The American Legion [Volume 185, No. 5 (November 2018)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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- A Force is Born: The American Legion took the nation by storm in 1919, growing from zero to 685,000 in just eight months. By Mark Seavey
- "The Best is Yet to Come": Thousands celebrate The American Legion's past, present and future service at the 100th National Convention in Minneapolis.
- The War That Didn't End: As the old imperial order collapsed, fighting continued around the world. By Jay Winter
- A Museum For All Veterans: After initial controversy, John Glenn's vision to honor service and sacrifice opens. By Henry Howard
- Regular features: Vet Voice, Commander's Message, I Am The American Legion, Big Issues, Living Well, Travel, Veterans Update, Rapid Fire, Comrades, Parting Shots
- On the cover: Fayetteville, N.C., American Legion Post 202 Adjutant Erinn Watkins helps lead her fellow veterans in a video shoot to promote Team 100, National Commander Brett Reistad's membership campaign theme this year. Photo by Schelly Stone
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