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National Military & Veterans Alliance [NMVA]:
The Flag & General Officers' Network is a Member of the National Military & Veterans Alliance [NMVA] and is involved in those issues that are of interest to TFGON. For a complete list of the Alliance Members and details on their programs, projects, goals and objectives, go to the following URL: http://www.roa.org/NMVA_goals

Canadian Forces College, Toronto, Canada

Future Leaders for America Foundation & the Washington Scholars Fellowship/Internship Programs:
The Flag and General Officers' Network has reached agreement in principle with the Future Leaders for America Foundation to work together in the area of internships and fellowships through their Washington Scholars Program. The Washington Scholars programs were initially founded during the Reagan Administration and have since brought hundreds of the "best & brightest" young men and women from America's colleges and universities to Washington, DC to learn how our government functions and to engrain in them the knowledge that THEY can play a meaningful role in the governance and leadership of our country even at their relatively young age. The program has graduated upwards of 200 of these exceptionally bright young students, with almost 50 of them now working full-time in national public policy in the nation's capitol city, and the balance of the graduates returning to their undergraduate university to finish their degree studies, or in graduate school or law school or working on their doctorate. The objective of these programs is to eventually have ALL of these outstanding young leaders return to Washington, DC to involve themselves and hopefully consider a career in helping to lead and govern the nation in programs that are structured in the best interests of our citizens and the continued prosperity of our country. All who read these words are encouraged to alert your sons and daughters, grandsons and grandaughters, nieces and nephews, and friends and colleagues of these outstanding programs and this tremendous opportunity for EACH of them. Further details are available at the following URL's:

www.FutureLeadersForAmerica.org
www.WashingtonScholars.org

Military Veterans Internship/Fellowship Programs:
This program began to take shape in the summer of 2008 during discussions with the Future Leaders for America Foundation and the National Defense Committee. Future Leaders has, in the opinion of this foundation, one of the absolute finest internship programs in the nation, designed and structured to train America?s future leaders for a lifetime of service in national public policy. They have been in operation for well over a decade and have already graduated in excess of a hundred of America?s best & brightest college and university students, the vast majority of whom now work in national public policy programs and projects in Washington, DC. READ MORE...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James J Carey
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
Jim Carey


National Chairman
RADMCarey@aol.com

John A. Dubia
Lieutenant General [Ret.]
John A. Dubia


ARMY Board Member &
ARMY Vice Chairman

jdubia@verizon.net

Gordon Nash
Lieutenant General [Ret.]
Jack W. Klimp


Board Member: USMC
klimpj@aol.com

Steve Kunkle
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
James B. Godwin III


Board Member: NAVY
gibgodwin@gmail.com

Robert Wray
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
Robert Wray


VCHMN: NAVY
robert.wray@bluestarvets.us

Mark Beesley
Brigadier General [Ret.]
Mark Beesley


Board Member: USAF
magicm@verizon.net

Ted F. Bowlds
Lieutenant General [Ret.]
Ted F. Bowlds


VCHMN: USAF
tbowlds@gmail.com

Norman Sauders
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
Norm Saunders


Board Member: USCG
normsaunders@gmail.com

Jeff Hathaway
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
Jeff Hathaway


VCHMN: USCG
jhathaway@aol.com

Edward Rodriguez
Major General [Ret.]
Donna Barbisch, USA


Board Member At Large
db@donnabarbisch.com

Kirk Foster
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
Kirk Foster, JAGC, US NAVY


Corporate Secretary
kafoster62@gmail.com

Greg Feest
Rear Admiral [Ret.]
Donald P. Loren, USN


Treasurer & Board Member
MLoren4626@aol.com

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