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EXPERIENCE OF OUR WARRIOR POW’s & SALAVATION OF OUR CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES DURI...

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Frontiers of Flight Museum

6911 Lemmon Avenue

Dallas, TX 75209

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This two-hour CLE explores the similarities and differences of ethical conduct in combat and lawyering via two one hour presentations by Colonel Ken Cordier, USAF (Ret) and Colonel Tony Wood, USMC (Ret), describing their respective experiences in the Vietnam war.

One story is how military ethics provided for individual survival in a prolonged, severe static combat environment; the other illustrates how basic ethical military conduct can allow dedicated professionals to obtain nearly unachievable results during hyper-fluid combat events.

Join us to listen to tales of individual courage, institutional disgrace and, above all, of American character.

The program will be held in the auditorium at the Frontiers of Flight Museum. A $100.00 donation is requested with 100% of the receipts going to support Metroplex Veterans Legal Services.

Donations may be by check to:

METROPLEX MILITARY CHARITABLE TRUST

3510 Rankin Street

Dallas, Texas 75205-1209

If you have questions, please contact Col. Mike McCollum USMC (Ret) at usmc.mikemccollum@gmail.com

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