
The American Legion is calling upon Congress and VA to move quickly in granting benefit claims for three diseases linked to Agent Orange.
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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.
Members of Congress gathered in the Capitol to recognize the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.
PNC William Detweiler, VA Secretary Eric Shinseki among those scheduled to attend event; completion of project scheduled for late 2013.
Filmmaker Suzanne DeLaurentiis will be presented with Oregon National Guard Commendation, an award rarely given to civilians, for her endeavors to help wounded soldiers.
Ground broken for VAMC construction project that will replace hospital nearly destroyed during Hurricane Katrina.
Only 27 and serving as commander of the second largest post in Wyoming, Loren Davis says a kinship exists between he and the older veterans in his post.
Past National Commander Bill Detweiler, a New Orleans resident, says the new VAMC that is being built is an example of his city's rebirth after Katrina.
VA is offering the medallions to attach to existing, privately purchased headstones or markers for veterans who died on or after Nov. 1, 1990.
Tyler Jacobson, the George W. Rulon American Legion Player of the Year, recently received the honorable award in Cooperstown, N.Y., during an MLB alumni game.
Joe Pistorese, a pitcher for the Montana Kalispell Lakers Class AA American Legion Baseball team, pitched a 27-up, 27-down game last month.
On June 27 in Indianapolis, nearly 1,000 student council members were educated on The American Legion's multiple youth programs.
Congressional testimony on VA's emergency preparedness, working with other VSOs among many recent activities by D.C. staff.
The Labor Department, the Veterans' Employment and Training Service and the Employment and Training Administration's Job Corps will offer veterans hands-on training in 100 career fields.