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76 Veterans outreach effort coming to Georgia 83
77 Membership efforts headed to Oklahoma 73
78 Army observes September as Suicide Prevention Month 77
79 A musical, theatrical journey back to the origins of The American Legion 78
80 Use TRICARE Online Tools to Help You Choose a Health Plan 111
81 Nashville Post 5 to host York Centennial Celebration 119
82 Civil defense and Raspberry Pi 121
83 Minneapolis award recipients 129
84 Legion discusses flag etiquette during extreme inclement weather 125
85 'These children need all the help we can give them' 88
86 American Legion GI Bill exhibit headed back to Texas 96
87 A place to honor those who've died since 9/11 94
88 Online job board aims to help veterans find work 85
89 Noise impact on hearing loss 86
90 Legion to Congress: Provide long-delayed justice to Blue Water Navy veterans 87
91 New PSAs on Legion's Vimeo channel 96
92 Children & Youth, Shooting Sports conferences begin Saturday 89
93 Legion posts provide support to hurricane victims, first responders 83
94 D.C. Legionnaire helps honor veteran he never met 86
95 USAA Tips: Home maintenance for the fall 85
96 Keeping a pulse on advancing en route patient monitoring 71
97 How to attend Department of France DEC meeting 84
98 POW/MIA Recognition Day is Sept. 21 89
99 Call to fall FODPAL meeting 88
100 The Raptor gap 104
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Did you know?

A veteran’s family must request a United States flag.

A flag is provided at no cost to drape the casket or accompany the urn of a deceased veteran. Generally, the flag is given to the next of kin. Only one flag may be provided per veteran. Upon the request of the family, an “Application for United States Flag for Burial Purposes” (VA Form 21-2008) must be submitted along with a copy of the veteran’s discharge papers. Flags may be obtained from VA regional offices and most U.S. Post Offices.