JOHN GLENN TO BE RECOGNIZED AT 2014 ANNUAL AWARDS


Dumfries, Va. (December 22, 2013) – The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation today announced that Senator John Glenn will be presented the Lieutenant General John A. Lejeune Recognition for Exemplary Leadership. This honor recognizes “demonstrated leadership in ones chosen profession, appointed or elected position that is clearly exemplary and worthy of emulation. The recipient must epitomize the core values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment; and practice the leadership traits and principles ascribed to by the United States Marine Corps.” The Foundation also announced that the artistic team of Arts in the Armed Forces, founded by actor and Marine Corps veteran Adam Driver and his wife Joanne Tucker, will serve as guest judges for the Sergeant William Genaust Award for best documentary short subject. The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation is still accepting nominations in more than a dozen categories in journalism, writing, video production, drama, combat art and historical preservation. The deadline for nominations is January 8, 2014.

John Glenn is a highly decorated Marine with a storied career in public service. The bombing of Pearl Harbor inspired Glenn to join the military. He was commissioned into the Marine Corps in 1943 and flew combat missions in the Pacific Theater during World War II and the Korean War. Following the wars, Glenn was selected as one of the nation’s first astronauts and, in 1962, became the first American to orbit Earth. Senator Glenn was elected to represent Ohio in the U.S. Senate in 1974, serving as senator for more than 20 years. In 1998, Senator Glenn returned to space as a member of the Space Shuttle Discovery crew, earning him the record of oldest human to travel into space.

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Crisis Management: How an Ounce of Prevention Can Save You a Ton Of Regret

Last week, just in time for Halloween SDI’s Vice President Tom Davis gave Missouri crisis experts the road map to developing a crisis management plan to weather the scariest of zombie apocalypses (or other potential problems).

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Susan Catches Up With American Ireland Fund Pals

Last night Susan caught up with some American Ireland Fund pals & the great Paul McGinley who is seen in the picture imparting some of his golf wisdom. “It’s all about focus and the moment.”

 

 

 

 

 

Young Local Flutist Has Summer to Remember

American Airlines Flies Young Artist to Switzerland for Masterclass, Sir James Galway Festival

Washington, D.C. (August 22, 2013) – Called a “rising star” by world renown flutist Sir James Galway, local Fairfax Station flutist Emma Resmini has just returned from a summer to remember. Emma may only be 13 years old, but she has already reached significant milestones as a musician.

For the second consecutive year, she was selected to participate in the Sir James Galway Masterclass and to perform in the Sir James Galway Festival, held in Weggis, Switzerland annually. Only 30 flutists are selected to study and play with Sir James each year.

Emma first played the flute when she was only 3 years old. She quickly progressed through simple flute instruction and grew into a master flutist. At age 7, Emma began studying under Alice Kogan Weinreb of the National Symphony Orchestra. As a 6th grader, admitted by special exception, Emma became the youngest participant ever in the National Symphony Youth Fellowship. She has since become a frequent performer on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. Emma has soloed with the National Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

With the support of American Airlines and local business owners Susan Davis and Jim May, Emma was able to study for 10 days with acclaimed flutists Sir James and Lady Jeanne Galway and Lorna McGhee.

“American Airlines was delighted to support Emma, an extremely talented young woman,” said Will Ris, senior vice president, American Airlines.

Emma is scheduled to perform with the Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra in January 2014 in Laredo, Texas, and to participate in the Rock Creek Chamber Music Series in Washington, D.C. Emma is the daughter of Marilyn and Ronald Resmini.

