Morrison Scholarship, Online Giving, & Ames Spy Case
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March 2013: Issue #14

Hello {First_Name} ~ Welcome to the latest issue of the NCMF Web Link, an e-letter connecting you to news and items of interest on the NCMF Web site. Please feel free to share your feedback or suggestions with us via email at or connect with us via our social networking sites. As always, thank you for your continued interest and invaluable support!
GenMorrisonMaj. Gen. John E. Morrison, Jr., USAF (Ret)

Thanks to your generous donations, we are close to collecting $5,000 toward the establishment of a scholarship fund commemorating Maj. Gen. John E. Morrison, Jr.'s many contributions to the field of cryptology. The ten $500 scholarship grants will be awarded annually to students completing projects in cryptology, appropriately honoring General Morrison's strong desire to promote cryptology in education.

General Morrison was the founder, past president, and Chairman of the NCMF Board of Directors. Learn more about his career accomplishments HERE and in his USAF bio. General Morrison passed away on 11 January 2013 and his family requested contributions in his name to the NCMF where his name will be added to the In Memoriam Registry. To make an online donation, click HERE or visit our Donate page for other donation methods.
The NCMF is excited to announce online giving capability. The NCMF has partnered with Network For Good and invites you to take advantage of this convenient and easy way to do the following:
Our Donate Now button at the end of this letter, as well as the links above and those on our Web site will take you to our Donate Now page, which is secure and active, but in the process of further customization. In the coming months, donating to the NCMF from a mobile device will also become an easy option. We appreciate any feedback you have and thank you for your patience.
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The NCMF is pleased to welcome Ms. Sandra Grimes, author and former employee of the CIA National Clandestine Service, as guest speaker for the 2013 Spring ProgramMs. Grimes co-authored, "Circle of Treason: A CIA Account of Traitor Aldrich Ames and the Men He Betrayed," with her colleague, the late Jeanne Vertefeuille. Enhanced by Ms. Grimes' up-close and personal account, the lecture will focus on the decade-long investigation and the clues that led to the exposure of one of the most dangerous traitors in U.S. history. The program takes place on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 10 a.m. Register NOW online


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