Coming to the Livingston County Airport – July 11th – July 14th
Freedom is Never Free Traveling Memorials
⇒ Korean Traveling Memorial
⇒Michigan Vietnam Traveling Wall
⇒Eyes of Freedom – 3/25 Lima Company (Iraq)
⇒Master Modeler Display Traveling Museum
Presented by: Connect Five Veterans Foundation
Hosted by: Disabled American Veterans Chapter 125
Disabled Auxiliary Unit 125
Wall of Stars, Atlantic & Pacific Pavilions, 56 Pillars standing with oak and wheat wreaths.
Nineteen soldiers of the “Forgotten War” walking through a Korean rice paddy.
Honoring 2,665 Michigan soldiers who died while serving in the Vietnam War.
EYES OF FREEDOM
3/25 LIMA COMPANY
Life-size mural paintings of the 23-fallen Lima Company (Iraq War)
Opens at the Livingston County Spencer J Hardy Airport on July 11th at 8:00 am
Closes on July 14th at 3:00 pm
Welcome Newly Elected Officers
Commander: Mark Kovach
Sr. Vice Commander: Tim Lambert
Jr. Vice Commander: David Lindsey
Treasurer: Stephanie Koltys
Adjutant: Wally Koltys
Sergeant-of-Arms: Alan Hatfield
Chaplain: Barbara Brennan
Helping Fullfill the Promise...
The Livingston County Chapter of the Disabled American Veterans is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization whose goal is to continue fulfilling the promise to the men and women who served. We strive to empower Veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We work to accomplish this by ensuring that Veterans and their Families have access to the full range of benefits and resources available to them.