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COVID-19 Pandemic Pushes Back Dates
82nd Airborne Division's All American Week at Bragg


The 82nd Airborne Division Association will not be sponsoring any AAW 2021 events. The Division will only be holding the following events for:

 18 Nov 2021:

  • Memorial Ceremony,

  • Gold Star Luncheon (Gold Star Families only)

19 Nov 2021

  • Hall of Fame Induction Dinner

  • Hall of Fame Induction

  • Division Run


The Association will not be taking any registrations or making any hotel arrangements for Members.

For those who have registered for AAW 2021, we will hold your registration for AAW 2022 or provide you a refund. For those who keep their registrations, you will not incur any additional charges if there is an increase to the Association registration for 2022.

For everyone else, we will begin taking registrations for AAW 2022 in Oct 2021, and all details will follow.


We apologize for any inconvenience this has created for our Members and look forward to everything getting back to normal operations. Thank you for your patience.

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Memorial Day Letter From Airborne Signal Chapter Chairperson



This past week, we were scheduled to be celebrating our great Division with All American Week 2020. Instead we found ourselves in yet another battle, fighting an invisible enemy.


This Memorial Day weekend, we have the opportunity to pause and reflect on our Nation’s fallen. Along with fewer official events scheduled, Memorial Day 2020 will no doubt look different for you than years past, with fewer BBQs or vacations planned.  What hasn’t changed, though, is the solemn/sober nature of this occasion.


In 1868, Army MG John Logan issued General Order No. 11 designating a day in late May for the purpose of “decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country.” Local observances to honor the dead had been conducted in towns around the country for several years before the order was published, but an official day had yet to be recognized. Accordingly, the order said that “in this observance no form of ceremony is prescribed, but posts and comrades will in their own way arrange such fitting services and testimonials of respect as circumstances may permit.” I ask that you, in your “own way”, do the same this weekend and reflect.


For many of us who have lost friends in service to the Nation, this is a very personal weekend. Be sure to tell their stories to your loved ones, keeping your friend's memory alive and honoring their sacrifice. It's also a special opportunity for us to show love and support to their family members with a call or a kind note reinforcing that the loss we grieve was not in vain. Pay respects while celebrating lives in pursuit of the most noble of patriotic callings.


Remember our fallen always!


Airborne, All the Way!


Tim Wall

Your Chapter Chairperson & Charter Member

General Dennis L. Via All Airborne Signal Chapter

82nd Airborne Division Association

Honoring Our Airborne Women Of The Army

Past Leadership - 2018 - 2019

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Bill Bell



Melody Jacobs

Vice Chair


Steve Sargent


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