American Legion


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Amer′ican Le′gion


n.
a society, organized in 1919, composed of veterans of the U.S. armed forces.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.American Legion - the largest organization of United States war veteransAmerican Legion - the largest organization of United States war veterans
association - a formal organization of people or groups of people; "he joined the Modern Language Association"
Legionnaire - a member of the American Legion
ex-serviceman, vet, veteran - a person who has served in the armed forces
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Hopefully, we can keep things going for another month,'' said Miller, who coached Agoura's older A team to the American Legion regionals in 2001.
The American Legion rejoices that a Mexican judge has ordered the immediate release of Andrew Tahmooressi.
Free color downloads of the Blue Star banner can be found on the American Legion web page at www.
The American Legion is the country's largest veterans service organization, with 2.
at the Dudley-Gendron American Legion Post, 156 Boston Road, Sutton.
Nationally, the American Legion is trying to give new life and pride to a tradition that swept through this country during two world wars but faded during Korea and Vietnam, says David Ryan, first vice commander of the Sunland-Tujunga post.
A portion of the proceeds goes to supporting programs of The American Legion.
WHAT:The American Legion Legacy Run is a 1,350-mile fund raising motorcycle run from Indianapolis to Charlotte, N.
Keith Post American Legion Post 204 will hold an open house from 1 to 3 p.
Meeting in Bill Ralls' real estate office just wasn't cutting it, so the 65 members of the fledgling American Legion Post 826 went looking for a real home in 1951.
4 million members of the Sons of The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary access to The American Legion USAA Rewards[TM] World MasterCard[R], which will help support the organization's activities and programs.
Shinseki's departure came after The American Legion called for urgent change, starting with new leadership at the top, to restore trust in the system after revelations that veterans had died waiting for VA doctor appointments that were never really scheduled and that executives received bonuses for falsified performance reports.

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