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226 Disabled veteran finds 'brotherhood' during COVID-19 outbreak 685
227 Disabled veteran finds 'brotherhood' during COVID-19 outbreak 669
228 Congressionally mandated commission: Women should be eligible for the draft 694
229 Congressionally mandated commission: Women should be eligible for the draft 671
230 Delivering medical suppplies part of 'what we're here for' 632
231 COVID-19 not stopping Legion posts from checking up, helping out 639
232 V.A. Criticized for Effort to Keep Some Veterans Away From Private Care During Outbreak 663
233 Florida post still serving through after-school program 657
234 Girls State inspires military, public service for Legionnaire Blair Milo 678
235 Legacy Scholarship allows recipient to follow in late father’s footsteps 665
236 American Legion Baseball activities encouraged to be put on hold 650
237 Veterans Crisis Line available around the clock 623
238 Deadline extended for annual media contest 679
239 Emblem Sales temporarily reduces operations, due to state guidance 627
240 2020 Boys Nation and JSSP air rifle tournament cancelled 625
241 Coronavirus prompts urgent call for blood donors 719
242 USAA Tips to help take charge of debt 668
243 Legion Family offers meals to children affected by school closures 665
244 Legion cancels oratorical contest due to coronavirus 680
245 What the COVID-19 pandemic means for VA health care facilities 706
246 To Strengthen America, Episode 7: Children & Youth 717
247 TFA application procedures with the coronavirus 689
248 Nuntavong named executive director of Government and Veteran Affairs in Legion's DC office 723
249 Financial relief options available for troops affected by coronavirus pandemic 725
250 Post members can stay connected virtually in a social distancing time 691
 
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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.