Thursday, January 28, 2016
ALBANY — Vietnam medevac helicopter pilot Bob Nevins has found that bringing off-the-track race horses together with veterans struggling to adjust to life after military service has had a profound impact.
ALBANY — The Department of New York honored army veteran Matthew Tully and his law firm, Tully Rickey PLLC, during the Mid-Winter Conference on Jan. 24 for their support of veterans.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
The Department Bowling Committee has received no bids, as of Jan. 27, from Posts to host the 2016 Tournament, Bowling Chair Richard L. Milton reports.
CBS News has been reporting about the Wounded Warrior Project and its finances.
“The American Legion has no comment about how other organizations operate,” notes John Raughter of the Media and Communications Department at National Headquarters. “Our recommendation is to refrain from commenting about other organizations, but instead focus on American Legion programs.”
Any money raised by posts, departments and the website for American Legion programs goes for the specific cause (Operation Comfort Warriors, American Legion Legacy Fund, National Emergency Fund, etc.) Office space, salaries, etc. are paid from membership dues – not funds that are donated to our programs.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Photo galleries of the Department of New York’s 97th Mid-Winter Conference are available at the following link:
The Watervliet Arsenal’s story about the New York State American Legion’s Mid-Winter Conference is a Top 10 story today for the Army’s Installation Management Command (IMCOM), while its other story about the New York State American Legion commander’s visit remains an Army Materiel Command (AMC) Top 10 story.
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