National Commander Clarence E. Hill emphasizes the VA’s efforts toward living up to the president’s promise during the 76th annual American Legion Lincoln Day Pilgrimage.
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Freezing temperatures don't stop Jerich Johnson from a strong performance at the New Smyma Speedway.
Legion post gives wings to effort that has raised thousands of dollars for VA and DoD hospitals.
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Each year, The American Legion offers scholarships to provide young people the opportunity to pursue higher education.
Hurricanes and other natural disasters can strike instantly. When they do, The American Legion's National Emergency Fund is there to help Legionnaires.
Legionnaires and visitors have the opportunity to view a selection of pieces from the Emil A. Blackmore Museum from the comfort of their homes.
Legion to host Small Business Task Force seminar during Washington Conference.
Americans often make the mistake of judging a war's success by the number of Americans who die fighting it.
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Washington Conference 2010 schedule
Longtime VA employee brings decades of service in health-care industry to position.
New video targeting younger generation of veterans soon available through National Headquarters.
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Twenty-three-kilometer march in Belgium pays tribute to one of World War II's bloodiest - and most significant - engagements.
Daytona International Speedway was not so kind to driver Jerick Johnson and The American Legion/David Law Firm 76 Freedom Car.
Four-day training session includes new focus on women veterans issues.
National commander's 1960 vision for a more unified voice in the nation's capital launched a lasting series of high-profile Legion gatherings.
New how-to section makes it easier to navigate through Library of Congress site.
The Interagency Council on Veterans Employment discussed ways of expanding the participation of veterans in the nation's federal workforce.
Reports that soldiers are being sent to combat with deficient gear and lack of training are "completely unacceptable."
The Easter Phone Call
New provision will allow certain members of the Retired Reserve who are not yet age 60 to purchase TRICARE Standard (and Extra) coverage.
A goal of $450,000 has been set for the 2010 run.
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Country music star Aaron Tippin has made several trips to Afghanistan and Iraq.
Publication follows 98 young men through "a week that shapes a lifetime."
The generosity of a Legionnaire allows Operation Comfort Warriors to reach its goal.
Soldier Brendan Marrocco had just one wish after a bomb destroyed both of his legs and both of his arms: to stand and salute his unit after its return from deployment. See how he did it.
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Legacy fund spokesman Michael Peterson is entertaining troops in Iraq during the holidays.
Business, all business, must adhere to a fundamental basic formula: money in – money out = profit.
More courts are taking PTSD and TBI into consideration when deciding the cases of veterans who have broken the law.
Post 4 in Pocatello, Idaho, combines with other organizations to bring Christmas gifts to two veterans facilities.
For four decades, Verna B. Grimm built up The American Legion Library, chronicling the events of the day for future generations of Legionnaires.