March 15 marks the official birthday of The American Legion, the nation's largest veterans organization.
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Power problem nearly repaired
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Last American World War I veteran will lie in honor for six hours before being interred at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Legion to sponsor intensive educational session for entrepreneurs during Washington Conference.
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March 16 transition workshop and March 24 job fair will bring veterans and their spouses to the Windy City for valuable career opportunities.
With American Legion National Vice Commander Eugene Pytka in attendance, World War I veteran Frank Buckles is buried in Arlington National Cemetery
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National Commander Foster, VA secretary among speakers scheduled for annual event.
Commander’s Call, PR Award winner’s ceremony kick off year of live webcasts on legion.org
American people, U.S. military need to prepare for a much different regime in Cairo – and a much more complicated security relationship.
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US Coin Boards, Plasma Energy Drink sign on as associate sponsors for 2011 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season.
Applications for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship are available and must be postmarked by April 15.
The American Legion’s 60th edition of its college financial aid guide, “Need A Lift?,” is available for download and on CD-ROM.
Jerry Hedrick inducted into North Carolina’s American Legion Baseball Hall of Fame earlier this month.
Recruiter says leadership skills set veterans apart from other applicants for management positions.
Nesse Godin has been a fixture at Boys Nation for several years, telling delegates her powerful story.
On March 21, The American Legion will provide free health screenings to veterans at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C.
New Orleans doctor describes success using hyperbaric chambers to treat veterans.
The Homeless Veterans Providers Roundtablee discussed ways to eliminate homelessness among veterans during the Legion’s Washington Conference last Friday.
A press conference during the Washington Conference will announce findings of a survey on health-care issues and treatments that affect women veterans using the VA health-care system.
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Arlington National Cemetery executive director tells Legionnaires that many of the issues brought to light at the cemetery have been resolved.
Veterans on Campus focuses on 'bridging the gap' for veterans enrolling in academic institutions.
Health-care experts discuss how expectations, views are altering delivery of medical services to veterans.
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.
Albert Snyder thanks Legionnaires for support, urges them to push for legislation to control military funeral protests.
Rep. Jason Altmire’s commitment to homeless veterans earns recognition at 51st Washington Conference.
Agency awarded approximately 3.2 percent of its contracting dollars for fiscal 2010 to service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses.
‘A Strategy to Address Illegal Immigration in the United States’ can be downloaded from website at no cost.
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Organization calls for swift congressional action on pending legislation that would eliminate the practice of concurrent receipt.
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iHistory Project's YouTube contest gives today's youth an opportunity to hear and share first-hand accounts of history from World War II veterans.