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SERGEANTS MAJOR ASSOCIATION

FORT BRAGG NORTH CAROLINA
P.O. BOX 1745
Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28307

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING ARE SCHEDULED FOR  THE 2ND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH

  Next MEETING ~ 08:00 ~ 09:00 am. Saturday,  July 11, 2015
DINING FACILITY  AT WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER
07:00 ~ 08:00  BREAKFAST 

 
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President
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CSM  Smith
Adjutant

CSM   Guerrero
 Treasurer

CSM   Myers
Sergeant  at Arms 

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Quartermaster
CSM   Murray
CCVC
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Public Relations
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Chaplain
CSM   Gomez
Editor
 
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KOREAN WAR REMEMBERED 
1950 ~ 1953
Freedom Memorial Park

Yes! flame throwers were used in Korea. But, not now soldier. New rules...

The Korean War started on June 25, 1950, sixty-five years ago, when the forces of North Korea, known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea or DPRK invaded South Korea, known as the Republic of Korea or ROK, crossing the 38th parallel, the demarcation line separating North from South. A United Nations coalition, led by the U.S., entered the war to aid South Korea. China entered the war with backing from the Soviet Union to fight for the North. The war ended over three years later with an armistice agreement on July 27, 1953.

Sergeants Major Association
Laying a wreath at the Korean War Memorial

 

 

 

 

YOUR CALL!/ I'm going to throw-up!
Main Post Chapel, Ft. Bragg, NC

While the Pentagon won’t allow an honor guard to set foot in a church, they have no problem allowing them to march in a gay pride parade.

 On June 7, 2014, a United States Armed Forces color guard led the way and retired the colors in the Capital Pride parade. It was the first time in American history that an officially sanctioned United States Armed Forces color guard marched in a gay pride parade
Saturday, June 13, 2015

The eight-person color guard represented each branch of the United States armed forces. the color guard, which also presents colors for the President of the United States, members of Congress, and at official state functions.

Pride Parade -  one of Washington, DC’s, favorite parades! The Capital Pride Parade travels 1.5 miles through Dupont Circle and 17th Street and ends in the Logan Circle neighborhood. The Parade will include more than 170 contingents–floats, vehicles, walkers, entertainment–consisting of local businesses, Capital Pride Heroes and Engendered Spirit awardees, politicians, community groups, drag queens, dogs, and much more.

 

WASHINGTON —   thanked gay and lesbian military members for their service, as the Pentagon prepares to mark June as gay pride month with an official salute.

 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

A WARRIOR'S NIGHTMARE

LONG GONE ARE THE DAYS WHERE AMERICAN SOLDIERS COULD DISTINGUISH THEIR ENEMY BY THE UNIFORM THEY WORE.

IN MODERN WAREFARE THERE IS NO DEFINED ENEMY

 

The purpose of this posting is to bring to your attention and appeal to your conscience that American service members volunteer to put themselves in harms way, sometimes for multiple deployments. When an accidental civilian death occurs as a result of the asymmetric nature of modern warfare, the military looks for someone to hold accountable. 

In the summer 2013 A jury at Fort Bragg found an 82nd Airborne Division lieutenant guilty of two counts of murder in connection with a series of shootings in Afghanistan.  CLICK HERE

 COMMITTED SOLDIERS  WHO HONORABLY SERVED THEIR COUNTRY ARE NOW SERVING SENTENCES RANGING BETWEEN 10 YEARS AND LIFE IN PRISION


THE LEAVENWORTH ~ 10
http://dcxposed.com/the-leavenworth-10-uncommon-injustice

There are to many Veterans incarcerated at the United States Disciplinary Barracks (USDB), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Don't believe me, you can read the book, "Lone Survivor, true story and a great movie," Four men on a mission. Three killed one severely wounded, mission aborted. Why? They decided to follow the current Rules of Engagement; they knew if they did not, they would all end up at USDB, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, previously known as the "Castle."

 

  THEIR WILL BE MORE

The Army revoked a Silver Star from Fort Bragg Green Beret Maj. Mathew Golsteyn 

and gives him a general discharge

 

Golsteyn was accused of shooting an unarmed Afghan man identified by a source as a bomb maker in Marjah, according to testimony. He buried the body in a shallow grave and returned the following morning to burn it.
The man was shot while walking on a path; some have speculated he was en route to a location where others had bomb-making materials. The previous day, an explosion in an Afghan bazaar killed two Marines and injured three others.

Rules of Engagement  again ~ Violating the law of armed conflict. JAG at it's best. He almost made it to Leavenworth to join the other!

 

Why have we allowed the USA to sink this low?

Veteran detained after taking American flag from protesters who were walking on it, report says
 
A military veteran was reportedly detained and charged by Valdosta State University police in Georgia Friday after she took an American flag from a group of protesters who were walking on it.

A VSU student told the paper that a demonstrator said putting the flag on the ground and walking on it was “a symbol of our protest.  

Rap star Lil Wayne was filmed trampling all over the American flag while shooting a new music video for the song “God Bless Amerika" in New Orleans

Saturday, November 7,2015

Veterans Day Parade

 


 

Political Correctness is a doctrine, recently fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and promoted by a sick mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end!

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CONFEDERATE FLAGS COMING DOWN

How far will we go?

BRAXTON BRAGG - FT. BRAGG, NC  (March 22, 1817 – September 27, 1876) a native of North Carolina was a career United States Army officer, and then a general in the Confederate States.  (MY GOD! SHOULD WE RENAME BRAGG?



Coming Events

Special Meeting in August
 

Our meeting in August will be at the Heritage Place, on the third Saturday, 0800,  August 15, 2015
Bing your wife.     

Welcome to Heritage Place!
On behalf of the entire Heritage Place family, we welcome you to our unique retirement living community.
325 N. Cool Spring Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910-323-4925

THE BIRTH OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE

4th July 2015


 

 


CSM/SGM 

The Sergeants Major Association needs committed individuals to come forward and join our great organization. It will of course take courage to put yourself out there as a supporter, as a representative of the people, as one of the standard bearers who believe in the organization and cares about the future and it legacy. 

                                    

Honoring  those who fought and died in Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn

   


http://duskinandstephens.com/index.html

               

 


The President's  favorite soldier.

 et ready for another floor show?

Joe, want to check out how a soldier lived back in the 60'-50' and 40!he

 

NO SMOKING 

 


 However, you can forget about smoking in or around any buildings on Ft. Bragg. 

and don't forget the veterans
 

SO WHAT IF YOU FOUGHT IN TWO WARS!
 IF YOU GOING TO  SMOKE ~TAKE IT OUTSIDE!

rain or shine

If anything showed the second-class citizen status of military tobacco users, it's  what you encounter at the door of  veteran organizations.    

 If you live in a tree

Patriot Day

 

September 11, 2015

 
3rd Infantry Regiment "The Old Guard"

The Old Guard Association 18th Annual Reunion, 30 September-4 October, Sheraton Pentagon City, Arlington, Virginia.  For more information, visit the Association website at www.oldguard.org.

 

 

You do not have to be a member to attend this event
OCTOBERFEST
6:00 pm October 10, 2015
It's getting near that time for German"Gemutlichkeit."
          
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Mark your place in history! Become a permanent part of Freedom Memorial Park. Create a lasting tribute to someone or something you hold dear with an engraved brick placed just above the water fall. 
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To view Freedom Memorial Park

 

TWO    LOCATIONS:    
Raeford Rd.  910 484-6100
Ramsey St.  910 884 3033
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