Media, PA (November 11, 2006) - The Pennsylvania Veterans Museum will present the premier screening of “In the Company of Heroes”, the story of the 101st Airborne Division,
506 PIR, Easy Company also known as The Band of Brothers. The film is the second of four films from the World War II era that the PA Veterans
Museum is producing. The film is one hour long and open to the public.
U.S. Veterans Legacy Project will host the 47th Annual Veterans Day Parade. The Veterans Parade will honor
those who served their country as Medics. Over 4,000 students and 25 Veterans groups participate in the parade. Following
the parade a ceremony will take place in front of the Delaware County Courthouse.
During the afternoon
the PA Veterans Museum will celebrate the unveiling of their exhibit dedicated to Women and the Home Front during World War
the Museum will partner with the Media Theatre to present the performance of Paying
the Price… a true story of Patriotism. The play takes place during the World War II era. Students who
visit the Museum on class trips will also see the play.
12 East State Street, Media, PA19063
is on East Baker and Church Streets
104 East State Street, Media, PA19063
When:Saturday, November 11, 2006
Band of Brothers film
“In the Company of Heroes”, the story of the 101st Airborne
Activities Continued on the next page………….
506 PIR, Easy Company also known as The Band of Brothers. The film is the second of four films from the World War II era that the PA Veterans Museum is producing. The film
is one hour long and open to the public.
Media, PA’s 47th Annual Veterans Day Parade The Parade begins at State Street and Edgemont and continues less than ¾ mile to the Delaware County
Courthouse on Front Street. Area residents who served their country
as medics will be the Grand Marshalls for the 47th Annual Media Veterans Day.The Delaware County
Veterans’ Day Parade has been nationally recognized for honoring those who served their country in all capacities. Former
Grand Marshalls include the renowned Band of Brothers, the Tuskegee Airmen, Korean War Veterans, Viet
Nam Veterans and returning service personnel from the Iraqi War. More than 4,000 students, 8 county marching bands and 25
county veteran groups are expected to participate.
Ceremony following Parade in front of the Delaware County Courthouse. A “Fly Over” is anticipated.
Veterans Day Program Begins at the Museum
The Museum is free and open to the public all day.
The Museum will unveil their latest exhibit featuring the Women of World War II and the Home Front. This
exhibit honors the women who answered the call of duty when they were officially allowed to serve their
country. Personal interviews of Pennsylvania Women offer the visitor compelling stories.
Performance of Paying the Price… a true story of Patriotism
“Paying the Price”
is based upon the book “Flaming Arrow: WWII as seen from a B-17”. This play is a three-character drama depicting
the story of a young man who becomes a tail gunner on a B-17 named “Flaming Arrow”, battling
his way across the skies of Europe, and becoming a POW in Romania where he was cared for by Pricess Catherine Caraja.
The play is approximately one hour in length.
The PA Veterans Museum is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to preserve the legacy and dignity of
all U.S. military veterans of Pennsylvania
by presenting a living history of their service experiences. The museum’s
goal is to ensure that current and future generations will understand the true nature of war, and recognize the sacrifices
made in the name of freedom and security.For more
Looking for Medics and Corpsmen, who served any time
- WW 11 to present. Media, PA
We are celebrating our Veterans Legacy Museum, newly opened in Media, PA,
hometown and the Board are inviting MEDICS from far and near to be honored here during the Ceremony on Nov 11th.
The whole weekend is dedicated to them. Would you please pass the word with referral to me at home.
610 892 email@example.com
Would be happy to hear from anyone - Medic or Corpsmen,
who served any time - WW 11 to present.
Thanks, God bless. Kath RVN OR RN 12th Evac Hospital 68-69
man good enough to shed his blood for his country, is good enough to receive a square
deal afterwards . . ." -- Theodore Roosevelt
"The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall
be directly proportional to how they perceive veterans of early wars were treated and appreciated by our nation."
- George Washington
GOD BLESS OUR VETERANS
Help give America's PTSD vets a stronger voice. Please join our Facebook
Cause. We are nearing 20,000 members. PTSD disabled vets should be protected under the Federal Americans with Disability
UPDATE: A couple
of years ago, I was the Operations Officer for the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, on the waterfront between the USS ARIZONA
and the USS BOWFIN. The Commandant of the Marine Corps was the featured speaker at the dedication of the USS ARIZONA Marine
Remembrance, 10 November 2006. The National Park Service, which administers the USS ARIZONA Memorial is renovating all of
Halawa Landing, the site of the Marine Remembrance. The Regional Director of the Natl Park Service Western Region, Jon Jarvis,
stated on the local TV news that the Marine Remembrance would be removed. I challenged him on that statement and convinced
him that would not happen without a fight. I passed the word to (disabled vet and webmaster) Jack Cunningham (Americans
Working Together), who in turn asked his readership to email Jarvis that the entire USMC would make every effort to have him
relieved of his duties if he moved that monument. I was copied on many of the emails to him from Marines, their friends and
their families that it nearly fried my computer. And...it worked. In order to save his job, Jarvis backed down. The
Remembrance now belongs to the USMC and has its' rightful place in direct view of the USS ARIZONA.
