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    TUESDAY 7 AUGUST 2007 Guadalcanal 65th Anniversary Commemorative Dinner with MajGen. Mike J. Myatt, USMC (Ret.) as Keynote Speaker The United States first
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      TUESDAY 7 AUGUST 2007

      Guadalcanal 65th Anniversary
      Commemorative Dinner


      with
      MajGen. Mike J. Myatt, USMC (Ret.) as Keynote Speaker

      The United States' first major offensive action of World War II began for possession of an

      obscure island of Guadalcanal, a 2,510 square mile island in the Solomon Islands in the

      Pacific Ocean . The battle lasted for six months between August 1942 and February 1943

      as the United States fought a brutally hard air-sea-land campaign against the Japanese

      for possession.  Join Guadalcanal Veterans  in commemorating the 65th anniversary of 

      what history now says was the most important battle in the Pacific in the entire War.  The

      Marines' Memorial Association's President and CEO, Major General J. M. Myatt USMC

      (Ret.) will speak on the "Lessons of Leadership in the Battle for Guadalcanal".
       

      GUADALCANAL 65TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE DINNER

      The Marines Memorial Association presents the Guadalcanal 65th Anniversary Commemorative Dinner, Tuesday, August 7, 2007, 609 Sutter Street, San Francisco, with registration at 5:00pm, cocktails at 5:30pm, and dinner at 6:15pm. The Marines’ Memorial Association’s President and CEO, Major General J. M. Myatt USMC (Ret.) will speak on the “Lessons of Leadership in the Battle for Guadalcanal”.

      $25 Members - $45 Non-Members. Free for Guadalcanal Veterans and Spouses.

      The United States’ first major offensive action of World War II began for possession of an obscure island of Guadalcanal, a 2,510 square mile island in the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean . The battle lasted for six months between August 1942 and February 1943 as the United States fought a brutally hard air-sea-land campaign against the Japanese for possession.

      Join Guadalcanal Veterans in commemorating the 65th anniversary of what history now says was the most important battle in the Pacific in the entire War.

      Reserve at https://www.marineclub.com/Events/EventCatalog.asp –or–call 415-673-6672 Ext. 215.

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