Long time Los Alamos Chapter companion, LTC Norm Wilson, and wife Jean receives well deserved Gold Patrick Henry Award from MOWW CINC Dave Gibson 0n 15 May.
The Military Order of the World Wars is a 501(c)(19) non-profit Veterans Service Organization (VSO) organization, chartered by an act of Congress and recognized by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), which holds that it is “nobler to serve than to be served.” The Order was established in 1919 to promote the welfare of our Nation. Because it is not a self-seeking organization, the Order is widely respected and listened to, throughout all branches of the Government and across the Country.
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