From the AFSA Chapter 1320:
Dear Honoree and Family,
On September 21, 2018, Chapter 1320 of the Air Force Sergeants Association will be hosting our annual POW/MIA remembrance event honoring those that were former POW/MIA members and their families for the sacrifices they have made to this great nation. We would be honored if you could attend the event so you can join us on this special day. If transportation needs to be arranged please let us know so that we can make proper accommodations. The event will take place on Travis Air Force Base. Lunch will begin at 1130, followed by a ceremony that should conclude by 1430. If this is something that you would like to attend, please contact MSgt Michael Richardson either via email at email@example.com, or via phone at (707)-344-8763 at your earliest convenience so that arrangements can be made for planning purposes. We look forward to meeting you on September 21st.
Air Force Sergeant Association, Chapter 1320
I again commend the dedication and initiative AFSA demonstrates in support of our nation's effort to account as fully as possible for those who served our country and haven't yet come home. We are indebted for such commitment to the principles we've pursued since 1970 and know how much it means to those serving today to have the assurance that should they be captured or become missing in combat, we'll all be there for them, working earnestly for their return.
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League Chairman of the Board/CEO Ann Mills-Griffiths, talking with H.E. Anatoly Antonov, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the U.S., at the Russia Day Reception, June 12th, at the Embassy of the Russian Federation.
Also pictured are Darya Barmina Mills, Chairman of the Leagues Archival Digitization Project and James Reedy, League Foreign Policy Intern from American University.
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Take a virtual tour of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to learn more about The Wall and all of the elements that make up the memorial.