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Thursday 30 Mar 2017

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Kevin Stone Email / Facebook

Lt. Commander

Ronald Lee Perdue Email / Facebook

2nd Lt. Commander

Andrew Johnson Email / Facebook


Daniel Bolick Email / Facebook

Chief of Staff

Ronnie S Roach Email / Facebook

Aide De Camp

Krystal Stone Email / Facebook

Aide De Camp

Dr. Boyd Cathey Email / Facebook

Communications Officer

Charlie Palmer Email / Facebook


Rev. Herman White Email / Facebook

Color Sergeant

T. Homer Robbins Email / Facebook


Byron Brady Email / Facebook


Bruce Cloninger Email / Blog / Facebook

Heritage Officer

Jake Sullivan Email / Blog / Facebook


Michael C. Hardy Email / Blog / Facebook

Judge Advocate

Sean K. Lloyd Email / Facebook


Frank Powell Email / Facebook

Public Affairs

Douglas Nash Email / Facebook

Education Officer

Hoyle Kip Vinson Email / Facebook


Darwin Roseman Email / Facebook

Sergeant at Arms

Joey Dickerson Email / Facebook


Dr. John Booker Email / Facebook


Greg Parrott Email / Facebook

Past Commander

J. Daniel Bolick Email / Facebook

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Distinguished Camp Award

Congratulations to the Burke County Tigers, Camp 2162, Valdese NC, for winning The 2016  Lt.Col. Tazewell Lee Hargrove Distinguished Camp Award. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.

Best Newsletter Award

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Best Website Award

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