VOLUME 2 NUMBER 5 MAY 2004
It’s time again to round up support for our Annual Golf Tournament. I plan to recruit at least one enterprise to sponsor one of the holes. I am making that a challenge to all members. I challenge everyone to enlist a sponsor for a hole or to contribute something appropriate as a prize or raffle item. If you can’t round up someone to make a contribution then maybe you can contribute something yourself.
Just a reminder, please join us at Michelangelo Restaurant located on Magee Rd in Oro Valley at 1800 hours the 12th of May 2004. Lets have some good food and conversation. I hope to see you their. Ron-
Davis– Monthan AFB on Saturday 15
May is inviting the public to come out and meet the men and women in law
enforcement from various law enforcement agencies in
Everyone is invited to come to
[There will be one deputy and one
Armed Forces Day May 15
WWII Glider Luncheon June 04
D-Day Remembered June 06
3rd Annual Golf Tournament Jun 12
US Army’s 228th Birthday Jun 14
WO Change-Over Day Jul 09
National Nominations Due July 12
2004 AMM-Virginia Oc
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USAWOA On-Line www.usawoa.org.
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WO1 Jeff Whi
Registration forms are
now available on the USAWOA website www.usawoa.org for this year’s Annual
Meeting of the Members in
For those who have not attended an Annual Meeting, this would be a great opportunity to see what they are all about before we have to put next year’s AMM here in Tucson.
The hotel will provide ground transport to/from Dulles.
On Friday, 4 June, a group of WWII glider veterans will gather for a luncheon at the Viscount Suite Hotel at 4855 East Broadway. Cost of the lunch is $16.50. If you would like to attend, RSVP Bill Keller via e-mail at BKe2076635@aol.com.
CW3 Melanie Ladra is undertaking the task of compiling a Women Warrant Officers History, particularly the early members of the Corps. If you have any information pertaining to Women Warrant Officers whatsoever please contact Ms Ladra at firstname.lastname@example.org
Service members, veterans and
federal employees who served between
For more information, check out:
Some time ago, the Board of
Directors authorized a test program to evaluate the feasibility of a Corporate
Member Program. The Committee was headed up by CW4 (Ret) Roy Valiant and CW5
(Ret) Dick Scalzo. We are pleased to announce, as a product of their efforts, AAR
Mobility Systems of
CW4 (P) Michael Toter is a 920A Property Book Tech, assigned to JPAC. As the J4, his main focus is developing the Concept of Support (COS) for 18 recovery teams that deploy around the world. A mission that is not easy considering the typical recovery team consists of 10 to 14 personnel made up of a team leader, forensic anthro-pologist, team sergeant, linguist, medic, life support technician, forensic photographer, explosive ordnance disposal technician, and several mortuary affairs specialists requires logistics never broached in any or military environment.
On Friday, 4 June, a group of WWII glider veterans will gather for a luncheon at the Viscount Suite Hotel at 4855 East Broadway. Cost of your meal will be $16.50. If you would like to attend please RSVP Bill Keller via e-mail at BKe2076635@aol.com to remember D-Day.
The leadership of the U.S. Army Warrant Officers Association is pleased to announce the availability of unique Warrant Officer art by contemporary military artist Don Stivers. USAWOA commissioned one thousand prints. Each print will show the USAWOA logo, a serial number, and the signature of the artist. The artwork commemorates the birth of the Army Warrant Officer Corps: that being the July 1918 act of Congress founding the Army Mine Planter Service as part of the Coast Artillery Corps. To order go to www.usawoa.org or call 800-5-USAWOA.
1-year test to expand space-available travel to family members of active-duty
and retired service members traveling within the continental