The American Legion [Volume 162, No. 4 (April 2007)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- Missing in Iraq: Three years after insurgents captured their son in a highway ambush, the parents of Staff Sgt. Keith “Matt” Maupin believe he is still alive. By Matt Grills.
- The Veteran Entrepreneur: More veterans than ever are chasing the American dream of business ownership in 2007. Is the federal government doing enough to help them get off the ground? That’s where The American Legion steps in. By Jeff Stoffer.
- A Test Like None Other: A survivor of the USS Indianapolis sinking describes ﬁghting for his life on the open sea. By Anthony A. Iosco.
- All the President’s Naps: “He must be dead,” a colleague once declared. Actually, William Howard Taft suffered from sleep apnea. By John R. Catsis. Bellum Interruptum: Iraq’s unexpected insurgency has reignited a debate over the 1991 cease-ﬁre that left Saddam Hussein in power. By Victor Davis Hanson.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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