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AARP Salutes Veterans

Thanks AARP for your continued support concerning issues focused on the vast growing population of those men and women who have served! The panel discussion today was awesome. It provided your audience a view, as told by the panelists, their perspectives on life in the military from segregation to the modern era (mid-2000's). I served on active duty in the Air Force from post Vietnam (All volunteer force) through the first Gulf War time period (1976-1991). 

 

Oscar W. Mardis, Commander

GEN Melvin J. Maas Memorial Chapter 17

Disabled American Veterans

Camp Springs, Maryland

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Thank you for your service @owmardis 🙂

 


@owmardis wrote:

Thanks AARP for your continued support concerning issues focused on the vast growing population of those men and women who have served! The panel discussion today was awesome. It provided your audience a view, as told by the panelists, their perspectives on life in the military from segregation to the modern era (mid-2000's). I served on active duty in the Air Force from post Vietnam (All volunteer force) through the first Gulf War time period (1976-1991). 

 

Oscar W. Mardis, Commander

GEN Melvin J. Maas Memorial Chapter 17

Disabled American Veterans

Camp Springs, Maryland


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