The next General Membership Meeting will be held on Friday 15 September 2017.  Click on the Short Range Calendar to RSVP all events.

Friends and Family,

It has been a very busy year so far for the Chapter and the "Legion" family. Completed events include the "Legion" Easter Egg Hunt ,Gold Star Concert, Remembrance Ceremony, and Green Beret for a Day. Upcoming, will be the 4th of July, Fort Campbell fireworks viewing from the Safehouse and the 56th Reunion, 20-23 September 2017.

We will soon say good-bye to the "Legion" command team of COL Kevin Leahy and CSM Curt Arrowsmith. Both will be missed. A welcome home is fitting for the incoming team of COL Jay Powers and CSM David Lance, both old hands of the unit (see calendar for ceremonies DTG).

While the Chapter continues to grow and succeed, it comes at a heavy cost. In late May we lost life members Karen Stone and MSG(R) Steve Selfies unexpectedly. Karen, the wife of "Da Rock" Steve Stone, was a plank holder of the Chapter. Her gentile but firm guidance and historical knowledge will be missed. MSG(R) Selfies' impact to community was clearly evident by the huge number of "Legion" family members and Kentucky State Police in attendance at his funeral service.

Finally, if you know of anyone within the "Legion" family that might need some assistance, send me an email or give me a call. The Chapter will assist as necessary.

Thank you and God Bless!


Michael A Cunningham
President, Chapter 38 Special Forces Association



 Want to see some fireworks that are better than those at Fort Campbell? Then come out and watch Chapter 38's fireworks on Sunday, 2 July 2017. 

The Chapter's Fireworks Team put on a great show as well as have food and beverages fo the viewers.  Arrive around 1930 hours (7:30 p.m.)  to socialize with Brothers and Sisters.  A Personal Fireworks Area will be establish for those who bring their own, but only Chapter Reps are allowed at the Official launch site.  The fireworks begin o/a EENT (around 2045 hours or 8:45 p.m.)


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Chapter 38 is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 Robin Moore Scholarship Program. They were selected from a large group of capable entries and the competition was very close. Daniel Dela Cruz, who will attend Washington University in St. Louis to study physical therapy, was the front-runner among the entries.  Next came Jonathan Lochner, who will attend the University of Tennessee and major in chemical engineering.  The remaining scholarships were awarded to Daniel Melin, Meredith Pace, Fredrick Prins, Chloe Sims, and Sophia Zecher.