The American Legion [Volume 161, No. 3 (September 2006)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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Table of Contents
- The War on Campus: Anti-military sentiment is back in style at U.S. colleges and universities. By Susan Katz Keating.
- Faith Through Service: Evangelical Christians in the U.S. military strive to reconcile personal beliefs with duty. By Alan W. Dowd. The Flags of Sept. 11: On the ﬁ fth anniversary of the terror attacks, it must be asked what America has learned from that day. By Debra Burlingame.
- How History Will Judge Us: Today’s soldiers draw on the past to stake out their own wartime legacy. By Larry Schweikart.
- A Prescription for Peace: American Muslims must seize this opportunity to confront extremists who exploit their faith. By Ahmed Younis.
- Financial Friendly Fire: Wounded U.S. warriors ﬁnd themselves ﬁghting against a broken pay system. By Donald Lambro.
- The Charleston Model: Veterans say communication is the key to a successful marriage between VA and afﬁliated medical schools as they consider moving in together. By Jeff Stoffer.
- One Veteran at a Time: Legion service ofﬁ cers are on the front line in the battle for VA beneﬁ ts. By James V. Carroll.
- ‘Well Worth the Cost": Finance chairman Ken Danilson explains the need for the Legion’s dues increase.
- Moving the Needle: Navy veteran Chris Michel saw his company plummet during the high-tech meltdown four years ago, but today, Military.com leads an industry it helped reinvent. By Jeff Stoffer.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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