The American Legion [Volume 138, No. 2 (February 1995)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- VA Budget: Just Treading Water: The 1995 funding barely manages to keep the department afloat
- Back to Back and Bottomed Out: Defense cuts have sapped our military's ability to fight two wars at once by William Matthews
- When Justice Robs the Victims of Crime: A grieving mother sparked a national movement to change how courts treat crime victims and their families
- Helping Hands: Thousands of Vietnamese who lost limbs because of the war receive hope and comfort by Ken Scharnberg
- Bloody Iwo: Six hundred Marines died on just the first day of this WWII battle by Sid Moody
- Russia's Dirty Chemical Secret: Russia may have unleashed a new weapon on our troops in the Gulf War by Cliff Kincaid
- Oceans of Energy: Hydrogen is clean, safe and may soon power your car and heat your home by Gary Turbak
- Your American Legion
- Commander's Message
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Big Issues: Should Congress vote for a balanced-budget Constitutional Amendment?
- Cover: Budget cuts have stretched our defense capabilities and almost reduced the military to the size it was before the Korean War. See page 23. Photography by Frederick Sutter.
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