At last, more military sexual trauma victims are speaking up and getting help.
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Legionnaires flock to Louisville to reflect on a year of accomplishment, plan for a year of growth.
Clarence Hill, a retired Navy captain from Jacksonville, Fla., is The American Legion’s new national commander.
Clarence Hill, a retired Navy captain, was elected The American Legion’s new national commander Aug. 27 at the organization’s 91st National Convention in Louisville, Ky.
Legion Riders and other motorcyclists go far beyond their $400,000 fundraising goal for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
In his acceptance speech at the Louisville convention, newly elected Legion commander Clarence Hill advocated the use of more computer technology and social networking to reach veterans of all ages, from all wars.
American Legion National Commander David K. Rehbein says the controversial “Your Life, Your Choices” booklet lacks sensitivity in its treatment of end-of-life choices.
Gen. David H. Petraeus received The American Legion’s highest honor - the Distinguished Service Medal - at the 91st National Convention in Louisville, Ky.
Adm. Mike Mullen, JCS chairman, says that greater understanding of Middle East culture can help to resolve conflict in that region.
VA Secretary Eric Shinseki made strong promises to veterans while speaking at the 91st National Convention.