The American Legion [Volume 148, No. 3 (March 2000)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Going For The Max! Disabled veteran offers 12 principles for raising oneself from life's lowest depths by Sen. Max Cleland
- Minnesota's Aviation Enthusiasts: High-flying Legion Post has a unique way of attracting members by Layne Cameron
- Are We On A Collision Course With China? Accommodation will not stop the growing threat in the East by Frank J. Gaffney Jr.
- Exposing A National Security Threat (interview): Rep. Chris Cox reveals disturbing information about Chinese espionage by Cliff Kincaid
- Fast Thinker: Legionnaire Christian Zimmerman saved the day in a 1985 airliner hijacking by Peter B. Rose
- School For Fast Learners: Stock car racing fans can put their driving skills - and adrenaline levels - on the edge by Layne Cameron
- Heroic Legionnaire Dies While Subduing Gunman: Ron Robertson saved lives by losing his own by Layne Cameron
- Big Issues: Are U.S. military forces overcommitted?
- Commander's Message
- On Duty
- Washington Watch
- Veterans Update
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Aviation Post 511's signature bird, Legion 1, flies high over Minnesota. Photo by Tom Strattman.
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