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Post 214 Carshow 4797

American Legion Major Rudolf, Jr. Post 214 held their  simi-annual Car Show at their Post on Wade Hampton Blvd.  There was a large crowd and lot of beautiful cars, and food available, and later had a raffle and awards given.  The Cecil D. Buchanan Buchanan Museum of Military History was also open.

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Left to right (seated): Delegate Anna Kate Wingard, Delegate Kathryn Hawell, Alternate Delegate Riley Wasse and Delegate Lauren Champagne will be sponsored by American Legion Post 214 Auxilliary. Standing: Auxilliary members Kathy Davis and Mary Bellinger. Girls State learn about our state government and elect their own officers.

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Monday morning a meeting was held at Tommy's Ham House to do more planning on the 2019 Veterans Day Parade to be held on May 18, 2019. The parade will be honoring active military and veterans and will be held on Main Street, Greenville, SC at 4 p.m. (1600 hours).

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ATHENS, Tenn. -- The following is submitted by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, Commander, United States Navy, Retired:

I come in prayer to you seeking an audience before any federal grand jury in the land.

I come to you as the constitutionally empowered senior law enforcement officer in the United States; law officer of last resort. America's TOP COP!

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ALL GAVE SOME, SOME GAVE ALL. The Korean War, The Forgotten War should be called The Forgotten Victory. Why?

Thirty-seven thousand+ men and women lost their lives and more that 103K were wounded while defending South Korea from aggressive Communist North Korean forces when they launched an all-out war against South Korea on June 25, 1950. Within a week they were on the out-skirts of Seoul, the capitol of South Korea with numerous divisions of Armored, Artillery,  and Infantry units. They were confident that victory was at hand. But the shooting war lasted thirty-seven months until July 1953 when a truce was signed. Technically the war is still going on as a peace treaty has never been signed. Men are still losing their lives in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) of Korea.

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Quilts of Valor Post 214 3228

At the monthly meeting of the American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 eleven Veterans received a Quilt of Valor for their service to America.  From left to right bottom row: Ken Hemm, Bob Dill, Bob Davis, William Chastain Sr. Bud Alley.  Back row: Ken Kahu, Carroll Kelley, Buddy Mullinax, Bobby Prater, Pat Ramsey, Don Whitehead.  Post 214 holds its meetings the third Tuesday of the month at Lee Road Methodist Church.  Meal at 6:00pm followed by Meeting.

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