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Do We Have Your Current E-mail Address?
With the Army Knowledge Online move away from local e-mail servers to the new “mail.mil” e-mail, we are experiencing lost e-mail traffic with some of our members. If you have an e-mail address registered with the DUSTOFF Association that is either a “us.army.mil” or “amedd.army.mil” domain – please take time to send us your new “mail.mil” domain
based e-mail address. [Read
James C. Wingate To Be Inducted Into the DUSTOFF Hall of Fame
The DUSTOFF Executive Council is honored to announce the induction of LTC (retired) James C. Wingate into the DUSTOFF Hall of Fame. After successful consideration by the DUSTOFF Executive Council and having more than 2/3rds of the votes cast in the election that ended 31 October 2014, Jim Wingate will be inducted into the DUSTOFF Hall of Fame on 28 March 2015 during the
2015 DUSTOFF Reunion. The induction ceremony will be held at 1430 hours that day at the
Gaylord Opryland Hotel, Nashville, TN in the Governor’s Chambers Rooms D and E. Congratulations Jim and many thanks for your life-long dedication to serving DUSTOFF and our Army.
36th Annual Reunion Registration OPEN!
Registration for the 36th DUSTOFF Reunion is now available in the
Reunion section of this site. You may
register using a credit card with our secure form or print the registration
form and mail it along with a check.
The next DUSTOFF Association Annual Reunion is scheduled for 26-29 Mar 15
in Nashville, TN at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. We are deeply supported by
and embedded with the Army Aviation Association Quad-A Summit. This year’s
reunion immediately precedes this major event.
Your Executive Council has worked hard to prepare this year’s reunion.
They recognize costs are about 25% higher than last year; that’s the
price of admission in larger venues. Quad-A has assisted with their
leverage in terms of helping us get great meeting venues and keeping
costs as low as possible.
We look forward to seeing you all in Nashville!
Aeromedical Evacuation Campaign Plan 2020
Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) is a strategic and complex DoD mission that
provides a pivotal service to the success of every DoD operational endeavor.
At its core, the AE system is comprised of two distinct components:
Intra-Theater AE and Inter-Theater AE. Within this system, the Army remains
the sole DoD component with dedicated aircraft and crews to perform AE. [Read
the whole Plan]
Help Find Lost Association Members
We have an abnormally large number of Association members we can no
longer communicate with. When postcards are sent out, for instance to
announce voting for Hall Of Fame inductees, we've received cards as
"Undeliverable." Please take a moment to scan the
list of lost members and send us contact information if you find your
name or you know the where-abouts of someone on the list. [See
Dedication Of the LTC Cephus Lee Roupe Memorial Bridge
On 19 Sep 14 a State Route 18 bridge over Fish Creek in New
Freeport Township, Greene County in south western Pennsylvania was named
in honor of the late LTC (R) Cephus Lee Roupe, MSC. LTC Roup's career
spanned 36 years of enlisted, warrant, and MSC officer service and he leaves
a legacy of passion and excellence that is the embodiment of our Army
C-7-101 Welcomed Home
Executive Director, Dan Gower, and his wife, Suzie, travelled to Ft.
Campbell, KY to welcome home Eagle DUSTOFF (C/7-101) from their deployment
C/7-101 formation in Eagle DUSTOFF hangar.
Dan with MAJ Huggins and 1SG Scott – command team.
Dan Gower hugs and thanks Molly Huggins for her FRG leadership.
It was a momentous tour with many saved lives and many heroic actions on
the part of these proud DUSTOFF Warriors. Dan and Suzie met with the unit on
27 August, at their hangar to welcome them home, honor two Difference
Makers, and honor the leaders of the Family Readiness Group.
Dan coins CW2 Brewer
Dan coins SGT Joe Campbell
Dan coins SPC Polite
MAJ Pete Huggins and his First Sergeant Randy Scott hosted Dan and Suzie
for dinner that night and it was a reunion of sorts as Randy and Dan were in
four other welcome home ceremonies (an indication of the number of
deployments for 1SG Scott).
Dan, SFC Brandon Coughlin and 1LT Norris – Brandon saved CW2 Jason
Didonato’s life when he was shot in the chest during a medevac in
Iraq. 1LT Norris flew with MAJ (Now LTC) Pat Zenk’s unit as a
Molly Huggins talks about her ladies and the support they provided
to the deployed unit. Members honored were Molly Huggins, Jenna
McClung, Jennifer Alford, Stacey Scott, Charity Godles, and Tawny
Campbell (not all were present)
Suzie Gower presents Proud DUSTOFF Wife Coin to Jennifer Alford.
Following the welcome home, Dan and Suzie spent time catching up with SGT
Joe and Tawny Campbell. Dan flew missions with Joe in Afghanistan while
filming the documentary “When I have your wounded” in 2011 (C/1-214th GSAB).
2015 Reunion Location Set
36th Annual Reunion
next DUSTOFF Association Annual Reunion is scheduled for 26-29 Mar 15 in
Nashville, TN at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. This date span will put our
reunion the weekend prior to the Quad-A Convention. Check the
Reunion page for more information.
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