New Chapter Members — Welcome Aboard !

CPT Harold Lorenz, Jr., USA (Ret)
Spouse:  Joan
Goffstown, NH
MAJ Paul Manseau, USAF
Twin Mountain, NH
LTC William Bush, USA (Ret)
Nashua, NH
Mrs. Norma Coker, USA
Merrimack, NH 
COL Norman Phillips, USAF (Ret)
Spouse:  Mary
Exeter, NH
COL James Voss, USA (Ret)
Spouse:  Diane
Kingston, NH

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interested in vocational or technical subjects, one year of college credits and 6 years experience is required.

Military eligibility takes a variety of forms. An overview of eligibility has people falling into one of the following categories: any retired personnel, regardless of when they retired, active duty or Guard/Reservist within one year of retirement; active duty with 6 or more years and willing to join a Guard/Reserve unit for three years; active duty or Guard/Reserves who, after 2 January 2002 are separated or retired for disability reasons. Drilling Guard/Reservists with 10 or more years service who are willing to commit to a three years with a drilling reserve. Individuals involuntarily discharged from active duty between October 1, 1990 and September 30, 1999 due to a Reduction in Force (RIF). To learn of all the requirements, service members need to contact TTT personnel for complete information.

For additional information, contact the Northern New England Troops-To-Teachers. LTC (Ret) Ken McCann is the Coordinator of this program and can be reached by calling 1-TTT-MENHVT (888-463-6488) or at kenneth.mccann@maine.edu.





Veterans History

The Manchester VAMC, Voluntary Service office is compiling a list of war veterans who would like to share their war memories for the Veterans History Project.  The Veterans History Project is being organized through the Library of Congress, American Folklife Center and is working with VA Voluntary Service personnel and organizations to become official partners in this important effort. The Library of Congress will create a comprehensive, searchable catalog of all materials collected as part of this project so that researchers and the public know how to access them.  The focus of the project is on audio and video recording.  They would also like letters, diaries, and photographs that tell the veteran or citizen’s story.  The Library has also expressed a need for maps, home movies, drawings, and other documents.

They plan on using the information to expand their WEBSITE at www.loc.gov/folklife/vets.  If you would like to volunteer to participate in this project, contact the Voluntary Service office at 603-624-4366 ext 6419.


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