The American Legion Dispatch [Volume 25, No. 9 (May 2015)]
American Legion. National Headquarters (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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- Legionnaires urged to Engage with Post-9/11 Veterans Groups
- News Alert
- Commander's Message: This month serves as a time for reflection
- Membership: National Commander Honor Ribbon
- Membership: Recruiters to be honored with "Stay on Course" pin
- National Adjutant's Message: The bond of service: Florida's Post 392 provides camaraderie for all ages of veterans, active-duty military
- Ask a Service Officer: Will I lose my guns, hunting license or carry permit if I receive VA mental health care?
- Centennial Celebration Spotlight: Post 223 in Shippensburg, Pa.
- Memoriam: Legion 'champion' Pete Wheeler passes away
- Centennial Celebration: Named for The American Legion
- Did you know?
- Florida youth wins Oratorical championship
- Military construction, VA funding gets preliminary approval
- Membership Incentives and Awards
- Honor and Remembrance: Doolittle Raiders give Congressional Medal to museum
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