Providing a Vital Voice for Women

Susan Davis and Alyse Nelson of Vital Voices

Susan Davis and Alyse Nelson of Vital Voices

This article has been re-posted from LEADERS Magazine

An Interview with Susan Ann Davis, Chair of the Board, and Alyse Nelson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Vital Voices

Editors’ Note

As its Chairman, Susan Davis has grown Susan Davis International into a global public affairs and strategic communications powerhouse. She was the first International President of the International Women’s Forum, now representing 5,000 women leaders; President of the National Assoc­iation
of Women Business Owners in Washington, D.C.;and named by the U.S. government as National Women in Business Advocate of the Year. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, she received the Distinguished Alumni Award and was honored by the Knights Templar with their highest award as a global humanitarian. She shares the Asian Women of Influence Global Empowerment Award with Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi and Prince Charles.

A Co-Founder of Vital Voices, Alyse Nelson has worked for the organization for 15 years, serving as Vice President and Senior Director of Programs before assuming her current role as President and CEO in 2009. Previously, she served as Deputy Director of the Vital Voices Global Democracy Initiative at the U.S. Department of State. From July 1996 to July 2000, Nelson worked with the President’s Interagency Council on Women at the White House and U.S. Department of State. Nelson is the author of the best-selling book, Vital Voices: The Power of Women Leading Change Around the World. She completed her graduate degree work at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. In 2006, she was honored by her alma mater, Emerson College, with the distinguished speaker award.

Organization Brief
Vital Voices Global Partnership (www.vitalvoices.org) is the preeminent nongovernmental organization that identifies, trains, and empowers emerging women leaders and social entrepreneurs around the globe, enabling them to create a better world for us all. Their international staff and team of over 1,000 partners, pro bono experts, and leaders – including senior government, corporate, and NGO executives – have trained and mentored more than 14,000 emerging women leaders from over 144 countries in Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East since 1997. These women have returned home to train and mentor more than 500,000 additional women and girls in their communities.

What was the initial mission behind creating the organization?
Davis: It was an effort to provide a convening platform for women as Mrs. Clinton and Secretary Albright were traveling the world. The paradigm shift evolved as data began to emerge from multinational bodies and as the World Bank declared that investing in women is smart economics. Women reinvest 90 percent of their income providing food, housing, health care, education, and jobs for themselves, their families, and their communities. The global economic crisis brought about even greater understanding. In almost every country, women are more than half of the population and the competitiveness of countries and corporations is directly linked to educating and employing women. Our mission is to identify and invest in women who have the potential for being great leaders in their villages, their cities or their countries.

How does the Vital Voices model work?
Nelson: We go into countries to find the leaders who have a bold vision for change – women who are emerging talents in economic development and building and growing businesses, and those trying to affect policy and create more transparent government or who are human rights leaders.

We invest in them so they can take their vision for change to their countries to scale. We sometimes give grants, but often, it’s about investing in their human and social capital, providing training so they can grow that business; it’s connecting them to a network of their peers; and it’s connecting them to mentors who can guide them. We leverage our regional networks of women in business – currently in 19 countries in three regions, Middle East and North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean – to provide our membership of more than 10,000 with the connections and training they need to enhance their impact.

We also provide greater credibility for the women we work with through media engagement, connecting them with top leaders, and honoring them through Vital Voices or partner organizations.

This is far more sustainable than our going into a country and trying to create and sustain the change ourselves.

Is it challenging to find those leaders?
Davis: The greater challenge is to find the resources for support because the number of emerging women leaders is growing in every country, as is our network. We initially learned of women through the U.S. embassies and multinational bodies. Now we also learn of them through the 14,000 emerging women leaders we have invested in and who have gone on to train and invest in over a half million others in their countries and beyond.

“Over the next 25 years, nothing will do more to build a more peaceful, more prosperous, and more sustainable world than the empowerment of women and girls. As an innovative and collaborative leader, Vital Voices is making a profound and lasting difference for the better.”

-Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company

Are you surprised by the success of the program?
Davis: The women we work with have re-envisioned their immediate world and beyond. It’s not our success so much as theirs – we are only the catalyst.

Are you satisified with the support you have garnered?
Nelson: Over the past five to seven years, we have seen corporations come into this space, looking to align their philanthropic interests with their business bottom-line interests, and understanding that women are an opportunity for long-term investment.

