First Iowa Department Commander Mathew A. Tinley

Mathew Adrian Tinley, physician and surgeon, retired Lieutenant General and Commander of the 34th Infantry Division and the first Commander of the Iowa Department of the American Legion, died at Council Bluffs, Iowa, March 11, 1956. He was born on March 5, 1876, over a small grocery store at 1017 Main Street in Council Bluffs.¬† … Continue reading First Iowa Department Commander Mathew A. Tinley

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Centennial Year Kick Off at the Rose Bowl

Members of The American Legion family took turns in three-hour shifts to cover a parade float celebrating The American Legion centennial in seeds, beans and flowers in preparation the the 2019 Tournament of Roses Parade. When: The broadcast begins at 10 a.m. CENTRAL on Jan. 1. The American Legion float is third, behind the US … Continue reading Centennial Year Kick Off at the Rose Bowl

10 Apps for Veterans to Improve Health and Wellness

Taken from Federal Practitioner¬†article;¬†publish date: November 11, 2015 A resource for all service members to improve overall health and wellness is at your fingertips using your mobile device. These days you can do anything from a phone application; buy theater tickets, order groceries, and watch television. So why not do something better for your health? … Continue reading 10 Apps for Veterans to Improve Health and Wellness