The U.S. Army Special Forces Association, Chapter 67, based in Johnstown, held its annual Christmas party Dec. 4 at the Buccinese Italian Club, Altoona.
Members were treated by a visit of several soldiers from the Hiram Andrews Rehabilitation Center in Johnstown.
These men are a part of the Wounded Warriors Project who suffered moderate to severe brain and body trauma in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Members of the U.S. Army Special Forces?Association held a Christmas party at the Buccinese Italian Club, Altoona.
They also participated in the Veterans Day parade in downtown Johnstown on Nov. 11.
Chapter 67 does a lot of community involvement projects that range in scope from an annual $1,000 donation to the top ROTC cadet from Penn State, and the chapter will be reaching out to Indiana University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and others universities with ROTC programs in the western Pennsylvania area for their participation, as well as a combined $1,400 donation to the Van Zandt VA Medical Center in?Altoona and the Hollidaysburg Veterans Home.
The group also teaches teenagers and young adults life skills, navigational skills, first-aid skills.
If you are a retired Special Forces person or one who has served in Special Operations units and wish to become a member, contact the chapter president at safpeg@aol.
com or the chapter secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.