• DEI And Its Impact On The Military:

    May 10, 2024
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    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    STARRS Chairman Lt. General Rod Bishop, US Air Force ret and 1974 graduate of the Air Force Academy, will be giving a talk on:

    DEI and its Impact on the Military:

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Tuesday, May 21, 2024

    5:00 pm

    Edward A. Norton Post

    VFW Post 7666

    57 Mill Road. Guilford, CT 06437

    Google Map Location

    As you are likely already aware, divisive leftist ideologies have infiltrated the military and the service academies, affecting military recruitment, retention and preparedness. We must return to the ideals of ability, unity and selfless service to our nation. 

    Come meet and hear from General Bishop as he reveals what STARRS has learned and what military service members, veterans, cadets and parents have experienced concerning the DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) agenda being imposed on our military. 

    STARRS Executive Vice President and General Counsel Mike Rose (USAFA '69) who works on the legal fight pertaining to these issues will also be in attendance. Learn about the important work STARRS is doing!

    Note seating is limited. Please reserve a seat by sending an email to Eric Vogel at [email protected] (and also if you have any questions).

    PARKING INFORMATION: 

    Parking is available on Mill Road along the side of the VFW building and in designated spots behind the VFW. Additional parking is available on the west side of Mill Road (next to the guardrails and across the street from the residences) before the road breaks left towards the VFW at “The Tile House.” More parking can be found in the small lot overlooking the pond on the northwest corner of Cherry Street & North River Street. These last two options are about a 3 minute walk to the venue.

    The views expressed by STARRS and its representatives at Guilford VFW Post 7666 do not necessarily reflect the views of the VFW, Guilford VFW Post 7666 or any of its members

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    Obsrvntcynic

    As a retiree from the Army, D I E has been used under other names for multiple years. Advancement based on racial group has always been a detriment. It is far more so now as the left tries desperately to destroy the defense capability of US armed forces.

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