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A passionate conversation about The National Civil War Museum

The enthusiasm and passion of Wayne Motts CEO of The National Civil War Museum is infectious. This is a MUST VISIT for military reunions, and history buffs.

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The Wonders Of Trafalgar

 

Cruise industry expert Tony Scoringe shares details of several destinations, discounts and options available for military reunions or veterans.

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MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY (Part 1)

In March 2003, the Museum of Military History started life in a tent at the Vietnam
Veterans Traveling Memorial Wall in St. Cloud, Florida. Vietnam Veteran, Mr. Jerry
Kervin and his brother Jim, along with another Vietnam Vet, Dave Roberts, had an
idea that they should ask the manager of the Osceola Square Mall in Kissimmee,
Florida if they could use a store front in the mall to permanently display items that
had been donated and loaned by members of Vietnam Veterans Association (VVA),
Osceola County Chapter 755. The three charter members called their display, the
"Veterans Tribute" at the time.

In April 2003, the "Veterans Tribute" opened in the mall, The "Veterans Tribute" was initiated by the two Kervin brothers and staffed by volunteers from VVA Chapter 755. The "Veterans Tribute" began with donated uniforms, manuals, unit patches, keepsakes and memorabilia and was open 12 noon to 6 pm Thursday thru Sunday each week.

The museum of Military History opened its doors to the public at its new site on Saturday, March 31, 2012, following a ceremony to dedicate the museum to veterans, those heroes lost in battle and to Osceola County.    museumofmilitaryhistory

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Event Insurance, the "not so sexy" side of reunion planning

 
Michelle Lenz with Green Leaf Insurance shares what it is, why you need it, what is covered and how inexpensive it is to purchase.     reunionfriendly.com
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Janine Stange Sings the Star Spangled Banner in All 50 States

 
Janine Stange, who has come to be known as "The National Anthem Girl," made history by completing her mission to sing the "Star Spangled Banner" in all 50 states in time for the 200th anniversary of Francis Scott Key penning the lyrics for the hallowed song on September 14, 2014.
 
The Long Island, NY native marked Tennessee as her 50th state, when she sang prior to the Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings NFL preseason game in Nashville on August 28 at 7:00pm CST.
 
She has appeared on Today Show, Fox & Friends and NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. Her story has been told across America on every major network: ABC, CBS, CNN, FOX, MSNBC, NBC.
At each stop, Janine sets up a table after she performs and provides blank "thank you" cards for attendees to write messages to our deployed military and veterans. Each card goes into an Operation Gratitude military care package.
 
Stange also was amidst the major celebrations in Baltimore - the city the prides itself in being our anthem's birthplace - during the weekend that marked the song's 200th Anniverary