I HAVE: MARINE CORPS JR ROTC FROM LINCOLN TO POST THE COLORS A CHAPLAIN, ALAN HOLTE FROM THE VA A GUEST SPEAKER, PAT KELLY VA HOSPITAL DIRECTOR OUR YOUNG SINGER FROM MADISON TO DO TWO SONGS (GOD BLESS AMERICA TO OPEN AND ON EAGLES WINGS TO CLOSE) A FIRING PARTY FOR A 21 GUN SALUTE MOTOR CYCLE CLUBS TO LEAD IN AND TO LEAD OUT AS SOON AS THE FIRING PARTY FINISHES THANK YOU TO RON HAVENS TWO INDIVIDUALS TO DO THE TABLE CEREMONY: TERRY MAYER AND MICK NESSEIM FRO 959 TWO YOUNG LADIES TO DO IN FLANDERS FIELD AND THE RESPONSE ALAINA FROM MADISON AND JESSIE NESSEIM FROM TEA I NOW HAVE AN OUTLINE FOR A PROCLAMATION FOR THE MAYOR TO SIGN/READ(?) DITTO FOR THE GOV BASED ON ONE THAT DAUGARD ISSUED IN 2011 LONNIE CARPENTER, COUNTRY STYLE SINGER, FROM LAKE BENTON TO DO 4 NUMBERS. BOTH SENATOR'S OFFICES AND KRISTIE NOEMS OFFICES HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED MICK NESSEIM IS DOING YEOMAN'S WORK IN HELPING TO GET THE WORD OUT IN TEA, LENNOX AND EVEN DELL RAPIDS THROU…
One year ago, the U.S. military suffered
one of the largest one-day losses since the war in Afghanistan began and the
biggest loss ever in Special Ops history. Just three months after the U.S.
Navy SEALs took down Osama bin Laden, the Taliban got off a “lucky shot” with a
rocket-propelled grenade that downed a Chinook CH-47 with U.S. Special Ops warriors on
board; many were Navy SEALs, some were Army Special
Forces and others were Airmen from a Special Tactics Team in North
Carolina. The Operation was named Extortion 17,
a rescue mission to extract another team of Special Forces soldiers. All aboard the helicopter died Aug.
6, 2011, in Wardak province, Afghanistan. The following sailors assigned to an
East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare unit were killed:Lt. Cmdr. (SEAL) Jonas B. Kelsall, 32, of Shreveport, Louisiana, Special Warfare Operator
Master Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Louis J. Langlais, 44, of Santa Barbara,
California. Special Warfare …
Wisconsin Honor Flight group to hold summer tribute to WWII vets By The Associated Press March 22, 2012 6:30 a.m. An organization that flies World War II veterans to see their memorial in Washington, D.C., is planning to salute thousands of veterans at Miller Park this summer. Stars and Stripes Honor Flight offers free flights to aging veterans so they can see the memorials erected in their honor. The group is planning a Milwaukee tribute Aug. 11 to veterans of World War II and other conflicts. The event will feature World War II re-enactors, as well as a patriotic tribute to veterans and the screening of an Honor Flight documentary on the stadium's large screen. Group chairman Joe Dean said organizers planned the event after realizing there's a pent-up desire in the community to honor these heroes. Net proceeds will go toward funding future Honor Flights.