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93rd bomb Group 2019 Reunion - Detroit Metro Area


Thursday, Oct. 10th

6:00pm-8:00pm EDT / Welcome Dinner

FRIDAY, Oct. 11th

9:00am-10:30am EDT / Educational Session #1

6:00pm-9:00pm EDT / Dinner with special presentations

SATURDAY, Oct. 12th

9:30am-11:30am EDT / 93rd Annual Business Meeting

6:30pm-7:45pm EDT / 93rd Annual Memorial Dinner


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1:30pm-2:30pm EDT / Veteran's Q&A

 2:45pm-4:30pm EDT / Educational Session #2

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Reunion Event Details

Welcome Dinner 

6pm - 9pm Thursday, Oct. 18th

Introductions are made and upcoming events are discussed.  From 8pm to 9pm we will be giving a Missing-in-Action-Report on fallen 93rd crew during the war - specifically MIA's in Romania.  Our guest speaker will be Christine T. Cohn a historian with the Defense  POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA).

Educational Session #1

9am - 10:30am Friday, Oct. 19th

Don Morrison, 93rd Historian, will present information about the 93rd during the war.  Nose art, B-24 markings and wartime locations like Hardwick airfield and Norwich will be discussed.

Arlington National Cemetery

2pm - 4pm Friday, Oct. 19th

Our cameras will be going "Live" on the road to capture the 93rd visiting their 'Living Memorial Tree' in Arlington National Cemetery.  The group will also witness the Changing of the Guard and the Tomb of the Unknowns.  A wreath presentation will also occur.

93rd BG Annual Business Meeting

9:30am - 11:30am Saturday, Oct. 20th

The 93rd checks in on all departments and gets an update on where we are from everything from financials to a new destination for the 2020 reunion location (the 2019 location was picked last year).  Everyone registered at the reunion is welcome to attend.

93rd BG Annual Memorial Dinner

6:30pm - 7:45pm Saturday, Oct. 20th

A moving and emotional dinner - the Memorial Dinner remembers our fallen heroes from the 93rd.  A color guard is present to set the flags and folding flag ceremony is conducted.  Highlights also include a veterans only table and speeches from members.

Educational Session #2

10am - 11:30am Sunday, Oct. 21th

Continuing our initiative from last year, attendees will present summaries of their relative’s lives during and after the war.