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.
National Commander Dellinger, VA secretary among witnesses at Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs hearing.
National commander will spend week attending Legion town hall meeting in Phoenix, testifying before Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
The following list outlines specific VA issues nationally as well as at local VA Medical Centers and Regional Offices.
Ann Arbor facility reveals successful improvements to Legion’s System Worth Saving Task Force team.
June 24 event will bring together Legionnaires, those suffering from TBI/PTSD and key personnel from Departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense.
The accumulation of preventable deaths, delayed health care and rewarding incompetent executives led to The American Legion’s call for the VA secretary’s resignation.
The Legion's national commander will join members of the Legion's System Worth Saving Task Force at a town hall meeting.
National Commander Daniel Dellinger calls for the resignation of Department of Veterans Secretary Eric Shinseki, Under Secretary of Health Robert Petzel and Under Secretary of Benefits Allison Hickey during today's press conference in Indianapolis.
Another Phoenix doctor’s claim that evidence was destroyed to conceal secret waiting lists must be investigated and, if true, lead to severe consequences, Dellinger says.
American Legion agrees with secretary’s decision, calls for speedy and thorough investigation into allegations of secret waiting list.