The American Legion [Volume 138, No. 3 (March 1995)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Crossing the Rhine: The Capture of the bridge at Remagen gave the U.S. a surprise head start to victory by Sid Moody
- The Cutting Edge of Combat Medicine: Amazing new technologies mean better medical care on the frontlines by Steve Salerno
- The Artist from No-Man's Land: The Triumph of Horace Pippin: This WWI veteran overcame disability and prejudice to become a national art sensation by Stephen May
- True Lies: Inside the POW/MIA Cover-Up: A POW/MIA expert divulges what the government never wanted you to know
- Why International Sanctions Don't Work: Here's why economic sanctions are America's foreign-policy placebo by Peter Schweizer
- The Trail to Portland: Legionnaires head to the great Northwest for this year's National Convention
- Moral Deregulation: Today, what used to be normal is deviant, and what used to be deviant is normal by Charles Krauthammer
- Freeing Camp Santo Tomas: Concentration camp. Japanese style: 4,000 civilians were held in the Philippines by Bill Underwood
- Big Issues: Should Congress vote to increase military spending?
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Commander's Message
- Legion News
- Washington Watch
- Cover: Learn how medics in war can get second opinions half a world away with video hookups. See page 20. Illustration by Jim Sharpe.
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