Te Retired Enlisted Association 9-29-14

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FROM WASHINGTON: NEWS FOR THE ENLISTED September 29, 2014 This is the time of the year that news will be coming out from campaigns around the country; battles in the Middle East; programs being created to try and stop the spread of Ebola but less dramatic news coming out directly from Washington.

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We start a new chapter in our book. . .

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    "Four Doolittle Raiders Located"   Light rain pelted T. Sgt. Nestor Jacot in the face as he tapped out a coded message on the portable high-frequency radio transmitter in Peking in August, 1945. Beside him S. Sgt. Dick Hamada vigorously turned the hand crank on the power generator. Aro

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Now back to our POWs.

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              Forty Months of Hell   A high point in the long months of imprisonment was reached on Christmas Day, 1944. Some strange fighter planes the prisoners could not identify roared over the prison headed for oil refineries and storage tanks nearby. Explosions followed, interspe

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Cape Cod Veterans

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October Newsletter Very busy summer for our organization.  August 28th we finished the last part of the Disabled Veterans home in Hyannis, the picture window and 3 others were replaced. Much thanks to Barnstable Sheriff’s Dept. and Nauset Disposal for their help. A full listing of costs asso

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Electric Rates

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To All My AMVETS Family; For the past several months I have been Trying to inform you about the Benefits to our organization and you. Electric rates in the State of Massachusetts are on the rise. Viridian and I can help you to earn funds for you post and control your cost while limiting the effe

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  • Te Retired Enlisted Association 9-29-14 - FROM WASHINGTON: NEWS FOR THE ENLISTED September 29, 2014 This is the time of the year that news will be coming out from campaigns around the country; battles in the Middle East; programs being created to try and stop the spread of Ebola but less dramatic news coming out directly from Washington. That means some […]
  • We start a new chapter in our book. . . -     “Four Doolittle Raiders Located”   Light rain pelted T. Sgt. Nestor Jacot in the face as he tapped out a coded message on the portable high-frequency radio transmitter in Peking in August, 1945. Beside him S. Sgt. Dick Hamada vigorously turned the hand crank on the power generator. Around these two American soldiers […]
  • Now back to our POWs. -               Forty Months of Hell   A high point in the long months of imprisonment was reached on Christmas Day, 1944. Some strange fighter planes the prisoners could not identify roared over the prison headed for oil refineries and storage tanks nearby. Explosions followed, interspersed with machine gun fire. […]
  • Cape Cod Veterans - October Newsletter Very busy summer for our organization.  August 28th we finished the last part of the Disabled Veterans home in Hyannis, the picture window and 3 others were replaced. Much thanks to Barnstable Sheriff’s Dept. and Nauset Disposal for their help. A full listing of costs associated with this work, (materials, coffee and lunch […]
  • Electric Rates - To All My AMVETS Family; For the past several months I have been Trying to inform you about the Benefits to our organization and you. Electric rates in the State of Massachusetts are on the rise. Viridian and I can help you to earn funds for you post and control your cost while limiting the […]
  • Collings Foundation September eNews - Hello everyone,  I don’t how many of you might be interested in this but here it is.  I was going to attend this but sad to say I will be Camping in Conn. that weekend.  For those of you out of State——————not too late to get on the road. If you cannot view the images […]
  • VA Updates Disability Claims Application - VA Updates Disability Claims Application 09/24/2014 01:00 AM EDT The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced that it is introducing a uniformed disability claims form to better serve Veterans, families and survivors. Standardizing the process by which Veterans file claims and initiate appeals will make it easier for Veterans and their survivors to clearly […]
  • Veterans trust dedicate 100th memorial carillon - Thursday, September 4, 2014 AMVETS, Kentucky Veterans trust dedicate 100th memorial carillon in Greenup County Post to Twitter Post to Facebook 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 Send via Gmail Send via E-mail program A memorial carillon was dedicated recently at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North East in Greenup County. The bell […]
  • rogram Blast 9-26-14 - 2014FREEDOMS FOUNDATION NEC Promo Sept 26-1 Programs Reporting Score Sheet 9-26-14 PROGRAMS REPORTING – REPORT CARD – PDF attached   AMVETS SPIRIT OF AMERICA – FREEDOMS FOUNDATION – Youth Leadership Conference Final cut-off is next Friday – 3 October! 15 Departments/Commanders delinquent in selecting a 10th or 11th grader to represent their respective Departments. Arizona, […]
  • VFW Action Corps Weekly 9-26-14 - In This Issue: 1. DOD Expands Military Financial Protections 2. Camp Lejeune Care Update 3. Campaign and Election Update1. DOD Expands Military Financial Protections: The Department of Defense today announced a regulation proposal that will reduce predatory lending practices, expand protections provided service members by closing loopholes in current rules, and ensure military families receive […]
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  • Now back to our book and the remaining 5 Doolittle Raider POWs. . - In Kiangwan Prison, the remaining five prisoners were unaware that their buddies had been executed. Still in solitary confinement, each was trying to maintain his sanity against the loneliness and uncertainty. While Hallmark, Farrow, and Spatz were being executed, the other five were roused out of their cells and marched to the same room where […]
  • Final Regulations for Camp Lejeune Veteransand Their Families - 1 Publication of Final Regulations Fact Sheet Hospital Care and Medical Services for Camp Lejeune Veterans and Payment or Reimbursement for Certain Medical Expenses for Camp Lejeune Family Members September 23, 2014 Summary: The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is committed to providing the best care for Veterans and families related to Camp Lejeune historical […]
  • August 2014 AMVETS EXECUTIVE REPORT - Aug 2014 Executive report   Our Numbers 5 new member drawings. Member transfers 20 Ways to help veterans Business Network New Membership model Your National Guard     Our Numbers: We started a new year on 1 September We increased our membership slightly compared to last year and our renewal rate is slightly better as […]
  • Now let’s get back to our book as Bob Hite gives his deposition about his imprisonment. . . - “We remained in the Bridge House for 70 days. . . the Chinese in our cell were removed a few days after we arrived. Here we were particularly troubled by the conditions of our imprisonment. We were bothered by bugs, rats, and lice which bit us continually until finally our faces and hands swelled out […]