I'm writing this request (again) on behalf of Jack Cunningham, a former
active duty Marine and Vietnam veteran. Although I've never actually met him in person, simply the fact that he is a
fellow Marine in need of justice, I offer to help him in any way I can. As you may know, Marines are like that.
Marines take care of Marines.
Although I probably don't know all of the facts pertaining to his case against the State
of New Jersey, I know enough to firmly believe that he should be heard in a public forum. His charges are serious.
There are claims of abuse of power and cover-up at the highest level of the State government. When such accusations
are made, I believe the leadership has no other option than to investigate. Until that is done, all that know of him
and his charges will assume that there is indeed a cover-up. Perception is a powerful thing. Hopefully it won't
be counter to the truth, whatever that may be.
If this is allowed to continue to fester, the results will be devastating
on all involved.
If this issue is not addressed soon, my only other option is to forward this to every Marine
website and public forum I can find. That option is not a good one for any of us.
Please do the right thing and
give Jack his "day in court."
"The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified,
shall be directly proportional to how they perceive veterans of early wars were treated and appreciated by our nation."
DURING THE VIETNAM WAR, AMERICANS
LIVED AND SERVED (24/7) WITHIN VIETNAMESE VILLAGES. FEW AMERICANS
BACK HOME EVER HEARD OF THESE MILITARY TEAMS, BECAUSE THE AMERICAN
NEWS MEDIA WAS NOT INTO TELLING POSITIVE, TRUTHFUL STORIES OF
THOSE SERVING HONORABLY FOR AMERICA. IT'S PRETTY MUCH THE
SAME TODAY WITH THE AMERICAN NEWS MEDIA.
BELOW IS AN ARTICLE
ABOUT ONE OF THESE MILITARY TEAMS IN VIETNAM. THE COMBINED
ACTION PROGRAM (CAP) WAS SUCH A SUCCESS DURING THE VIETNAM WAR,
THIS UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS' UNIT WAS REACTIVATED FOR OUR
CURRENT WAR ON TERRORISM.
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FACES OF THE DUC DUC REFUGEE
In Vietnam, It Was Nicknamed "The Peace Corps
Volunteers With Rifles."
Anyone familiar with the Combined Action Platoons of the Vietnam War will understand what's going on here (In Iraq today).
These Marines live, work, sleep, eat and bathe in the same neighborhoods they are helping to stabilize. In doing so, they're
no longer driving in from a forward operating base, or FOB, outside the city and conducting patrols. Instead, they wake up
in the morning, plan a patrol, then walk out into the neighborhood and greet the men and women sweeping their sidewalks or
tending their shops. They're literally swarmed with children wanting a high five or a piece of chocolate. They visit schools,
markets and local infrastructure projects to see how things are going. There are no interrogations or mean faces, just a neighborly
walk through their district to check on the locals who sometimes know them by name.
Below are two links to some articles about the Marine Corps' Civil Action Programs
I served on a CAP Team in the Duc Duc Refugee Village. Sometimes, we only had four (4)
Americans in a village of 2,000 homes.
We got pulled out from our village in August 1970, because of President Nixon's troop pullout.
In March 1971, the village was burned to the ground by communist terrorists and hundreds and hundreds of innocent men, women
and children were killed, wounded and reported missing. http://www.americans-working-together.com/id222.html
traumatic events~such as natural disasters, abuse, crime, accident, rape,
war etc.~ millions of people develop PTSD with symptoms raging from nightmares to headaches, flashbacks,
withdrawing from people, profound sadness, anxiety, anger, guilt, fatigue, pessimism, sexual problems and emotional numbing.
Instead of the State of New Jersey giving me "reasonable disability
accommodations" for my war-service-related PTSD, the State allowed Maynard & Truland's arrogant lawyers to mock my disability
in New Jersey Supreme Court documents.
The corrupt law firm Maynard & Truland was the defendant in the
case, and I was the Plaintiff in the ethics complaint.