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Registration open for Legion’s annual Small Business Task Force Business Conference.
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Veterans welcome to attend Legion and RecruitMilitary career fair in February.
Speakers from the Department of Veterans Affairs briefed Legionnaires on veteran benefits and issues during the Legion’s annual Washington Conference.
How to do business with the U.S. government was the focus of the Legion’s Small Business Training Program for veterans.
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Dale Dye receives The National Commander’s Public Relations Award for having brought the realities of combat to the big screen.
Double amputee tells Legion family members that military medical care benefits more than those receiving it.
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Holly Petraeus, from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, tells Legionnaires that veterans and military communities "expect a lot from The American Legion."
Rep. Bob Filner honored with Legion's Distinguished Public Service Award during Washington Conference.
The American Legion and U.S. Department of Agriculture have signed MOU to begin nationwide campaign to increase percentage of veterans employed by USDA.
Legion family members briefed on key legislative issues prior to Capitol Hill visits.
VAVS Worker of the Year gets up at 4 a.m. five days a week to help his fellow veterans at New York Harbor Healthcare System.
Lt. Col. Joseph Gallagher discussed with the Legion's National Security and Foreign Relations commission how Congress has consistently abdicated its war-making powers in favor of presidents.
The Commander's Call will be streamed live on Feb. 28 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (EST). See how to watch.
The American Legion will descend upon Capitol Hill, urging Congress to do right by America’s veterans and military families.
A Holocaust survivor and the winner of the National Commander's PR Award, Nesse Godin honors her pledge to tell the story of one of humanity's darkest times.
Crucelina ‘Cris’ Vrabel is honored for her exemplary service to Alaskan veterans.
Maj. Allison Black, known as 'The Angel of Death,’ rained fire on insurgents in Afghanistan as one of the first women pilots to open fire in the conflict.
Marine hero’s dad vows to continue battling Westboro protests despite court's decision.
American Legion survey finds gender-specific health-care services lacking in many areas.
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Labor official says transformation of program will help military personnel find the right careers after discharge.
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Patients, budget, backlog all still climbing, but headway is being made on veteran homelessness, secretary tells Legionnaires.
Hawaii senator who pushed for improvements in the Post 9/11 GI Bill “humbled to be recognized.”
Four enlisted personnel provide a look inside the men and women of the armed forces during a panel discussion with the Legion's National Security and Foreign Relations commissions.
Rep. Jason Altmire’s commitment to homeless veterans earns recognition at 51st Washington Conference.
Albert Snyder thanks Legionnaires for support, urges them to push for legislation to control military funeral protests.
Legionnaire Kenneth Governor honored for communication skills, ability to cultivate relationships with Congress.
Legion's Economic Commission hears briefing on program designed to place veterans, their families in employment.
Health-care experts discuss how expectations, views are altering delivery of medical services to veterans.
The Homeless Veterans Providers Roundtablee discussed ways to eliminate homelessness among veterans during the Legion’s Washington Conference last Friday.