September 2021, Volume 71, Issue 8
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Nisei Soldier Exhibit Celebration at the National Museum of the US Army
The National Veterans Network (NVN) hosted a three-day, after-hours event where invited guests were provided unrestricted access to all areas of the National Museum of the US Army (NMUSA) at Ft Belvoir, Virginia. Families of Nisei soldiers had waited over a year to finally tour this special exhibit and tribute to the Nisei veterans of WWII.
NVC Commander's Column
NVC Foundation President's Column
Thank you for a Cup of Joe!
NVC & NVC Foundation Calendar
NVC Foundation Donations
NVC Foundation Endowment Fund
NVC Foundation Membership
Eagle Scout Project: New Memorial Wall Outdoor Directory
Ryan Seo, son of NVC member Stan Seo, volunteered to build a new outdoor directory box in front of the NVC Foundation Memorial Wall along with four other Eagle Scouts from Scout Troop 420: Alex Wong, Nat Thomas, Elliot Bradley, and Brian Yi.
National Veterans Network Holds Special Event Celebrating
Invited by the National Veteran Networks to view the recently unveiled Nisei Soldier Experience exhibit at the National Museum of the U.S. Army at Fort Belvoir, VA, Japanese American WWII Nisei veterans Colonel (ret) Charles Moriyama, 96, of Honolulu, and Ralph Matsumoto, 100, of Paramount, Calif., traveled across the United States to visit the Museum and the historic exhibit.
2021 NVC Golf Tournament
After a one-year absence due to precautions taken because of the COVID-19 virus, the annual NVC Golf Tournament returned for 2021. The weather was perfect for the 60 golfers who participated in the tournament at Foster Golf Course in Tukwila, Washington.
One of our members shared this column with us following the US final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Fr. Steve Maekawa, OP - Pastor, son of NVC member Don Maekawa, served in Afghanistan earlier in our involvement there. He kindly gave us permission to reprint it here, noting that he wrote it a week prior to the final chaotic days of the withdrawal.