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Legion-sponsored two-day business workshop, For HEROES, proves 'extremely valuable.'
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Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee tells Legion that a smaller U.S. military will have a worldwide effect.
Legion For HEROES workshop brings together entrepreneurial experts to offer women veterans keen insight into starting, sustaining their own businesses.
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Servicemembers who participated in above-ground atomic testing and suffer from illnesses can apply for compensation
Legion, RecruitMilitary bring dozens of potential employers face to face with veterans, military in the nation's capital.
Financial giant shares employment tips with job-seeking veterans.
Legionnaires will have the chance to advocate for veterans on Capitol Hill.
Veterans, servicemembers invited to attend free Resume Writing Workshop and career fair in Washington on Thursday.
The three-day program will help American Legion service officers file benefits claims and provide other services to veterans.
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Group of veteran business owners which advises the Legion will meet at Washington Conference, set advocacy priorities for 2014.
National commander to testify before Congress during American Legion’s annual Washington Conference, March 23-26.
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Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick will reintroduce the bill that ensures veterans receive the same contracting preferences as every other group.
A reliable and effective long-distance, field-to-command base communications network is vital to today’s smaller, high-tech Army.
Panel discussion at Legion’s Washington Conference follows sneak preview of film that examines U.S. response to Hirohito’s role in World War II.
Army combat veteran and congressional representative calls The American Legion “'an amazing organization.'
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Chairman of House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs says party politics can’t stand in way of VA’s top priorities: the backlog and mental health.
Legion’s highest public relations award goes to TV correspondent, wounded by roadside bomb in 2006, who fostered a commitment to troops with similar injuries.
VA secretary wants Legion to encourage student veterans nationwide to graduate.
An Army major’s personal quest for wellness may have unraveled the mysteries of one of the western world’s most baffling diseases.
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VA says Legion can help reduce the disability claims backlog by submitting more FDCs.
Assistant Labor secretary Keith Kelly vows to prepare, provide for and protect job-seeking veterans.
Executive director of Joining Forces highlights strides made in hiring veterans; DoD deputy assistant secretary warns of sequestrations effects.
Jim Webb, a highly decorated Vietnam War veteran and former Senator of Virginia, receives American Legion Distinguished Public Service Award.
General tells Legionnaires that training, readiness and recruitment face major challenges if full sequestration cannot be averted.
Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs chairman tells Washington Conference attendees that VSOs play a critical role in his committee's work.
Legion remains cautiously optimistic that Fully Developed Claims can cut the backlog, reduce wait times for veterans and their families.
VA medical centers report drop in volunteer help from Legionnaires; initiatives announced to help meet Legion's 1 million volunteer hours mark.
An American Legion women veterans panel discusses the challenges women face at VA medical centers and initiatives to solve them.
If sequestration takes effect, DoD may have to cancel its mission to bring home the remains of our fallen heroes overseas.
Legionnaires briefed on key issues before heading to Capitol Hill today.