Reunion at Fort Worth, TX
27 - 31 October, 2010 - Y'ALL COME, YA HEAH
You won’t want to miss this great reunion! We aren’t getting any younger, so every opportunity to get together to share memories, stories, fellowship, and pay tribute to our fallen brothers is a precious event. It seems to your humble editor that while activities, tours and the like are fun and interesting, the time spent just sitting and talking with guys I haven’t seen in many years is the most meaningful and satisfying aspect of a reunion. It gets better every time. This one promises to be no different in that aspect. Be a part of this reunion!
Beautiful Colorado Springs, 2008
That is Ken Semmler leading the Aussie version of Waltzing Matilda, Dayton 2006
Rowdy Coveys, San Antonio 2004
George and Doris Day, Honolulu 2002
Fort Worth is a great place to hold a reunion and many activities have been made available for your enjoyment. Activities include tours of the Stockyards National Historic District, a Lockheed Martin Tour (F-35) with limited reservations, the Fort Worth Museum, the new FAC Museum and also the highly rated Fort Worth Alliance Air Show. The Alliance Air Show includes the F-22, U.S. Army Golden Knights and the Navy Blue Angels. Golf is also available for those that like to hit the little white ball. Importantly, the committee has worked hard to provide transportation to meet your needs. A Service of Remembrance is being planned for those we lost. And of course, we’ll have lots of time for fellowship and flying tales at dinners, the banquet and the hooch. Time is also available for Squadron/Call Sign get togethers. Get your reservations in as soon as possible. They need them by September 27. So register now and prepare for fellowship with our FAC brothers, family and friends.
Elections will also be held at our General Membership Meeting. If you’d like to serve, please let me or Bob Green, VP, know of your desires. We’d like to have a slate ready to go before arriving at the meeting. However, nominations will be accepted from the floor. So if you’re thinking about serving, please let us know as soon as possible. I truly appreciate all those that have served and continue to serve on the BOD and on committees. It’s the lifeblood of the organization. As you know, our reunion for 2012 is in Tucson, Arizona. Pratt Ashworth is our reunion chairman and he is well along in planning. We’d like to have a nomination for the 2014 reunion to ensure we are well ahead of the power curve. If you have ideas for the 2014 reunion, let us know. We’ll discuss this at the Membership meeting.
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