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How to Post Reunion Announcements To post reunion information, please email us the following information for each reunion you wish to post:
  • Location (city and state)
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  • General description
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Reunion announcements will be posted ASAP upon receipt and removed after the scheduled date of the reunion.

CHARLIE COMPANY REUNION

September 10 - 14, 2015
DENVER, CO | 303-373-5976 | EMAIL | EXTERNAL WEBSITE

The Old Guard Reunion, Charlie 4-3-11, will be held at the Denver Airport Marriott at Gateway Park, 16455 E 40th Circle, in Aurora, CO, on September 10-14, 2015.

Reserve a room by August 1, 2015, for $109.00 + tax, which includes breakfast for 2 people per room, and a free airport shuttle to the hotel.

* After August 1, 2015, rooms cost $179.00 + tax, no breakfast included.

For reservations, call 1-800-228-9290 with Reference #M-1QC6Y71.

Registration includes: meeting room, Thursday evening Hors D'oeuvres, tours of the Rocky Mountains, tour bus, Air Force Academy, Garden of the Gods, mailings, Sunday evening banquet and tips.

Register for $160 per person, guests welcome.

Donations accepted.

To register for the event, print and fill out the registration form, then send the form with payment enclosed, before August 1, 2015, to:

Gene and Doris Anderson
12940 E Pensacola Place
Denver, CO 80239

Be sure to bring a fall jacket and your cameras, and feel free to bring one item from home town per person.

Americal Division Unit Patch
The Americal Division is the only army infantry division to be formed outside the continental United States. The Americal division is also the only named army Division. All other army divisions have a number designation. The army later added the number designation of the 23rd Infantry Division to the Americal title. The four stars represent the constellation Crux. Crux is referred to as; 'The Southern Cross'. The Americal Division motto is 'Under the Southern cross'. The patch has been worn in combat by Americal Division veterans who served in the Pacific theatre during WWII and by veterans of the Vietnam War.

This patch (above) is symbolic of the 'Jungle Warriors' of the 11th Light Infantry Brigade. The 11th LIB consisted of the following units:

The 3/1, who declare themselves to be, 'Always First'
The 1/20, who carry the name, ‘Sykes Regulars'
The 4/3, who are 'The Old Guard'
The 4/21, are 'The Gimlets'

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