Greetings from the North Georgia Mountains! As I write this letter, Veteran’s Day is approaching, and I want to thank you for your service to our great country! The world has never been so volatile in most of our lifetimes, and more than ever, we need to be passionate about our profession and relevant. We […]
Roger Martin Weed was born February 26, 1943 in the Village of Warsaw, New York to Florence and Walter Weed. Roger was raised in Arlington, Texas. He was active in Boy Scouts, an Eagle Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow. He graduated from Arlington High School in 1961. Roger graduated from
The goal here is to provide information and links to other websites that might be of use to Veterans and Current Members of our Association and the Armed Forces. This site has information regarding Medicare and Veterans InformationAs a Medicare plans resource center (Note: we do not sell or provide healthcare plans), we’ve made it
For those of you who are tracking the Senate or House bills regarding the Award of the Congressional Gold Medal to Dust Off crews, and collectively, others who may have flown under a different call sign, here is an update as of April 5, 2022 FROM MG BRADY: “ The CGM action is still alive.
Each year at the DUSTOFF Reunion an election is held at the business meeting on Saturday Morning – IAW our bylaws those present constitute a quorum – this year’s meeting is a different situation given the EXTREMELY low numbers in attendance.If you are an active life member of the DUSTOFF Association and would like to
The newest newsletter is attached as a pdf file. Also, you can sign up for the newsletter by clicking this link. Click here to sign up The AMEDD Museum and the DUSTOFF Association have had a long and friendly relationship for more than 25 years. Our DUSTOFF Hall of Fame is located on the grounds
CHARLES LIVINGSTON KELLY Killed In Action VALOR United States Army Major Charles Livingston Kelly from Warm Springs is inducted into the 2020 Class of the Georgia Military Veterans’ Hall of Fame for his many courageous acts of heroism in two wars. Charles Kelly joined the Army at the age of 15 and fought as an
LEXINGTON, Mass. – On his evening commute home from work, Sgt. 1st Class Charles Wilkinson, a flight paramedic with Detachment 1, Charlie Company, 3rd of the 126th Aviation, Westfield, was alarmed to see what was happening on the road ahead of him. On that dark, cold night, a young man attempting to cross the busy