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Posted: 1/20/2016
Name: Bob Williams
Message: USMRA Members,

I hope all is well in your corner of the world this morning. As the USMRA secretary, I will be sending out the monthly meeting minutes in an email once they are approved at the next meeting. Please, check your email address on the Unit Roster to ensure it is current. If not, send me an email, and I'll get it updated.

Thanks for your support, and have a big day!


Posted: 1/15/2016
Name: Chuck Windham Vice President
Message: Special guest spearker for February Meeting

Colonel Rick White, Chairman of the Board of the Georgia Military Veterans Hall of Fame, has been invited to address the USMRA meeting to be held on 4 February, 2016. Rick has accepted.

The Colonel is Ranger, Special Forces, Airborne, and helecopter pilot trained. He did 3 tours in "Nam, and retired after 31 years in the Army.

Make plans to attend. He has a special message for Georgia Veterans


Posted: 1/9/2016
Name: Mike Keohane
Message: Sorry about that, Jim, I have not had my morning coffee.

Posted: 1/9/2016
Name: Mike Keohane
Message: Jack Regan : Roughly six hours of drive time with three good routes on Map Quest. I am four hours away in Sevierville, Tn and I have a scheduled trip to Colorado Springs later this year of 21 hours. When I lived in New York, I would make the meetings - took two days travel each way.

Posted: 1/7/2016
Name: Jim Regan
Message: Hey Mike, it's too long of a trek. From Lexington, KY to Dahlonega, Ga. Twenty years ago it'd be a snap!!! I'm planning on the "Open House and CCO!" See ya there. Jim RLTW/L&P

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