A Road lined with flags for the Memorial Day celebration May 31, 2021
A beautiful sunset at the Museum of the Forgotten Warriors, Memorial Day, May 31, 2021
The Auburn Host Lions Club visited the museum on July 14. The club does great work in the Auburn area and meets on Wednesday at 1200 noon at the Lions Club Building, Gold Country Fairgrounds, Auburn, California.
The ladies from Bristol Hospice in Roseville, CA, brought certificates and gift bags for the Vietnam vets on April 3, 2021. Pictured from left to right: John, Kathy Dolan, Bill, Bert, Austin, Richard, Brock, Ray, and Ragina Reyes.
This Shishi dog or Shisa was recently donated by Air Force retiree Bill Drake of Yuba City. A Shisa is a traditional Ryukyuan cultural artifact and decoration derived from Chinese guardian lions. It was obtained from Okinawa and sat in Bill's yard for many years. July 24, 2021.
The base of this Shishi dog bears the shield of Strategic Air Command. July 24, 2021.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richardson visited the museum on May 8, 2021, and donated their interesting Vietnamese carving made from a water buffalo horn.
Wade Archer a retired employee of Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory signs the SR-71 cowling, May 15, 2021. He worked for the famous Lockeed Martin Skunk Works that developed the SR-71.
Captain Phil Steck posing next to a manikin wearing his Air Force officer's club party flight suit on May 15, 2021. This was the uniform to be worn in the O' Club when he was stationed in Vietnam in the early 1970s. The admiral's cover belongs to his brother who found it in a military surplus store and aways wore it on board his private boat.