Please join us to welcome our distinguished speaker on
at the elegant Army Navy Country Club
Let's honor Capt. "Red" McDaniel, USN (Ret.) for his meritorious
and extraordinary achievements.
Red McDaniel was one of the most brutally tortured prisoners of the Vietnam War. This torture resulted from his active role in camp communications during an organized escape attempt by his fellow prisoners. He is the author of Scars and Stripes, a book telling about his six years in a communist prison.
When Red McDaniel returned home from Vietnam, he was awarded the Navy’s highest award for bravery, the Navy Cross. Among his other military decorations are two Silver Stars, the Legion of Merit with Combat “V”, the Distinguished Flying Cross, three Bronze Stars with Combat “V”, and two Purple Hearts for wounds received at the hands of the North Vietnamese torturers.
Captain McDaniel resumed active duty and served as Commanding Officer of USS NIAGARA FALLS and as Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier USS LEXINGTON. He also served as Director of Navy/Marine Corps Liaison to the U.S. House of Representatives before retiring from the Navy in 1982.
Following retirement, Captain McDaniel founded the American Defense Institute, a non-profit organization to increase public awareness of the need for a strong national defense national defense. Captain McDaniel and his wife Dorothy reside in Alexandria, Virginia. They have three grown children, nine grandchildren, and one great grandson.
East Gate: 1700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA 22202
West Gate: 2400 South 18th Street, Arlington, VA 22204
Parking: Complimentary Parking
Area: Arlington Fort Richardson Room
Cost: $33.00, paid at the entrance
Date: FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2013
1100: Doors Open, Networking Time
1200: Dining served: gourmet entree complemented by a delicious dessert
1250: Introduction of our Speaker
1300: Speaker: Capt. Eugene "Red" McDaniel, USN (Ret.)
1400: Conclusion of Speakers Luncheon
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