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Daniel M. Dellinger

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Tipsheet – Breaking Political News & Conservative Analysis, 12 Aug 2014 [cached]
Editor's note: In the August issue of Townhall Magazine, where this column originally appeared, the American Legion's Daniel M. Dellinger explains why the VA is a system worth saving.
Daniel M. Dellinger is national commander of the 2.4 million member American Legion,, the nation's largest organization of wartime veterans.
Daniel Dellinger, national ..., 7 Aug 2014 [cached]
Daniel Dellinger, national commander of the American Legion, the nation's largest veterans group, called the bill an important step to begin repairing systemic problems at the VA.
"But it is only one step and only a beginning," he said.
Commander Dale Cockrill of Carl Boyd ..., 25 Jan 2014 [cached]
Commander Dale Cockrill of Carl Boyd Post 42 greets the American Legion National Commander Dan Dellinger on his arrival in Cartersville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
Commander Dale Cockrill of Carl Boyd Post 42 greets the American Legion National Commander Dan Dellinger on his arrival in Cartersville.
Bartow County and regional American Legionnaires had the honor Friday night of hosting National Commander Dan Dellinger at Carl Boyd Post 42. Dellinger selected Cartersville as one of the five stops he made in Georgia during his national tour.
"As national commander I try to get to as many - we call them departments - we possibly can. The Department of Georgia is one of those and I hope to hit 48 this year, and 10 foreign countries. I'll be on the road about 330 days this year," Dellinger said.
Elected to a one-year term August 2013, Dellinger said he is the chief executive officer and chief spokesman of the American Legion. During his active duty service, he added, he was posted at Fort Benning and later moved into the Army Reserve. The Cartersville post, he said, was an example of the legion's four pillars: patriotism, taking care of veterans, taking care of communities and a strong national defense.
"It's a very good example. The programs they put on, the scholarships that they give, are exactly why we were founded," Dellinger said.
Among the legion's duties, Dellinger explained, is lobbying for both retired soldiers and those on active duty.
Every day, especially with the increase in suicides in the military lately, we have to make sure that the doctors are there when they're needed," Dellinger said.
Following a dinner and recognition of local, state and national officers in the legion, as well as the American Legion Riders, Dellinger stood to give his remarks to an audience composed of legionnaires from around the organization's seventh district. He touched on the legion's need to support new veterans and increase membership.
Dellinger cited numbers from 2013, when the legion helped approximately 220,000 men and women through sponsorships, scholarships and other activities. Fundraising amounts hit approximately $22 million, he added. However, he said that while membership was up, it still needed to continue growing, and it could be done by simply asking a veteran to join.
"One thing that wasn't stated in my resume was that I'm also a Mason, and I've coined a little phrase this year," Dellinger said.
National Commander Dan ..., 9 Aug 2014 [cached]
National Commander Dan Dellinger says the move had to be done.
"Humanitarian drops are necessary along with protecting our forces or our personnel in Iraq," he said. "They are moving closer to the city of Erbil and that's where we have our consulate and supporting staff. It could be overrun and we need to protect those who are over there."
President Obama says the military action won't include putting boots on the ground. Dellinger agrees that shouldn't happen because he thinks the air strikes are enough and will be effective.
"They only have so many weapons and arms and if we can destroy their missile base I think that's a good thing," he said. "It will definitely help."
"The Middle East needs to be a stable area. It helps everyone if they can reconciliate," said Dellinger.
"Nobody wants endless war," American ..., 8 Aug 2014 [cached]
"Nobody wants endless war," American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger said.
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