The American Legion dispatch [Volume 19, No. 3 (November 20, 2009)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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Table of Contents
- "We Always Come Back"
- New Legion.org Web site "fantastic calling card"
- National Commander's Message: Comfort Warriors keeps pledge
- From The Desk of the National Adjutant: "I'm here to help"
- VA puts hold on new Agent Orange claims
- Veterans Day a busy one for Hill
- Hill calls Council of Veterans Employment "a decent start"
- Legion volunteers 916,000 VA hours
- COP Keating relief effort nets $100,000+
- USS New York a "symbol of this city"
- NYC Post 1870 hosts Marines from USS New York
- Legion post arranges private tour of USS New York for wounded troops
- '09 Legion College graduates make generous donations
- Freedom Car driver captures rookie points title
- American Legion, 12 other VSOs send letter of thanks to Reid
- 2007 Oratorical Champ shines a NYU
- Obama signs $42.8 billion DHS funding measure
- TRICARE extends over-the-counter demonstration project
- VA homeless plan warmly received
- Legion partners with Habitat for Humanity
- Post excellence awards created
- Post start-up/revitalization success stories
- Incentives added for district commanders
- Hill to award "challenge" pin
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