Sixth Region Spring Meeting After Action Report
The AUSA 6th Region Spring
Meeting was held on April 6-10 in Astoria, Oregon. It was hosted by
the Central River Chapter, which did an outstanding job.
Here is the
Two of the presentations from the
Saturday Business Meeting are available for downloading:
Also, at the Region Business
Meeting SGM(R) Jerry Glesman was re-elected as Region President.
Saturday's evening banquet was
highlighted with remarks by AUSA President, General(R) Robert Brown,
and a Keynote
Presentation on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier by SGM(R) Gavin
McIlvenna, who served as an Honor Guard Relief Commander during
The Region Awards for 2021 and
2022 were also announced at the banquet.
Pictures and videos from
the meeting are on our
C. Fremont Chapter will host
the 2023 Region Meeting in Las Vegas on 13-16 April
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