Officers Heritage Foundation
Preserving Army Warrant Officer
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VCSA TO HOST 95TH BIRTDAY OF THE WARRANT OFFICER CAKE CUTTING
General John F. Campbell, U. S. Army Vice Chief of Staff, will host
a cake cutting ceremony, commemorating the 95th Warrant Officer
Birthday on 9 July 2013, at 1400 hours in the Pentagon Auditorium.
The auditorium is located in the basement of the Pentagon via
ARTICLE PUBLISHED - PAVER BRICKS ORDERED
The April USAWOA NEWSLINER contains an
article entitled Warrant Officers Heritage Foundation -
Who are we? What are we doing? What we have done!
Since that article was prepared, the
Foundation Board of Directors has approved the purchase of four
engraved granite paver bricks. One each will recognize the three
Warrant Officer Medal of Honor recipients, and one will recognize
the only Warrant Officer Astronaut. These 4” x 8” granite bricks
will be installed on the Path of Remembrance bordering the walkway
to the main entrance of the National Museum of the U.S. Army. (see
GEN DOUGLAS MACARTHUR LEADERSHIP awards announced
Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award Winners for calendar year 2012
have been announced. Among the 28 Company Grade Officer
Winners were three Warrant Officers. They were: Active Army
Catgegory - CW2 Jason W. Myers, U. S. Army Special Operations
Command, Army National Guard - CW2 James. A. Swift, Oregon Army
National Guard, and Army Reserve - CW2 Leslie C. Westbrook.
Award activities, an Award Ceremony and of associatied events will
take place in Washington, DCon May 29 and 30, 2013.
Congratulations to these fine officers for a job well done.
Brian Trotman of the Sign Shop of
Woodbridge, Va., and Dick Couture, Deputy Executive Director of the
Army Historical Foundation, erect a sign indicating the site of the
new National Museum of the United States Army on Fairfax County
Parkway about a quarter mile south of the J. J. Kingman gate to Fort
Belvoir on Aug. 31, 2012. The ground breaking for the $200 million
museum is scheduled for Spring 2013.
(Courtesy Belvoir Eagle 09/27/2012, Page
(Photo by Marcus J. Wilson Sr.)
The Warrant Officers Heritage Foundation needs your support if we
are to have sufficient funds to design and construct a 100th Warrant
Officer Birthday Historical Exhibit hopefully for display in the
National Museum in 2018. Please consider making a
donation today. See the
Donor Honor Roll for a listing for
those who have donated to date.
National Museum of the U. S. Army VETERANS' HALL
The March 2012 edition of the Army Historical
Foundation CALL TO DUTY newsletter announced the National Museum of
the U. S. Army VETERANS' HALL SPONSORSHIP and asks veterans' groups
to "Follow the lead.." Of the six groups already
demonstrating "Support in action!" The Warrant Officers
Heritage Foundation and the U. S. Army Warrant Officers Association
are SILVER STAR Members having issued a joint grant in the sum of
$5,000 on November 3, 2009 -
Corporate Principal Office
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Officers Heritage Foundation
c/o Bay Life
Maddox, Blvd, P.O. Box 438
Island, VA 23336-0438
Warrant Officers Heritage
c/o US Army Warrant
462 Herndon Pkwy,
Herndon, Virginia 20170-5235
Phone 757-999-2022, Email
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Support the Warrant Officers
the Warrant Officers Heritage Foundation efforts to construct a
Exhibit commemorating the 100th Birthday of the establishment of Army
Officer Corps on July 9, 1918
in the Army Mine Planter Service of the Coast Artillery.
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via the secure Interactive Portal.
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A financial statement is available upon written request to the
Virginia Office of Consumer Affairs, PO Box 1163, Richmond, VA 23218
See also "10 Tips for Deducting Charitable Contributions."