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5th Annual Golf Tournament
11 April 2014
1030 a.m.
Stryker Golf Course

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  The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation Hosts Fifth Annual Museum Golf Tournament

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Join the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation for the fifth annual Museum Golf Tournament, Friday, April 11, at Stryker Golf Course located on Fort Bragg, NC, highway 87 (Bragg Blvd) accessible to the general public without going through security checkpoints.

The shotgun start, Captain’s Choice format starts at noon with registration beginning at 1030am. The tournament will feature prizes for first and second place, longest drive, closest to the pin and more. A meal will also be provided for golfers after the tournament.

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 Golf Tournament
Fifth Annual Easter Egg Scramble & Breakfast/Pictures with the Bunny
19 April 2014
8:00 am
Airborne & Special Operations Museum Garden

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  The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation, in Partnership with First Citizens Bank, Hosts the Fifth Annual Easter Egg Scramble FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Join the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation, in partnership with First Citizens Bank, for the Fifth annual Easter Egg Scramble, Saturday, April 19. Beginning at 8am the Museum Foundation will host a pancake and sausage breakfast with the Easter Bunny in the Reflection Garden. Space is premium so register for the breakfast early. From 9:30 to 11:45am there will be an Easter Egg Scramble for kids 10 and under. The Easter Egg Scramble has been divided into two scrambles for each of the five age groups. The Scramble is free to all children thanks to First Citizens Bank. Photos with the Easter Bunny, from 9am to noon, cost only $5 and will be available just minutes after they are taken. Call 643-2778 for more information on all Museum Foundation events or to make reservations for the breakfast.
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 Easter Egg Scramble
Airborne & Special Operations Museum
Roll Call

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  Roll Call perpetuates the heritage and values of these soldiers through the use of the latest in computer database and Internet technology. Names and service information of active duty or veteran airborne and special operations soldiers are submitted over the Internet or through the mail and becomes a permanent part of the database maintained by the Airborne & Special Operations Museum. The collection of names and information is accessible and searchable through the Internet or at kiosks located in the museum lobby. Roll Call is being funded by grants from the John E. & Jeanne T. Hughes Foundation and The Coleman Foundation, which was established in 1951 by Marine colonel J.D. Stetson and D.W. Coleman, both at the direction of John E. Hughes.
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Combined Federal Campaign
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  The Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation is a part of the Southeastern North Carolina Combined Federal Campaign. Choose # 75265.
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"The Animal Called POW"
10 February 2012
10 am
Airborne & Special Operations Museum

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  A very special exhibit will be on display in the Airborne & Special Operations Museum’s temporary exhibit hall, opening at 10 a.m. Friday, February 10, through January of 2013. “The Animal Called POW”: U.S. Special Forces Prisoners of the Vietcong describes the experience of U.S. Special Forces and Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) prisoners held in South Vietnam. The exhibit will also cover rescue missions, Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) training and modern prisoners of war.
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 Temporary Exhibit webpage
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