Veteran and Author J.L. Bud Alley spoke to members at the January American Legion Post 214 Taylors, S.C.  Alley spoke about the battle at La Drung Valley.  The 2nd Battation, 7th Cavalry's engagement with North Vietnamese forces landing zone Albany from his book "The Ghost of the Green Grass"

Veteran and Author J.L. Bud Alley spoke to members at the January American Legion Post 214 Taylors, S.C.  Alley spoke about the battle at La Drung Valley.  The 2nd Battation, 7th Cavalry's engagement with North Vietnamese forces landing zone Albany from his book "The Ghost of the Green Grass"

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Commander Congratulates Author

Commander Clyde Rector congratulates Author J.L. Bud Alley for speaking at American Legion post 214 Taylors, S.C. Bud Alley is the author of "The Ghost of the Green Grass"

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American Legion Post 214 January Meeting

Members of Taylors Post 214 gather at Lee Road Methodist Church for the January meeting.  J.L. Bud Alley author of "The Ghosts of the Green Grass" was the speaker that evening. Post 214 meets the third Tuesday of the month. at 6:00p.m.

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A Visit to War Museum

Thomas McFall Anderson and Grandfather Waddy Anderson display donated artifacts at the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History.  3110 Wade Hampton Blvd. Taylors, S.C. Open Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 1pm - 5pm.

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American Legion Post 214 Museum Visit

Visitors enjoying their visit to the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History at Wade Hampton Blvd. Taylors, S.C.  Open Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm and Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm.

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Post214 Meal 3222

Members of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 enjoy a meal before their monthly meeting.  Vietnam Veterans of American meet at 5:30p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at Greenville Shrine Club.

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Activist judges have been on a mission to expand the influence of the courts in America for the last half-century, but they may have just crossed a red line. The courts have decided a lot of things -- but how the president runs the military isn't one of them. When it comes to America's defense, there is one commander-in-chief. The Constitution is clear: Donald Trump is the final authority on military policy. And after two years of liberal judges presuming to know better than this president, it's refreshing to see at least one court acknowledge who's in charge.

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