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Archive | May, 2014

22 March 2014

This letter announces a new category of membership in the 28th Infantry Regiment Association. During the Viet Nam war Lieutenant General (then Captain) James Ellis served the Regiment as the Company Commander of Alpha Company 1st Battalion 28th Infantry Regiment. During Captain Ellis’s time in command of Alpha Company, eight of his Black Lions were […]

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13 March 2014

The Honorary Colonel of the Regiment and I have discussed means by which we could reach Black Lions scattered throughout the country, and our webmaster provided us this great way to do so. Colonel Murphy‚Äôs primary focus is the Regiment itself, to include interfacing with the active Army and overseeing Army programs as they apply […]

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31 March 2014

Distinguished Member of the Regiment Paul Frampton sent me an email, the content of which is certainly worth sharing with you. While I did not author these words they do reflect my unwavering thoughts of those who have worn or are currently wearing the uniform of an American Soldier. I have taken the liberty of […]

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10 March 2014

I begin this announcement with regret for having taken so long to communicate with you. The gambit of excuses runs from health issues to pure laziness, but the result has been an information black hole, and for that I do apologize. I intend to rectify my poor performance by regularly posting announcements From the “Honorary […]

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6 March 2014

The 28th Infantry website is my primary means of communication with you.  Thanks to our webmaster Black Lion Fred Tolson, our website has emerged from the dark and is now a location where you can easily find timely and relevant information. I now draw your attention under the History tab to a new addition entitled Our […]

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1 April 2014

This announcement provides you with information on the Army Regimental System, and more specifically on the Distinguished Member and Honorary Member of the Regiment program. The U.S. Army Regimental System is a Chief of Staff Army program designed to provide each soldier with continuous identification with a single regiment throughout their active duty period and […]

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