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Korean War veterans luncheon set for June 24

Korean War veterans, relatives and military leaders gathered for the Legacy 4 Korean War Veterans Foundation's annual luncheon in 2015. CONTRIBUTED
Korean War veterans, relatives and military leaders gathered for the Legacy 4 Korean War Veterans Foundation’s annual luncheon in 2015. CONTRIBUTED

REDSTONE ARSENAL – Veterans of the Korean War, relatives of deceased veterans, leaders from Redstone Arsenal and local dignitaries will gather for the Legacy 4 Korean War Veterans Foundation’s annual luncheon on June 24.

The 2016 luncheon will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Summit on Redstone Arsenal. The featured speaker for the event will be Lt. Gen. Larry D. Wyche, who is the Deputy Commanding General of the U.s. Army Materiel Command.

The lunch is free to all Korean War Veterans. Other guests will pay $20 per person.

Legacy 4 Korean War Veterans Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization and was established in January 2011 in honor of Korean War veterans. Co-founder K.C. Bertling serves as Founder/Secretary of the foundation. Her husband Sam Bertling is the foundation’s president and co-founder.

The foundation has sponsored Revisit Korea, a weeklong, expense-paid visit to South Korea for veterans of the Korean War. The veterans return to Korea for the first time since the armistice signing in 1953.

For more information, call 256-541-0450 or visit legacy4koreanwarveterans.org and click “Contact Us.”

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