According to the ACA Constitution, the ACA General Membership has elected new members of the BOD to lead the association through the next term of office. We’ve selected a pretty impressive lineup of professional AMMO Chiefs who will steer the ACA in the coming years!
The current ACA BOD wants to congratulate all of those newly elected to the Board of Directors and thanks those incumbents who will continue to serve with you. A big Thank You goes out to all those non-selected volunteers and nominees for their willingness to support the ACA and these elections.
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Just posted the 53rd edition of the Shell & Flame Newsletter. Check it out on the Shell & Flame Page.
Just posted the 52nd edition of the Shell & Flame Newsletter. Check it out on the Shell & Flame Page.
Recently received this and it was suggested we pass on the info for those who might want the ability to see when and where someone you might know is being buried in a Natl Cemetery.
“The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) National Cemetery Administration (NCA) Daily Burial Schedule allows the public to search for the committal service date, time, and cemetery for the scheduled burial of a Veteran, spouse, or other eligible family member.” National Cemetery Administration – Daily Burial Schedule
Ammo Breakfast Clubs
Hill AFB, UT area. POC: Gary Oaks. Meets on the third Saturday of the month at American Legion Post 134, 345 Depot St, Clearfield, UT 84015, starting at 9 a.m.
Nellis AFB, NV area. POC: John Lyons. Facebook groups: AVA BREAKFAST, BASH, & BANQUET WEEKEND Las Vegas, Ammo Veterans Association-Nevada MMS 461-2W0
Langley AFB, VA area. POC: Michael Salinas. Meets the last Saturday of the month at American Legion Post 368, 368 American Legion Dr, Newport News, VA 23608 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Facebook group: ammo breakfast club (langley
Ammo Arizona Chapter. POC: Bret Noe and James Caufield, USAF SMSgt (Ret) Goldsboro, NC Area. POC: Joe Pliler. Meets the second Saturday of the month at Lantern Inn, 2201 Ash Street, Goldsboro, NC 27530 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Facebook group: Goldsboro AMMO Breakfast
The idea of an AMMO Breakfast all started one weekend at one of the Langley AMMO Breakfast. Joe Pliler from Goldsboro had attended this Breakfast and was talking with Jimmy Taylor about how nice it would be to have a Breakfast around home. Jimmy told Joe that he knew a good friend and AMMOTROOP from his time at Myrtle Beach AFB, that lives in Goldsboro. He told Joe to Call John Crocker, he’d be glad to help with getting a Breakfast started. On the way home from Langley, Joe called John and they talked about starting Goldsboro AMMO Breakfast. Joe and John talked for the next couple of weeks planning out logistics and how to get fellow AMMOTROOPS aware of the breakfast. During this time, Jimmy Taylor had put us in contact with Chief David Jamison. We three met at Lantern Inn restaurant, and discussed getting the veteran’s and Active Duty together for fellowship, comradery, sharing experiences and providing assistance for one another when needed. AMMO supporting AMMO!