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Team Depot, Rebuilding Together team up to provide much-needed renovations to St. Louis Legionnaire's home.
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On Nov. 11, the nation paused to honor its veterans. Like many other U.S. cities, Washington, D.C. was home to several events and festivites commemorating the sacrifce of past and present generations.
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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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American Legion delegation marches, receives gratitude from onlookers and reconnects with fellow veterans during patriotic event.
A combat veteran's perspective on the ties that bind all who served in times of war.
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Legion leadership, individual Legionnaires and posts to take part in observances and celebrations nationwide.
Restaurants, businesses across the country offering free or reduced prices around Veterans Day.
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The nation's largest Veterans Day parade welcomes Legion members and families to support former and current servicemembers by joining others in 1.3-mile march.
Members of The American Legion Amateur Radio Club (TALARC) will operate on short-wave radio from 9 a.m. through 4 p.m., using the Federal Communications Commission specially-issued radio call sign – W9L
“Best of the GI Film Festival” films and select military movies available in time for Veterans Day events.
America’s Parade on Veterans Day featured Legion members marching together as a family for the first time.
20th anniversary of the Vietnam Women's Memorial – and unusually pleasant weather – draws large Veterans Day crowd in Washington.
President Obama speaks at Veterans Day ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery, where he introduced the audience to one very special veteran.
Homeward Bound event raises funds to help veterans with post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries.
Legion family members from Kimlau Chinese Memorial Post 1291 in New York City march in its annual Veterans Day parade.
Three of four surviving Doolittle Raiders perform final toasting ceremony for their fallen comrades.
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For 10 years, with Legion support, California schoolchildren have dedicated a day to honor those who served.
Students from eight schools in Colorado participate in Saluting America program by thanking veterans and active-duty military for their service, sacrifices.
Businesses are offering free or reduced goods and services to servicemembers, veterans and family members.
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The American Legion Magazine recently spoke with retired Gen. Ann Dunwoody, the U.S. military’s first female four-star general.
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National Vice Commander Robert Newman will represent the Legion on Veterans Day in Washington, D.C.
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Ten major markets will broadcast the New York City event; Legionnaires still welcome to march.
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Hundreds of Legion Family members expected to participate in America’s Parade on Veterans Day in New York City.
American Legion Veterans Day web page is a clearinghouse for PR materials, news, links and more.
Members of Legion Family invited to march in Legion Veterans Day Parade contingent in New York City on Nov. 11.
Obama touches on veterans employment during Veterans Day ceremony attended by American Legion National Commander James Koutz at Arlington National Cemetery.
Today’s generation, he tells crowd at Veterans Day service, has not yet felt the full effect of 10 continuous years of war fighting.
We must always be grateful for the dedication and accomplishments of the men and women among us who've worn the uniform of our country.
For Veterans Day weekend, 398 national parks are honoring veterans and servicemembers with free admission.
Legion leaders to participate in ceremonies in New York, Washington; Legion.org landing page to be dedicated to national holiday.