The American Legion [Volume 133, No. 5 (November 1992)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Newbury Park Hits It Big: California team wins Legion World Series by Anthony Miller
- Beyond The Wall: To continue the healing, the Vietnam Memorial's 10th anniversary will feature special events
- Military Symbols In Peacetime: Precision air shows and monuments honor the nation's veterans by Miles Z. Epstein
- The Power Of The Press: Is it good for the country when Washington power brokers and the press play up to each other?
- Will Trains Ever Fly? Europe and Japan make high-speed rail easy. Here's why America still is stuck in traffic by Steve Salerno
- Trinkets And Treasures: Today's pack rats, tomorrow's wise investors by Henry J. Pratt
- Report From Chicago: Presidential candidates addressed the convention, and Legionnaires came to the aid of hurricane victims
- New National Officers
- Big Issues: Should Congress stop funding the National Endowment For The Arts?
- Commander's Message
- Washington Watch
- Your American Legion
- Veterans Update
- Parting Shots
- Cover: As fewer Americans see military service, the meaning of Veterans Day may very well be preserved by such symbols as the Navy's Blue Angels. Photo by the Blue Angels.
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