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JANUARY-JUNE 2016 AFTERBURNER NEWSLETTER

 

 COUGAR TALES, THE COANG NEWSLETTER

 

ART SHARPLEY'S DENVER POST CLIPPINGS AND PICTURES OF VIETNAM CALLUP

 

NEW!!! ARCHIVED NEWSLETTERS STARTING WITH 1984-2007(ALL NEWER ISSUES ON THE NEWSLETTER TAB ON LEFT)

OUR NEW MEETING SITE on 15821 E. Centretech Circle

OSOMTG JUNE/JULY 2016 NEWSLETTER (click on picture below)

 

The Other Side of the Mountain Gang was started over 30 years ago, by the a small group of retired Colorado air National Guardsmen.  We are now a group of over 600 and include retirees from the Colorado Air and Army Guard, and civilians who worked as State or Federal employees at Buckley.  We also have members from other services and widowed spouses who participate.
 
We have recently moved off-base to TREA 39 (The Retired Enlisted Association), located at 15821 Centretech Circle, Aurora, CO 80011.  We still meet on the first Tuesday of the month at 1100.  A meal is provided each month for a cost between $6 - $15 dollars.   Coffee is provided at no cost and TREA's bar is open for you to purchase beverages of your choice.  Reservations for lunch must be made two weeks prior to the meeting.  You may make a reservation by e-mail to OSOTMG@comcast.net or by contacting Jan Love (due to Privacy Act restrictions we will not post private information on this web site).  You may bring your own lunch or not eat at all.  There is no cost to attend.
 
DO NEARY AND PAUL TURNER conduct the meeting each month sharing information from and about members local and out of state.  We celebrate the current month's birthdays, hear briefings from the 140th Wing Commander and other speakers who's subjects are relevant to the retirees.  We get updates on the several Buckley and community service projects and current COANG and Buckley activities and deployments.
 
While there is no mandatory membership fee, contributions are accepted to cover the costs incurred to maintain this web site and to provide newsletter postage for those members who do not have computer access.  Please visit our History Page for more information.

 

Paul Turner  Webmaster mailto:paullinda@comcast.net

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