Photos by retired  Ohio Air National Guard Master Sgt. and U.S. Army Columbus Recruiting Battalion, Community Affairs Officer, Tom Foley
 

(From left to right) Rebecca Asmo, Executive Director, Boys and Girls Clubs of Columbus, joins Maj. Gen. Dennis Laich (U.S. Army - Retired), Chairman of the Ohio Veterans Memorial and Museum Advisory Board, and Kristi Bowersock, Chief of Operations, Operation Let's Roll, along with the Army's future Soldiers take part in the traditional Army birthday cake cutting ceremony.

More pictures from Flag Day, Army Birthday (2014)

 

 

 

 

 

4th of July Message 2014.


March 29, 2015
Courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch
(feature story Operation Let's Roll).
 

 

 

News

Charlie Foxtrot Coffee (CFC) pays tribute to Old Glory, and celebrates America’s Army on its 239th Birthday


COLUMBUS, Ohio  -- The City of Columbus, the Boys and Girls Club of Columbus,  U.S. Army Columbus Recruiting Battalion, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Capital City Chapter #3, members from Operation Let’s Roll (www.operationletsroll.com)

patriotic citizens united with CFC to celebrate our symbol of freedom and those who defend our Stars and Stripes – America’s Army.

 

Former Ohio State Buckeye, NFL veteran and sports broadcaster Matt Finkes delivered a very inspiring and patriotic keynote address.
 

The day was extra special for CFC, who provided public affairs support for the event, because June 14, 2014, served as the official launch of America’s official patriotic brand of coffee.

 

A portion of proceeds from the sale of coffee will benefit America’s warriors, Veterans and their families through support and community involved appreciation programs. 

It’s our honor and duty to be able to support and appreciate our warriors, their families and the patriotic Americans who support them by bringing America together one cup at a time while offering our unique brand of coffee, which continues to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.