Two CPT Meriwether Lewis Chapter Leaders Win Major AUSA Award
Congratulations to the following Sixth Region members who were presented with very special awards at the AUSA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC on October 13, 2014:
  • Carlene Joseph is the 2014 recipient of the  Major General Anthony J. Drexel Biddle Medal, which is awarded to the individual who has contributed most significantly to the advancement and mission of the Association of the U.S. Army this year.  Mrs. Joseph has been the President of the Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter since 2009. 
  • Alecia Grady, is the 2014 recipient of the Joseph P. Cribbins Medal.   This award is presented annually to a current or recently retired Department of the Army Civilian of any component in recognition of their exemplary service to the U.S. Army, significant contributions to AUSA and the local community.  Ms. Grady is currently the Chief of the Armed Forces Community Services at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and has been an AUSA member since 1994.
Soldier for Life
Soldier for Life (SFL) is the Army's program to earn that trust by providing resources and opportunities for Soldiers, veterans and families who are in transition.  The SFL program is founded upon the central idea that once a Soldier joins the active or reserve component of the United States Army, he or she is a Soldier for life.  Read the Institute for Land Warfare's Torchbearer publication on SFL.  The  SFL website is also the new home of the Army's Retirement Services Office and includes information for soldiers, veterans, military families/Gold Star families about health services, education, employment and benefits.
From the Nevada Department of Veterans Services
The Nevada Department of Veterans Services is working to ensure that over the next 10-20 years the needs of veterans and their spouses for nursing home care, assisted living care, and adult day care are met across the State of Nevada, urban and rural communities.  In order to do that, we need your input.  We are asking veterans age 50 and over to please fill out this very short survey, which should take about 5 minutes, so that we can hear what matters to you on this critical issue! Thank you in advance for your time. You can click on this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Nvseniorhousing.

"Voice for the Army - Support for the Soldier"
in the Pacific Northwest

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