The range of health issues facing America's veterans is both wide and ever-evolving. The American Legion recognizes this and provides valuable health-care information on a variety of conditions, as well as regularly updated information on the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Roscoe Butler shares Legion's perspective on Department of Veterans Affairs construction issues with House Committee on Veterans Affairs.
Many of the 175 veterans who came looking for help at the Legion's Veterans Benefits Center in Bay Pines, Fla., left feeling much better about their situation – and some got some immediate relief.
Nearly 90 veterans come to first day of Legion's Veterans Benefits Center in Florida.
In addition to a bonus system already in place, VA's regional office in Philadelphia is adding food and cash to worker incentives.
Dozens of veterans come to Post 273 in Madeira Beach, Fla., to praise, question Department of Veterans Affairs health care.
The American Legion will conduct a town hall meeting and operate a Veterans Benefits Center next week in the Tampa area for veterans and family members.
VA does the right thing, but only after legal action halted construction on one of its new hospitals.
Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act requires all members of the U.S. military to receive annual mental health assessments beginning in 2015.
A breach-of-contract ruling against VA has brought the hospital project to a standstill
The department has a long way to go in regaining the trust of America's veterans, but at least the journey has begun.