The American Legion [Volume 148, No. 5 (May 2000)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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- Honored Glory: Memorial Day has special meaning for sentinels guarding the Tomb of the Unknowns. Sentinel's Creed
- Sounding The Alarm On Security, Readiness: Strom Thurmond, the longest-serving senator, gets right to the point on politics and the military. Interview by Cliff Kincaid
- The Expulsion Of God: Banning school prayer has placed our children in a moral - or immoral - straitjacket by Robert D. Novak
- Is Privacy Dead? Big Brother isn't the only one poking around in your private life by Jay Stuller
- America Remembers Allied Invasion: The D-Day Museum in New Orleans, opening June 6, celebrates the American spirit in WWII by Phyllis Zauner
- Putting Vets On A "Hire" Plane: The American Legion is at the front lines for veterans seeking employment by Layne Cameron
- Revisiting The Blue And Gray: The thunder of cannons returns to the Civil War battlefield at Cedar Creek, Va. by Peter B. Rose
- Big Issues: Should the United States continue aid to Russia?
- Commander's Message
- On Duty
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: The American Legion honors our fallen heroes. Photo illustration by Holly K. Soria.
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Address of National Commander O.L. Bodenhamer of The American Legion at the Legion's National Armistice Day exercises at the Washington Auditorium on Armistice Night, November 11, 1929 Bodenhamer, O.L., National Commander, American Legion; American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana) (American Legion, 1929)
Address of Edward A. Hayes, National Commander, The American Legion, at the services at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C., 11 a.m., November 11, 1933 Hayes, Edward, A., National Commander, American Legion; American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana) (American Legion, 1933)