AUSA Activity Update

 

     We just finished our tour of Beale AFB on the 13th of May.  LTC Steve Ansel took the lead on this excursion and all who attended agreed that it was a great activity.  We visited the MWD compound (Military Working Dogs), and for me, came away with a whole new respect for the Air Force.  We also talked with some of the U-2 pilots before receiving a briefing on their activities.  We got up close and personal with their $250,000.00 flight suits, that’s a lot of BDUs.

     Our next activity occurs 20-21 July.  Those of us that enjoy the activities in Reno, will be dining and playing in Reno, 20 July.  We then we will be transporting to the Sierra Army Depot for a tour of the facility, 21 July.  We took a similar tour in 2015, and found it so impressive we’re doing it again.  If you are like me, you’ve passed this area by dozens of times, without giving it a thought.  After taking this tour, you’ll be AMAZED at the mission this secluded, quiet post fulfills.

     We are extending an invitation to the members of the Westmoreland Chapter, or for any AUSA member that has a desire to join us in this adventure.  I would like to submit a roster to the Sierra Army Depot, 15 June 2016.  If you are interested, please send me an email, and I’ll put you on the list.

     20 July for dinner and play, 21 July touring the Depot.

 

 

Phil Barletto

MAJ, IN, USA (Retired)

Sergeant Major Jon R. Cavaiani Chapter

Association United States Army  

 

Phil Barletto

pbarletto48@gmail.com    

 

 Annual Golf Fundraiser 11 October 2016 (link)

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