This committee is tasked to supervise and coordinate District activities aimed at seeking to secure peace for the citizens of the United States through National and Homeland Security. Through educational programs, provide an opportunity for citizens and the youth of Virginia to learn about law enforcement responsibilities and training from various city, county, state and federal agencies. Committee responsibilities include supervision of the administration of the ROTC and National Guard Recognition Program and the Blood Donor Program.
The committee helps formulate, recommend and implement policies and procedures for the promotion of the POW/MIA issue throughout the membership of the District; to supervise and coordinate national programs regarding POW/MIA’s within the District. They promote, formulate, recommend and implement policies and procedures necessary to recognize Fire Fighters and Police Officers by all Posts within the District and assist in forwarding Post winners to Department for inclusion in Department and National contests.
For additional information on this committee contact the Committee Chair, George Lussier, Post 28, 703-791-5184.
Blood Donor Chair, Ed Hendrickson, Post 247, 301-461-3623