Warriors Remembered — Days of Remembrance

            We are approaching four very important days of warrior remembrance – two this month. 

National POW/MIA Recognition Day is this Friday, 16 September (designated as the 3rd Friday in September).  This is a national day of prayer and remembrance that we still have thousands of missing warriors who have never returned home.  Of the 2,489 listed originally as missing inVietnam, over 700 have had their remains returned and efforts continue for a full accounting.

Gold Star Mother’s Day is Sunday, 25 September (always the last Sunday in September).  Designated to honor all mothers (and families) who have lost a son or daughter in combat.

Veterans Day is Friday, 11 November.  No explanation needed

National Wreaths Across America Remembrance takes place Saturday, 10 December (2nd Saturday in December).  An annual wreath laying at all veterans cemeteries that needs support and donations.

            Please participate and support each of these days.  Take a moment to honor those who have served and those who have been lost in service to the Nation.

Warriors Remembered presentation on 17 Feb very well received.

Had a very sucessful presentation on Warriors Remembered to a breakfast gathering of about 60 people at Holy Spirit Episcopal Church last Thursday. Sucess measured in the emotional response from veterans and non-veterans alike. Every presentation helps to spread the word to more veterans that this documentary of memorials is available. Special thanks to Bob Lowe for the invitation.

Warriors Remembered is now in the Soldier Store in the National Infantry Museum

Warriors Remembered is now on the shelves of the Soldier Store in the National Infantry Museum in Fort Benning/Columbus, Georgia.  In partnership with world renowned outfitter Ranger Joe’s, I am very proud to bring this documentary of 100 Vietnam veterans memorials from 50 states to the Home of the Infantry.  If you have not yet visited this new museum, it is definitely worth a trip.

General Hal Moore Receives Warriors Remembered

Al Nahas and General Hal Moore exchange books in Auburn, Alabama.  General Moore thanked Al for creating a memorable book that would be valued by all veterans.

10-10-10 Al Nahas on “America Lifestyles”, 650AM

Kevin Price discusses the book “Warriors Remembered” with Shannon Register, owner of Register Real Estate Advisors, and her guest, COL (Ret) Al Nahas, author of the book. Aired 10-10-10