Corporations are coming to the table with great resources, insight, and strategy. They have been partners in developing initiatives.

When companies like Walmart, Bank of America, and Coca-Cola are choosing to make targeted investments in advancing women, we see a shift in perception and culture. A few years ago, Walmart decided to double the number of women-owned businesses that they would buy from as part of their global supply chain. This sends a message to governments and other companies that are part of that supply chain that they have to pay attention to this critical economic and leadership force.•

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Resido Medical Wins Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit Business Plan Competition Grand Prize

Hundreds of Angel Investors, Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists, Leaders Gathered to Focus on Growing Baby Boomer Industry

(Photo by Vic Valbuena Bareng)

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (June 28, 2013) – Resido Medical was the grand prize winner of the Business Plan Competition Wednesday at the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit, held at Santa Clara University. Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellow and Resido Medical Co-Founder Kate Rosenbluth accepted the $10,000 for the budding research & design company. In its 10th year, the Summit brings together entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to share information about serving or investing in companies catering to consumers age 50 and older.

“We are thrilled to receive this award and be named the winner of the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit Business Plan Competition. It will support our clinical study and device development, bringing Resido Medical one step closer to halting the uncontrollable shaking that turns a simple task like drinking a glass of water into a daunting challenge for millions of Americans,” said Kate Rosenbluth, co-founder, Resido Medical. “The Summit has been an eye-opening welcome into the passionate community of participants dedicated to making aging a positive experience. It has been both humbling and inspiring to receive such enthusiastic support for our technology.”

More than 10 million Americans are affected by Essential Tremor, the most common movement disorder, which can inhibit independent living as patients lose the ability to perform daily tasks such as writing a check, buttoning a shirt, cooking, and eating. Current treatment options including minimally effective drugs, often carrying heavy side effects, or highly invasive brain surgery have been deemed inadequate. Resido Medical has developed a novel therapy – a medical device – to help eliminate tremor. The device is currently in clinical trials at Stanford University to treat mild, moderate, and severe tremor.

“Every dissonance of aging is a market opportunity. With 77 million Boomers and the birth of our longevity economy, entrepreneurs are developing innovative solutions for the market. Resido Medical is solving a real need that will impact the lives of millions of people with tremor,” said Mary Furlong, the Summit’s producer. “All of this year’s Business Plan Competition finalists were extremely strong, and we’re hoping through relationships sparked at the Summit, more projects and innovations will be funded.”

The four other finalists included ChemoPatch, OpenPlacement, Pristine Solutions, and QMedic. The competition was moderated by Jeff Maltz, CEO and founder of SilverRide and judges included: Jody Holtzman, senior vice president, thought leadership, AARP; Tom Rodgers, managing director of strategic investments, Cambia Health; Jeff Shoemate, vice president, innovative and business development, UnitedHealthcare; Gavin Teo, investment professional, Comcast Ventures; and Steve Wittman, director of strategic venture, Linkage.

The Summit went global for the first time, with a panel moderated by Co-Producer Susan Ann Davis, chairman of Susan Davis International. “Global Investing Perspectives” featured entrepreneurs and investors from Ireland, India, and Brazil: Andrew Macfarlane, Arvind Thiagarajan, and Harald Batista respectively. The panelists  encouraged greater collaboration among companies around the world involved in healthy aging and aging in place industries.

The annual Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit & Business Plan Competition is a venue for entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to share information about serving or investing in companies catering to consumers age 50 and older. The event is produced by Mary Furlong & Associates, the nation’s premiere strategic consulting firm for businesses targeting the boomer and senior marketplace and co-produced by Susan Ann Davis, CEO and chairman of Susan Davis International, a full service public relations agency headquartered in Washington, D.C. Leading venture capitalists and angel investors discuss the strategy behind their investments in this market, company executives highlight successful business models and new ideas, and analysts explain how they segment the market and evaluate business opportunities. A recap of Summit activities will be available on www.maryfurlong.com by July 15.

