The American Legion [Volume 167, No. 1 (July 2009)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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Table of Contents
- Safe At Any Speed: Troops need more than a license to tame today’s high-performance bikes. By Craig Roberts.
- Serve, Support and Simplify: Crucial as they are, DoD-to-VA transition programs aren’t going to solve the claims backlog. By Ken Olsen.
- NATO at 60: Has the alliance been transformed or deformed by new realities and more responsibilities? By Alan W. Dowd.
- The Voice of Legion Baseball: Sports broadcaster Jim Darby is a former player and steadfast volunteer for the program. By Philip M. Callaghan
- Horatio Nelson Jackson: A founding member of the Legion made history in 1903 when he became the first to drive across the United States in an automobile. By Philip M. Callaghan.
- Vet Voice
- Commander's Message
- Big Issues
- Living Well
- Veterans Update
- Rapid Fire
- Parting Shots
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