Orpheum Theater – Premier of the documentary “Lest They Be Forgotten – Vietnam”
We were asked to display troops and equipment at the premier of the documentary “Lest They Be Forgotten –
Vietnam”. We arrived and quickly filled the lobby with gear of every description.
We were able to meet with a lot of vets and were well received by all the movie guest.
L-R John Bierens, Gary McBeath, Jay
Schlereth, David Brubaker, Bob Wilson, not in photo Brad Wise
Just some of the weapons we displayed
Uniforms by John Bierens and equipment by Jay Schlereth
We included in our display a small munitions dump
Equipment on this table provided by David Brubaker
U.S. Navy equipment, commo gear and all the other neat goodies from the Brad Wise collection
Brad Wise found a fellow Navy man to visit with.
4 responses to “Veteran’s Day Mission”
Will the Unit be able 2 attend the “Apple Days” Multi- Period Living History on Fort Riley, Artillery Parade Field, on Sept. 19th 2009??? If so and interested please contact Bill McKale @ the Ft. Riley Cavalry Museum 4 more info. Or Myself Tory “Critter” Clemons @ (785)630-2104 Clay Center, Ks.
I am afraid not this year. We are down several members and have schedule conflicts with some of the remainind group.
Yea I can understand. Sorry 2 hear that. When will the next Kansas Nam event be held??
Nothing in the works at the moment. We have a few parades on the horizon. Other than that we are working on building our gun truck.