Sponsors of the 2013 Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit & Business Plan Competition include AARP, Beckon, Cadence Biomedical, Caring.com, First Republic Bank, GreatCall, Home Instead, iMediaSalesTeam, InnovateLTC, Legacy, Link-age, Living Plug, Lotsa Helping Hands, Morrison & Foerster, Move, Inc., News USA,  Pet Plan, Posit Science, Prialto, Santa Clara University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Shaklee Corporation, SilverRide, SmartMonitor, Southwest Airlines, Starkey, and UnitedHealthcare.

Media Note: Photo to accompany this news item. To coordinate interviews with this year’s Business Plan winner, Resido Medical, the four additional finalists, or Summit Producers Mary Furlong or Susan Ann Davis, please contact Sara Neumann at sneumann@susandavis.com or (202) 414-0788.

About Mary Furlong & Associates
Mary Furlong & Associates is the nation’s foremost consultancy to organizations seeking to capitalize on new business and investment opportunities in the boomer market. The company provides business development, financing strategy and integrated marketing solutions to entrepreneurs, corporations and non-profit organizations serving the 50+ market.  Dr. Furlong has raised over $130 million in venture financing and corporate sponsorships aimed at the 50+ market.  She is the Dean’s Executive Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and founder of SeniorNet (1986), Third Age Media (1996), and Mary Furlong and Associates (2002). For more information, visit www.maryfurlong.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Celebration of President John F. Kennedy’s Irish Connections

Susan Davis

Two proud Irish Americans, Susan Davis and SDI Intern, Cassady Burns, at the ceremony site

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s visit to Ireland in June 1963, SDI supported the Irish Embassy by conducting media outreach for a special ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on June 18.  The ceremony saw a flame lit from the Eternal Flame at the late President’s grave and then transported to a new quayside memorial in New Ross in Co. Wexford, Ireland, from where the Kennedy family’s Irish ancestors departed for America in 1848.

Irish Government Minister of State Paul Kehoe T.D. together with local public representatives from Wexford travelled from Ireland for the ceremony, which included colour parties from the U.S. Armed Services and Irish Defence Forces.

Representatives of the Kennedy family, the Special Olympics, and United States Peace Corps were in attendance. The Star Spangled Banner was performed by tenor Anthony Kearns and Ireland’s national anthem Amhrán na bhFiann was performed by tenor Michael Londra.

After Tuesday’s ceremony, the flame from President Kennedy’s grave was transferred to specially-commissioned ‘Kennedy Lamps’ for the journey to New Ross, Co. Wexford where  a new ‘Emigrant Flame’ memorial was dedicated on Saturday, June 22 in the presence of Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, Ms. Caroline Kennedy, and Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith. Additional details about this and other celebrations of President Kennedy’s 1963 visit to Ireland are available at www.jfk50ireland.com.

Next week’s events in Ireland also take place as part of The Gathering 2013, a year-long programme of festivals, events and gatherings being organised by local people in every part of the country. More details are available at www.thegatheringireland.com.

Members of Arlington National Cemetery’s prestigious Old Guard stand at attention by President Kennedy’s flame

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Eamon Hore, Wexford County Council and Paul Kehoe, Irish Government Minister of State hold the lantern carrying President Kennedy’s flame

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

American and Irish Defense Forces prepare to participate in Kennedy Flame ceremony

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kennedy Torch passed between representatives of Special Olympics and Peace Corps

Finalists Announced for Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit Business Competition

Silicon Valley Boomer Venture SummitFive Organizations to Compete June 26 for $10,000 Prize

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (June 21, 2013) – Organizers of the 10th annual Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit today announced five finalists for the prestigious Boomer Business Plan Competition. A call for entries was issued earlier this year and many high quality business plans were received. The 2013 finalists for the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit Business Competition are:

ChemoPatch
Engineering an innovative, easy-to-use patch platform that provides automated drug delivery at a low cost for cancer chemotherapy.

