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American Legion contingent gets on the main stage in front of thousands during the Tree Town Music Festival; while Soldier's Wish makes a life-changing donation.
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National Vice Commander Jacobs will represent the Legion at two events.
Military.com offers collated list of offers from businesses, institutions.
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More than 100 Legion family members take part in Quilts of Valor Day of Service in Indianapolis.
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Legion family members can help construct quilts for wounded warriors.
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OCW provides Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 to wounded warrior being treated for traumatic brain injury at Minneapolis VA facility.
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National television messages spread awareness and raise funds to help those who served get the help they need.
Servicemembers who were killed or injured during the Fort Hood attack in 2009 will be awarded the Purple Heart.
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The American Legion is currently reviewing the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission's comprehensive report.
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Legion's Verna Jones joins Marcus Luttrell, former U.S. chief intelligence officer Gen. "Spider" Marks on University of Phoenix panel focused on transition from military to civilian life.
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National commander: Newest move 'has enhanced our ability to provide that support and show our appreciation for those who sacrifice every day on our behalf.'
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Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors donates $10k worth of items to Tampa VA's Spinal Cord Injury Center.
Post 145 in Avon provided nearly 200 presents, a lunch and more to Indiana National Guard families.
New American Legion hub provides wealth of resources for transitioning troops and their families.
Post 331 in Stone Harbor raises funds to send two Coast Guardsmen from Training Center Cape May home to spend holidays with their families
The Department of Arizona American Legion family let the Army and airmen know the support the Legion can provide for them and their families.
National Commander Helm, Auxiliary National President Janet Jefford serve dinner to U.S., South Korean troops at Camp Bonifas.
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered on National Mall for unique event to honor courage and sacrifice of America's troops.
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Brodeur family honored in Washington for its dedication and commitment as caregivers to their son Vincent Mannion-Brodeur, an Iraq veteran.
American Legion creates, stocks clothes closet with nearly $5,000 worth of jackets, sweatshirts, jeans and other essentials at VA facility in Shreveport, La.
For more than a century, the U.S. military has provided critical support battling blazes in the West.
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Five American Legion posts will participate in the Loudoun County event Sept. 27 to honor and help the military community.
National Commander Dan Dellinger and Medal of Honor recipient Kyle White honor five individuals with award that recognizes community volunteerism.
Maine American Legion post pairs up with quadruple amputee to raise money for the Northern Maine Veterans Museum & Community Center.
Post 133's Freedom Fest 2014 will raise funds for the Northern Maine Veterans Museum & Community Center.
American Legion Family members help distribute gear, give thanks to participants at the Army Warrior Trials at West Point.
Nearly 1,000 military members and their families attend the ninth annual Indiana Blue Star Salute.
Founding Fathers will support American military families with half of net profits from sales through Legion posts.
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