Week of the Eagles

Week of the Eagles

May 19-25, 2017

May 19 WOE Division Run

May 20 WOE Air Assault Open House and Community Fair

May 22 WOE Legacy Golf Tournament at Cole Park (Fee)

May 22 WOE Rendezvous BBQ at Cole Park Commons (Fee)

May 22 WOE Sports and Combatives

May 23 WOE Toughest Air Assault Soldier

May 23 WOE Marksmanship Competition

May 23 WOE Sports and Combatives

May 24 WOE CDR v CSM Softball

May 24 WOE Sports and Combatives

May 25 WOE Division Review


Alamo Eagles

Alamo eagles Chapter In San Antonio, Texas

New Chapter of the 101st Airborne Division Association

18 March 2016- Congratulations are in order for the Screaming Eagles in the San Antonio area. The 101st Airborne Division Association Board of Governors voted electronically last week and approved the Alamo Eagles Chapter of the 101st Airborne Division Association’s request for charter as its newest chapter. The Alamo Eagles are located primarily in the greater San Antonio metropolitan area of Texas. Membership in the Alamo Eagles Chapter is open to all members of the 101st Airborne Division Association. Regular membership in the Alamo Eagles Chapter is available to all current and former members of the 101st Airborne Division of any era. Associate membership in the Alamo Eagles Chapter is also open to all supporters of the 101st Airborne Division of any era.

The Alamo Eagles Chapter has two local objectives: (1) Fellowship and support for other Screaming Eagles of any era and (2) Support of Wounded Screaming Eagles at the San Antonio Military Medical Center. The 101st Airborne Division Association’s San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) Liaison Team members have operated in San Antonio since February 2011 to assist Screaming Eagles who are at SAMMC for treatment. If you would like more information or to become a member, see their website at www.alamoeagles.org or contact Harold C. Fleischer II at 210-497-2532 or haroldcf@swbell.net for more details.



Gulf War Reunion

It’s hard to believe, but it’s the 25th Anniversary of the Persian Gulf War when the 101st Screaming Eagles became known as the “Lightning of the Storm.” More than 200 former Screaming Eagles gathered from across the United States with State and local elected officials, Civilian Aides to the Secretary of the Army and other esteemed guests to remember the contributions of the 101st to the victory in the Persian Gulf War.  The gathering in Clarksville, TN on Wednesday, February 24th was on the anniversary of longest and deepest air assault in history when the 101st moved deep into Iraq to cut the lines of communication and block the retreat of Iraqi forces. The Veteran Screaming Eagles included 17 retired General Officers who all served with the Division in the Persian Gulf.  The event was hosted by the Fort Campbell Historical Foundation’s GEN (Ret.) Gary Luck, the 18th Airborne Corps Commander for the Persian Gulf war, Fort Campbell Historical Foundation Director CSM (Ret.) Robert Nichols and Civilian Aid to the Secretary of the Army, Mr. Jack Turner of Clarksville.  The dinner program featured remarks by Key Note Speaker GEN. (Ret.) J.H. Binford Peay III and entertainment by renowned patriot and country singer Mr. Lee Greenwood.  The event was an amazing opportunity to see those with whom they served and gather together command teams  and friends from across the division that had not been together in many cases since 1991. Many thanks to all those who put the event together and made it such a great event for Screaming Eagles to attend.