OpenPlacement
OpenPlacement brings visibility to care transition, offering tools and real-time vacancy information to match patients, family members, and care professionals with appropriate care providers.

Pristine Solutions
Pristine is building a platform that conveys product integrity and redefines product discovery for major wineries by producing bottle specific smart tags that detect exposure to damaging temperatures and counterfeiting. The tags also empower winemakers to distinguish their wine from competing brands by enabling them to engage with consumers on their smartphones at the point of purchase, leading to significant revenue growth.

QMedic
QMedic’s smart medical alert device passively monitors physical activity, sleep, and falls 24 hours/day. By sending timely alerts to remote caregivers, QMedic enables users to proactively manage loved one’s safety and wellness in the home.

Resido Medical
Millions of Medicare patients with Essential Tremor suffer from uncontrollable shaking and struggle with daily tasks from drinking a glass of water to writing a check. Resido Medical has developed a novel therapy to reduce tremors without the high side effects of ineffective drugs or the risks of invasive awake brain surgery.

The 2013 Boomer Business Plan Competition seeks to generate the best ideas about the boomer, senior and caregiver marketplace. The competition taps into the business expertise and creativity of entrepreneurs around the globe. The five finalists will present their boomer business plans to a panel of judges comprised of leaders in the field of aging and venture capital communities.

“Since its start in 2004, the business plan competition has fostered a cutting edge community to explore, share, and design products and services that will dominate the boomer market in years to come,” said Mary Furlong, the Summit’s producer. “It’s wonderful that as always, past Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit competitors and winners will donate the prize money to seed the next big idea.”

This year’s competition will be moderated by Jeff Maltz, CEO and founder of SilverRide. Judges include: Somesh Dash, principal, Institutional Venture Partners; Laura Deming, VC, Longevity Fund; Jody Holtzman, senior vice president, thought leadership, AARP; Tom Rodgers, managing director of strategic investments, Cambia Health; Jeff Shoemate, vice president, innovative and business development, UnitedHealthcare; Gavin Teo, investment professional, Comcast Ventures; and Steve Wittman, director of strategic venture, Linkage.

To register for the 2013 Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit and the boot camps please visit http://www.svboomerventure.com.

The annual Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit & Business Plan Competition is a venue for entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to share information about serving or investing in companies catering to consumers age 50 and older. The event is produced by Mary Furlong & Associates, the nation’s premiere strategic consulting firm for businesses targeting the boomer and senior marketplace, and co-produced by Susan Ann Davis, CEO and chairman of Susan Davis International, a full service public relations agency headquartered in Washington, D.C. Leading venture capitalists and angel investors will discuss the strategy behind their investments in this market, company executives will highlight successful business models and new ideas, and analysts will explain how they segment the market and evaluate business opportunities.

Sponsors of the 2013 Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit & Business Plan Competition include AARP, Beckon, Cadence Biomedical, Caring.com, First Republic Bank, GreatCall, Home Instead, iMediaSalesTeam, InnovateLTC, Legacy, Link-age, Living Plug, Lotsa Helping Hands, Morrison & Foerster, Move, Inc., News USA, Pet Plan, Posit Science, Prialto, Santa Clara University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Shaklee Corporation, SilverRide, SmartMonitor, Southwest Airlines, Starkey, and UnitedHealthcare.

Media Note: To coordinate interviews with this year’s Business Plan finalists, or Summit Producers Mary Furlong or Susan Ann Davis, please contact Sara Neumann at sneumann@susandavis.com or (202) 414-0788. In addition, a full agenda of this year’s summit can be found by visiting www.svboomerventure.com. A select number of media passes are available. Reporters or outlets interested in covering the Summit must express intent to cover by Monday, June 24.

About Mary Furlong & Associates
Mary Furlong & Associates is the nation’s foremost consultancy to organizations seeking to capitalize on new business and investment opportunities in the boomer market. The company provides business development, financing strategy and integrated marketing solutions to entrepreneurs, corporations and non-profit organizations serving the 50+ market. Dr. Furlong has raised over $130 million in venture financing and corporate sponsorships aimed at the 50+ market. She is the Dean’s Executive Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and founder of SeniorNet (1986), Third Age Media (1996), and Mary Furlong and Associates (2002). For more information, visit www.maryfurlong.com.

