Sep/Oct 2005 - Korean War Veterans Association

Sep/Oct 2005 - Korean War Veterans Association

121 Gr

Greater Cincinnati [OH]

Bob McGeorge

Chapter President Bob McGeorge and member Harry Falck

were awarded plaques from the Cincinnati Warbirds EAA

Squadron 18. The plaques read, “With our gratitude and appreciation

for your Distinguished Military Service To Our Country.”

142 attendees at the Department of Affairs 75th Anniversary ceremony (L-

R) Commander Chip Chipley, Vice Commander Bob Miles, Secretary Ken

Davis, Treasurer Bob Mount, Past Commander Bob Eader

Bob McGeorge and Harry Falck of 121 display their plaques

142 Kor orean


Veterans [MD]


Richard L. Martin

Chapter members participated in a parade in Gaithersburg,

MD. Several members also attended the Department of Veterans

Affairs 75th Anniversary ceremony on July 21, 2005 at DAR

Constitution Hall in Washington D.C. The program included

Adrian Cronauer of Good Morning Vietnam fame as the emcee.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs R. James Nicholson and Vice

President Richard B. Cheney were also in attendance.

Finally, a group of members and spouses attended the Korean

War Veterans Memorial Armistice Day Commemoration

142 group and “Minnie Bus,” their transportation to and from Washington

D.C for the July 27th ceremony

Ceremony in the Nation’s Capitol on July 27, 2005. The ceremony

commemorated the 55th anniversary of the signing of the

armistice and the 10th anniversary of the dedication of the

Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C.

153 Central Florida F



Chapter members

attended a

memorial service

on July 27, 2005, at

Deltona Veterans

Park. Chapter Past

Presidents Tom

Gaffney, Ted

Sullivan, Ed Kent,

and Bob Balzer

delivered brief


Don Smith


142 members on parade (L-R) Tony Malavenda, Scheller Garlock, Kenneth

Davis, Reggie Kephart, Charles Chipley, Past Commander Robert Eader

153’s Memorial, dedicated June 25, 2005

(Photo by Ed Brandt)

September - October 2005

The Graybeards

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