The American Legion [Volume 158, No. 2 (February 2005)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- Harlem’s Hell Fighters: The U.S. 369th Infantry won fame and glory in World War I. By Stephen L. Harris.
- Legion Stands Up for Scouts: National Commander Tom Cadmus asks, “Where is the outrage?” By Rees Lloyd.
- No Greater Glory: On a single night of war, four chaplains forever changed the lives of the men they saved. By Dan Kurzman.
- Death Be Not Expensive: When planning your funeral, don’t fall prey to those making big bucks off the bereaved. By Robert Bryce. But when your time comes, you can go out with a bang by choosing an alternative to burial or cremation. By Matt Grills.
- Our Oldest Enemy: The textbook story of French-American accord is just that – a story. By John J. Miller and Mark Molesky.
- The Blog: Traditional media have no choice but to acknowledge the growing popularity of Web logs. By Dennis McCafferty.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Living Well
- Under the Radar
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
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