Wounded troops tour USS New York
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Wounded troops tour USS New York

Around 45 wounded U.S. servicemembers toured the USS New York on Thursday. The special showing was made possible by American Legion Post 1870 and the New York Police Department.

Legion responds to Fort Hood tragedy
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Legion responds to Fort Hood tragedy

American Legion National Commander Clarence E. Hill released the following statement concerning this afternoon’s shootings at Ft. Hood.

The Great Reversal: Wilson's decision for war
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The Great Reversal: Wilson's decision for war

On the evening of April 2, 1917, President Woodrow Wilson delivered one of the most famous addresses in U.S. history; he asked Congress to recognize that a state of war existed between the United States and Germany.

How the military changed my life
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How the military changed my life

Earlier this year, The American Legion Magazine asked readers to put pen to paper and explain how military service changed their lives.

NYC Post 1870 hosts Marines
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NYC Post 1870 hosts Marines

New York City Post 1870 hosted Marines serving aboard the U.S.S. New York on Wednesday night. Marines ate dinner and learned about the importance of the Legion.

WWII Museum unveils latest additions

The Solomon Victory Theater, Stage Door Canteen and The American Sector restaurant open their doors this weekend at the museum in New

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