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Members of American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr., Post 214 greet visitors at Gun Show held at Greenville Convention Center, displaying war artifacts from the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History located at 3110 Wade Hampton Blvd.

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L-R, Francis Thompson, Eddie Wooten, Conrad Nowak, Lew Perry                            Missing are Lewis Langley, and Tom Comshaw
L-R, Francis Thompson, Eddie Wooten, Conrad Nowak, Lew Perry Missing are Lewis Langley, and Tom Comshaw

Members of the KWVA Foothills Chapter#301of SC celebrated their 15th anniversary at their regular meeting February 13, 2020Recognitionof pastPresidents with a certificate of appreciation included, founder and first PresidentLewPerry, Francis Thompson,Lewis LangleyEddie Wooten, Tom Comshaw, Conrad Nowak,deceased were James Oakman and Gerry Kunz.

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Vietnam New Years - Year of the Rat

The Vietnamese New Year celebration was held at The Greenville Convention Center. 2020 is the year of the Rat.

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The Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 Color Guard prepare to present the Colors.

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Isaac Jansen, representing James F. Daniel, Jr. American Legion Post 3 in Greenville, is congratulated by Rock Hill's Frank Roach American Legion Post #34 Commander Charles Swanger. Isaac was judged as the 1st place winner of the High School Oratorical Speech Contest Saturday, February 8th, 2020. The contestants had to give their opening oration not to exceed eight to ten minutes. The 2nd part of the contest was one of four Constiituional Amendments which were in sealed envelopes. Eachcontestant had five minutes to study and give a three to five minute oration on the Amendment that was pulled from the sealed envelope.The Amendment that was revealed was the 27th Amendment of the Constitution of Unites Statues. Isaac will represent Greenville American Legion Post 3 in the Oratorical Finals in Columbia, SC on Saturday, February 22nd.

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The Four Chaplains, also referred to as the "Immortal Chaplains" or the "Dorchester Chaplains," were four World War II chaplains who gave their lives to save other civilian and military personnel as the troop ship SS Dorchester sank on February 3, 1943. The Dorchester was a civilian liner converted for military service in World War II as a War Shipping Administration troop transport. She was able to carry slightly more than 900 military passengers and crew.

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A program was given by American Legion Post 45 Inman at the Inman First Baptist Church. Spartanburg County Sheriff's Department Drill Team stunned the audience with their presentation.

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Commander Charlie Tapp address members of American Legion Post 45, Inman. Post 45 meet the first Saturday of each month at 9 a.m., 44 Bishop Street.

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American Legion Post 214 Adjutant Tony Dunn addresses guests at the February Taylors Town Square meeting. He invited them to the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History and spoke to them about the American Legion.

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