Gen. George Casey and Actor Joe Mantegna Advocate for National Museum of the United States Army

This post has been republished from the San Antonio Express-News

By: General George W. Casey and Joe Mantegna

Maj. Gen. A.E. Burnside sits between two staff members

Maj. Gen. A.E. Burnside sits between two staff members near Richmond, Va., in this Civil War photo by Alexander Gardner. Photo: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Universal Images Group / Getty Images

One hundred fifty years ago, a photographer from Washington, D.C. named Alexander Gardner traveled to the small town of Gettysburg, Pa. to photograph the aftermath of one of the bloodiest clashes in our nation’s history, the Battle of Gettysburg. It was some of the first war-time photography ever produced and it shocked the nation. Nearly every American had a connection to the war, yet it seemed the intensity of the Army’s sacrifice was all but lost on the nation until Gardner brought home those images of war.

On June 14, the U.S. Army celebrates its 238th Birthday. Our nation today does not suffer a shortage of images and videos of our Soldiers, but we have never been more distant from the realities of their service. Less than one percent of the country serves in the armed forces. Americans with immediate family members serving in uniform are fewer and fewer. We owe it to our Soldiers, ourselves, and to future generations to educate our citizenry about the profound sacrifices and extraordinary contributions of the U.S. Army in a way that is lasting and absolute.

A campaign is underway to construct the National Museum of the United States Army, the nation’s only museum to tell the complete history of the American Soldier from 1775. A true reflection of the Army itself, the National Army Museum will be a world class, state-of-the-art facility, interactive and highly engaging.

Visitors will experience the Army’s enduring fight to win and protect our nation’s freedom from the first shots of the Revolutionary War through today’s Global War on Terrorism. The Army and Society gallery will record the interaction between the country’s Army and its citizens, including the Army’s humanitarian efforts, the ever increasing diversity of the force, and the efforts of the American people to support their Soldiers.

National Museum of the U.S. ArmyYoung visitors will immerse themselves in interactive programs that explore how the Army has advanced the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and geography. The National Army Museum will be both a demonstration of our nation’s appreciation of its Army and a treasured educational institution.

The Army is America’s oldest and largest military service. Thirty million men and women have worn the Army uniform over 14 generations. When first established, the Army was little more than an assemblage of shopkeepers, farmers, bankers, ship builders and other colonists, of every walk of life. Yet they found the incredible courage and ceaseless spirit to rise and defeat a global power to secure our independence.

Future Army generations have sustained that independence through continued sacrifice. When our nation was still young, American Soldiers protected our citizens from renewed attacks from Europe. In the mid-19th century, they endured enormous hardships during the difficult years of America’s Civil War. The Army of our parents and grandparents denied violent regimes their ruthless quests for control of the world. Today, our Soldiers operate in complicated and uncertain battlefields, carrying out the longest conflict in our nation’s history as both courageous warriors and skilled diplomats.

Nearly two and half centuries of Army treasures have been collected and stored away, unseen by the public. Just as Americans of the Civil War era were changed by Gardner’s photos, our generation too will be in awe when we experience the totality of the Army’s history. We encourage all Americans to commemorate the Army’s Birthday by finding a way to get involved in supporting the National Army Museum. This honor for our Soldiers, and this investment in our own education, is long overdue.

General George W. Casey, Jr., U.S. Army (Ret.), served as the 36th Army Chief of Staff. He is a member of The Army Historical Foundation’s Board of Directors.

Joe Mantegna stars in Criminal Minds on CBS and has co-hosted the National Memorial Day Concert since 2002. He serves as the National Spokesperson for the Campaign to build the National Museum of the United States Army. To learn more, visit www.ArmyHistory.org.

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