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Program has shipped more than 500 GPS units to U.S. troops serving in the Middle East.
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Legion makes significant contributions to military family initiative.
During stop in Pennsylvania, national commander calls for taking a 'proactive approach' toward the country's newest generation of veterans.
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On Friday nights, the Aleethia Foundation hosts a dinner in Washington, D.C., for troops recovering from their wounds.
Wounded warriors attended Dec. 28 bowl game in nation’s capital where Legion staff provided military outreach.
One woman’s great idea turned into 700 Christmas stockings filled with goodies for troops stationed in Egypt.
As the Iraq generation comes home, please make sure they feel welcome in your post.
Illinois posts continue tradition of opening doors to Navy recruits on Thanksgiving.
Through Operation Comfort Warriors, Legion-sponsored retreats allow warriors recovering at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center to decompress.
Program at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport warmly welcomes hundreds of troops coming home for R&R every day.
The Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes and The American Legion are giving $120,000 in Thanksgiving checks to 2,000 wounded veterans and servicemembers.
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The sale and production of the 2011 United States Army Commemorative Coins will cease on Dec. 16.
Banner displayed in homes of families with loved on serving in military; posts, districts or departments can conduct their own Blue Star Banner programs in their community.
Organizers of Indiana event to honor military families deliver $11,000 for American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Rules in place for sending holiday cards, packages to deployed, overseas military personnel.
Event hopes to get 1 million signatures pledging support for the military by Memorial Day.
Legion conventioneers in Minneapolis will welcome 200 cyclists "home" this Saturday as they complete the five-day Ride 2 Recovery Great Lakes Challenge for wounded warriors.
An accounting and consulting firm headquartered in Virginia treats wounded warriors to a Washington Nationals ball game in first-class style.
The American Legion wants servicemembers to be paid if Congress fails to raise the national debt ceiling
It takes a grass-roots effort for any Legion program to work, and that is never more evident than when it comes to troop support.
The National Emergency Fund can aid Legionnaires currently serving in the military, while the Legacy Fund benefits the children of servicemembers killed since 9/11.
Heroes to Hometowns, Operation Comfort Warriors, Temporary Financial Assistance and the Family Support Network benefit servicemembers and their families.
Every day in The American Legion, those who once served are supporting those who currently serve.
Sixth Annual Blue Star Salute draws thousands to Stout Field for an afternoon of activities and recognition.
Indiana event honoring the families of those serving in the U.S. Armed Forces will feature dignitaries, booths, entertainment and activities for children.