The American Legion [Volume 154, No. 1 (January 2003)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- The Most Thoughtful Memo You Can Write: Save heirs the frustration of unanswered questions about personal affairs. By Alden Todd.
- Are We Flying Safer Skies? Fifteen months after the terrorist attacks,gaping security holes remain in air travel. By Donald Lambro.
- Murder on the Visa Express: Soft entry policies made America an easy target on Sept.11. By Ben Barber.
- Tip of the Spear: On the front line in the war on terror,those who stand in harm’s way realize this is not an exercise.And for some,avenging the attacks of Sept.11 is personal. By James V.Carroll.
- The Bravest Cowboy: Anzio was no screen test for war-wounded actor James Arness. It was the real thing. By John Raughter.
- The Essential CIA: Spying and covert actions are compatible with democracy and the American ethic. By Ernest W. Lefever.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Under the Radar
- Living Well
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
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