Definition Of A Veteran

A veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life,
wrote a blank check made payable to The United States of America, for an amount of up to and including their life.

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.
Please send your reunion pictures to Charlie cb93ty@gmail.com or preferably a CD with the highest resolution possible.
I'll get them posted ASAP.
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The VFW Post 220 has notified us that there is a price increase for purchasing a memorial
brick. The cost is now $40.00. They have changed suppliers who is more reliable and
produces a better product.
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4/03/2017 - Request Your Military Service Records Online, by Mail, or by Fax
(Includes DD 214/Separation Documents, Personnel Records, Replacement Medals, and/or Medical Records)
https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records
10/29/2018 - Added 2018 reunion pictures. Check them out. 2018 Reunion Pictures
11/28/2018 - Added Bill Seymore's pictures. Check them out here.
Bill's pictures
11/29/2018 - Added Stephanie's pictures. Check them out. Charlie
Stephanie's Pictures
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01/06/2019 - Added a photo from Ron Stokes from Subic Bay 1968. It's 2300 and another assignment completed.
This was performed under the best conditions possible in the air conditioned space that contained NO ASBESTOS.    
Yea right.    
Stokes Pictures
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3/20/2019 - Reunion Information for 2019. Check it out.
2019 Reunion Information  
 Sherri and Larry Fehlinger <slfehlinger@etczone.com>
Thu, May 16, 1:51 PM (15 hours ago)
to me

Please post this note on the website



I just  found out that the reunion information I sent to Tin Can Sailors is not printed in the paper that we get in the mail.  
It can be found on the website under reunions.  I sent an email to complain that it should be posted in the paper that we
receive.  Just wanted  everyone to know in case you are like me and kept waiting to see it in The Tin Can Sailor paper.   
This is for the picture and information that I sent to them for the 2018 reunion.
 5/17 2019 - Here's a short note from Larry about our Nashville reunion.