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Application for Charter for Squadron 316 April 2, 1941.
Veterans Day November 11,2022
Vietnam Memorial Washington DC
Reading of Names on Vietnam Wall
Photo's Taken by SAL Commander
At meeting held on November 16, 2015
Post 316 Members Celebrated Squadron Commander Billie Knapps Birthday
David Curran & William Knapp
Receive Certificate for perfect membership for
2018 - 2019
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