The study, which begins in November, will contact approximately 10,000 women and gather information from mail surveys, phone interviews and medical records.
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Five American Legion departments earn $2,000 toward computer equipment for hitting pledged March target date membership goal.
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American Legion Magazine article focuses on strict version of Islam that calls for using violence to bring about a global Islamic state.
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Legion sends 800 pairs of wool socks to wounded servicemembers recovering in Afghanistan.
Organizations discuss ways to increase the Department of Veterans Affairs' veteran-employee rate of 29.7 percent.
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Major, minor and non-recurring maintenance, leases among the issues discussed during briefing.
Legion starts fund to help father of slain Marine after court orders the father to pay the lawyers' fees for the Westboro Baptist Church.
Legion hopes to hit 95 percent of 2009-2010 membership goal by mid-April.
Since 1919, the Legion's emblem has represented the ideals and principles of the organization.
Injured Iraq veteran honored during NBA game in Indianapolis as representative of Operation Comfort Warriors.
The draft written report identifies seven areas where VA will improve service for Gulf War veterans.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced the award of grants to 10 local SBA Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) to increase entrepreneurial assistance to veterans.
For 39 years, the Austintown Fitch Concert Choir has brought hope and happiness to veterans in VA hospitals.
Applications submitted for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship must be postmarked by April 15.
Commander Hill: Draft 'will certainly help to assure our Gulf War veterans that they have not been forgotten.'
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To confront the challenges facing military families, a group of public and private sector leaders, including an American Legion representative, met in Jacksonville, Fla., last month for a discussion event.
Three-time National League MVP and Legion Baseball alum shares his inspiration and motivation.
A permanent site will enable the Legion to eliminate unexpected transportation expenses and focus on building relationships and game attendance.
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Tyler Jacobson from Oneida, Wis., recently received the George W. Rulon American Legion Baseball Player of the Year.
The American Legion's National Security/Foreign Relations Division continued its Operation Military Family Outreach (OFMO) initiative by attending a recent conference in Arlington, Va.
The Commander's Call of the 50th American Legion Washington Conference will be streamed live on www.legion.org Tuesday, March 2, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
A former Emil A. Blackmore Museum exhibit at The American Legion National Headquarters has moved to Kentucky to entertain a new generation in a historic American setting.
DSO school covers legislation, disability evaluations, claims appeals and advocacy training.
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Currently, the Post-9/11 GI Bill won't cover vocational courses or on-the-job training offered at non-degree granting institutions. The American Legion hopes to fix that.
ASA Challenge Series Rookie of the Year trophy now on display at National Headquarters.
At its Homeless Veterans' Provider Workshop last week, The American Legion continued its campaign of advocacy and assistance for homeless vets.
Issues faced by women veterans got front-and-center treatment Feb. 26 on the last day of The American Legion's Department Service Officers School.
March 8 is the deadline for American Legion state departments to submit the names of winners participating in the Legion's 73rd National Oratorical Championship Contest to national headquarters.
Panel discussion addresses the importance of Legionnaires volunteering in various areas to serve their fellow veterans.
Through the House of Representative's Wounded Warrior Program, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Michael Collins has found a way to make a difference for fellow veterans.