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Acitivities and Events

Acitivities and Events

Post here for activities or events.  Pass information along to others and bring someone who hasn’t been attending.  Look forward to seeing each of you at one or more of these events.

8 DEC 2018

8 DEC 2018

From an email sent 1 DEC by Ted “Tex” Curtis in the CCA Since my last email update that had questions concerning the proper protocol on the submission of Reavis’s award nomination I have spoken several times to personnel in the office of The Secretary of the Army and influential personnel in US Army Human Recourses  Command. Both of those offices were very willing to be of assistance and I have no reason to believe that I did not receive…

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26 NOV 2018

26 NOV 2018

 The following from an email sent  on 26 NOV by Ted Curtis in the CCA.  Recently I have discovered something in front of my face this whole time………..that no one from HHQ, no one from any army review board, no one in the chain-of-command contacted any eyewitness to the mission that killed Cpt Nelson, nor were any unit member on that mission ever contacted.The primary eyewitness’s, Ogrady, McChesney, Counts were never questioned, or asked to verify, or give any account of…

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10 January 2019

10 January 2019

From: Ted Curtis Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 8:22 PM To: buck shuler; James Taylor; James L. Butterfield; JIM SMITH Subject: Nelson Update on Nelson: I thought I might be finished with sworn testimony but not so. I had been in contact with a member of Nelson’s unit for a year but it was small talk and I thought he was an unimportant player in the action of 5 June. Not so. This man is a retired Sgt Major (that’s…

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15 January 2019

15 January 2019

From: Ted Curtis To: buck shuler, James Taylor ,James L. Butterfield, JIM SMITH, Debbie McKnight, Tripp Nelson, May Jones, George Ogrady, Dick Duerr Jan 15 at 1:40 PM While we await the re-opening of the National Archives and the resumption of Dr Arnold’s research work (once again funded by the Class of 1959), I have managed to accumulate more important information and/or leads to be followed up on. As I relayed earlier, Sgt major Mike Schrumpf has written a recount…

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24 February 2019

24 February 2019

Ted, Thanks for the email chain regarding Colonel Campbell’s comments.  From my experience helping veterans, I would think it would be impossible to be in Vietnam for any time at all without seeing a great deal of heroics.  From such callousness toward a fallen hero he expresses here, one would think that Col. Campbell could have gone on to have quite a career for himself with the VA. We did come across some more crash reports for 1966 in 1st…

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