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1 Six Men Tell Their Stories of Sexual Assault in the Military 100
2 Patriot Day, coast to coast 99
3 Colorado Legionnaires remember sacrifices made 18 years ago 101
4 9/11: An opportunity to educate the nation's youth 98
5 American Legion invites D.C. area veterans to discuss VA care 103
6 National convention resolutions on Digital Archive 94
7 Award recipients from 101st National Convention 100
8 'There were potentially fellow veterans in need' 103
9 August impact: career events, convention metrics and more 130
10 Share how your department or post is promoting the Legion coins 113
11 Visit the Legion's GI Bill exhibit in Tennessee 98
12 E. Roy Stone’s timeless words: 'This We Believe' 109
13 American Legion to host suicide prevention discussion 101
14 My Best Friend Died by Suicide. I Wish I Had Seen the Warning Signs. 101
15 Celebration of Freedom with the Wisconsin American Legion 140
16 The First Marine in My Battalion to Die by Suicide 147
17 Carolinas brace for Dorian 156
18 Less than 300 Legion anniversary three coin sets remain 157
19 Preventing suicide: What VA wants you to know 150
20 College football great Lou Holtz reflects on being named Legion’s 2019 ‘Good Guy’ 167
21 Bringing the Legion Family 'back together' 143
22 Veterans benefits center set for North Carolina 138
23 Neil Walker honored as American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year 138
24 American Legion Celebration of Freedom in Wisconsin 134
25 A Muslim Marine’s Trauma: I Was Set Up, Arrested and Acquitted 136
 
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Did you know?

Military Funeral Honors ceremonies must be scheduled in advance.

The law requires that every eligible veteran receive a military funeral honors ceremony, which includes the folding and presentation of the United States flag and the playing of “taps,” upon the family’s request. This Department of Defense program calls for the funeral director to request military funeral honors on behalf of the veteran’s family.