The American Legion [Volume 146, No. 4 (April 1999)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Space: The Next Steps: Is the International Space Station worth the price? by James Oberg
- MIR Vet Recalls "Bachelor Pad" (interview): Military service helped astronaut prepare for space
- No More Task Force Smiths: Declining defense budget takes toll on force readiness by Harry G. Summers Jr.
- Anaheim: Ways And Means: City prepares for Legion convention with discounted fares
- Yankee Quipper: Baseball great Yogi Berra gives credit to American Legion baseball By Terry Coffey
- Bogus Burgers & Ugly Horses: Some laws are good for a laugh by Richard Powell
- Breaking The Mold: Michigan Department uses teamwork in formula for success by Terry Coffey
- Big Issues: Should the United States fund the International Space Station?
- On Duty
- Commander's Message
- Washington Watch
- Veterans Update
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: A space shuttle blasts off on yet another mission. (NASA photo)
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