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At a recent Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 meeting, Steve Ehrlick was awarded a Quilt of Valor for his Military Service.  Vietnam Veterans of America meet the first Wednesday of each month at the Greenville Shrine Clu at 6:00 p.m.
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At a recent Vietnam Veterans ofAmerica Chapter 523 Greenville, S.C. Seven members received  Quilt of Valor for their service.  From left to right:  Jerry Brock, Jim Chance, Peter Flink, Skip Gribble, Ron Hall, Duane Kelley and Mike White.

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The American Legion Post 214 of Taylors, SC had their first general meeting since March and the Covid-19 pandemic.

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New Addition to Military Museum 0711201445

Peter Butchart and Ken Hemm prepare a new mannequin for the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History. Open Saturday at 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Free Admission.

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Members of American Legion Post 214 of Taylors help post the colors at Wrenn Memorial Baptist Church's annual military appreciation program.

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Space Force GameChanger

If war is coming to outer space, then the United States is late to the battlefield. But, its recently unveiled Space Force is already changing the ground rules in the Middle East.

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A Bell OH-58D Keowa helicopter model of the one that Captain Kimberly Hampton flown is now displayed as a memorial in front of the Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library on Biltmore Road. It took nearly five years for Jim Garrison, supporters, politicans and military officers to find a identical helicoter model that she flew. The dedicated memorial is called Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Park. Hampton's helicopter was shot down over Fallujah, Iraq in January 2004. She was the first female pilot in U.S. history shot down and killed as a result of hostile fire.

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