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Wants Point of Contact (POC) for Sgt. Dakota Meyer

from Robert Chadwell, Protocol Officer

Good Morning. Sorry to intrude upon you busy schedule, but I pulled up an news report concerning Sgt Dakota Meyer which published,

I need your assistance if possible. I am the Protocol Officer for the Blue Grass Army Depot located in Richmond, Kentucky and on November the 9, 2011, (Wednesday) we are having our Veteran's Day Living Memorial for all of Kentucky's Fallen Heroes that have given their all since 9/11.

The purpose of this email to you is that we are trying to get a POC (Point of Contact) for Sgt. Dakota Meyer to invite him as a guest, since he is an American Hero and a Kentuckian as well and this being a memorial event for Kentucky's Fallen Heroes, we thought this invitation would be most appropriate.

Would appreciate any assistance.

Robert Chadwell
Protocol Officer
Blue Grass Army Depot
431 Battlefield Memorial Highway
Richmond, KY 40475
Note: Since we're not sure of the appropriate Point of Contact for Sgt. Meyer (and would like to have that ourselves), we're posting in the hopes that someone will send to him and/or CM. -EW

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