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151 Legion report calls for action to reduce veteran suicide 88
152 Commander Rohan appears on Connecting Vets 81
153 Training for incoming district commanders offered during convention 80
154 Volunteer for community outreach project in Minneapolis 83
155 The American Legion launches ‘We Believe’ public service campaign 74
156 More than just a visit to a fellow veteran 80
157 There is hope 84
158 VA secretary nomination heads to Senate floor for a vote 83
159 Lodging, repair shop info available for Legacy Run 73
160 Serving those who serve 78
161 Receive subject matter expert training at convention 71
162 Summer Travel: Getting Care While Overseas 78
163 Deadline to submit Consolidated Post Reports extended 84
164 Boys State volunteers give of their summer to give back to the program 75
165 USAA Tips: Correcting myths about credit scores 86
166 'That could be any one of our children' 83
167 The AFMES embraces resiliency 83
168 Environmental health works behind the scenes to keep Soldiers ready 81
169 Memorial for Native American veterans slated for D.C. 76
170 USAISR burn flight team deploys to Guatemala 100
171 Texas to dedicate centennial monument 110
172 'It's tradition' 105
173 Guiding youth along the right path 106
174 For veterans, coaching Legion Baseball is continuation of a mission 100
175 Legion Baseball player leaves game for basic training 43
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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.