Eagle Alliance Golf Success & USAFSS Veterans Honored
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June 2013: Issue #20

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golf-cart 2 Special Note to THANK EVERYONE who supported the Eagle Alliance Golf Tournament! Read more in the article below.



Crypto Cup Trophy
The Crypto-Cup Trophy

Pictured above: Dave Tetreault, Eagle Alliance Program Manager and Orville Lewis, NCMF Vice President with the winning team sponsored by SCI. Team members include Marc Crumpler (holding the Crypto Cup), Dan Pflieger, Ryan Diehl, & Steve Slagle.

Eagle Alliance recently sponsored its 12th Annual Tim Sheahan Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the NCMF and once again, the event was a great success! The fundraiser, held in Laurel, MD, was postponed to 20 June due to Tropical Storm Andrea, but the wait was worth it as the 124 golfers enjoyed a beautiful, sunny day of golf, friendly competition, and awards. The tournament closed with a check presentation for $40,000 from Dave Tetreault of Eagle Alliance to NCMF Vice President, Orville Lewis.

The winning team was sponsored by Superior Communications, Inc. (SCI) and won with an outstanding score of 17 under par! They are pictured and named above. Congratulations on this impressive win guys! To see who won second and third place, as well as the individual awards, please see the full article on our Web site.

SPECIAL THANKS go to Eagle Alliance Event Coordinator Stephanie Agostinelli for her tireless efforts and incredible skills at creating such a successful fundraising tournament. Thanks to ALL of the sponsors and to the many companies and organizations who made donations, as well as to John Garcia who photographed the event, and to ALL of the volunteers who helped make this very important fundraiser a success! Please visit our Web site to see full lists of sponsors, donors, volunteers, and winners!

This annual tournament is named for and dedicated to the memory of Tim Sheahan, Eagle Alliance's first account executive and a key contributor to the success of the GROUNDBREAKER program. 

On 23 June, Jane Doolittle made a donation to the NCMF, "In Honor of USAFSS Veterans." Ms. Doolittle was one of the organizers for a recent Misawa reunion in Virginia Beach and was the moderator for the ceremony on the MIA/POW/KIA Remembrance Effort.

At the reunion, she gave a moving presentation about the importance of remembering our veterans and then specifically focused on approximately 25 cryptologists whose lives were lost while performing their duties in support of the United States SIGINT System. 

Ms. Doolittle and NCMF's Membership Chairman, Al Gray, are currently working together in an effort to have the crew of an RB-50, lost in 1956 over the Sea of Japan, added to the NSA Memorial Wall.

In addition to these efforts, Ms. Doolittle has also been active with Paul Clever's efforts to repatriate his father's remains from Laos, where he was lost during the Viet Nam war.

NCMF Summer Program
10 July 2013 ~ Guest Speaker Dr. Melvin Goodman 
National Insecurity Melvin Goodman
The NCMF 2013 Summer Program will take place on
10 July, featuring guest speaker, Dr. Melvin Goodman, a senior fellow at the Center for International Policy and an adjunct professor of government studies at Johns Hopkins University.

Dr. Goodman who is also an author and former government cryptographer will discuss the topic of 
National Insecurity, including a review of non-military instruments for dealing with Iran, North Korea, and Syria.

The event includes lunch and a book signing. The cost for members is $15 for lunch. The non-member fee of $40 covers lunch and a one-year NCMF membership. Register & Pay online today.



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