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acknowledgments

For individuals who made contributions above and beyond the call of duty in regards to A Troop's website, locating troopers, or for other actions that have benefited A Troop.

2nd Reunion November 2002

Frank "LTeeF" Canda A Troop 69-70
Charles "Coop" Cooper 1st Plt 68-70
George "Pineapple" Gersaba Jr 1st Plt 69-70
Diane "Troop Snoop" and Bob Rebbec 2nd Plt 69-70
Sherri "Web Lady" Taylor

5 th Reunion October 2005

In order to honor the memory of one of the founding fathers of the Brotherhood (also a KEEPING THE FLAME BURNING award recipient), this highest award the troop can bestow upon an individual has been renamed the "LTee" FRANK CANDA AWARD.

"LTee" FRANK CANDA AWARD

For individuals who made contributions above and beyond the call of duty in regards to A Troop's website, locating troopers, or for other actions that have benefited A Troop.

2005

J.T. Tillman 1 st Platoon 71

2006

Jimmy Clark's speech!

Charles Cooper 1 st Plt 68-70

2007

Link to Keith Eaton's speech This is contained in the February 2008 Newsletter.

2008

Dennis Perrino 2nd Plt 1970-1971

2009

Jim "Rag" Rinaldi 1st Platoon 1968-1969 in the February 2010 newsletter


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