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Doug Parent joined the group Chapters: Mugu Chapter.
Posted Tuesday, June 26, 2018
wrote on the Chapters: Mugu Chapter wall: Attached are pictures taken during the installation of Mugu Crows Club officers during the Salute to the Warfighter dinner at the Confederate Air Force Museum in Camarillo March 14. The new officers are: President - John Dailey Vice President - Greg Siuta Secretary - Stephen Hudson Treasurer - Son Nguyen Director 3 - Steve Berkel Piotured are John Dailey (President), Greg Siuta (Vice President), Stephen Hudson (Secretary), Steve Berkel (Director 3), and Dan Fisher (appointed to replace Greg Siuta as Director 1). Not pictured is Son Nguyen (Treasurer).
Posted Monday, March 26, 2018
Kendrick Taylor joined the group Chapters: Mugu Chapter.
Posted Sunday, March 25, 2018

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President
John M. Dailey USN (Ret)
Vice President
Gregory Siuta
Secretary
Stephen Hudson P.E.
Treasurer
Son X. Nguyen


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