Final Screening of The Vietnam War
August 30 at 6:30 - 7:45 p.m.
Nahm Auditorium, W.C. Morris Science Building
University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO 64093 

Join KMOS for the final screening event, free and open to the public! This is your last opportunity to be the first on your block to see excerpts from each of the ten episodes that will air in September. This is the film screening only, no panel discussion.
August 24 – Columbia
Bixby Hall, Brouder Science Center, Columbia College
Hosted by Columbia College Veterans and Military Services
Moderated by Columbia College Professor of History Dr. Brad Lookingbill.
 
Dr. Chuck Abromovich - US Army, (In Country 1967) two Purple Hearts;
Jacqui Chagnon - Civilian Aid Worker, War Legacies Project (In Country 1968-70)
Colonel John W. Clark - US Air Force (POW 1967-73)
Jerry Cook – US Army 169 Engineer Battalion (In Country 1968-69)
Chris Egbert – US Navy (two 12-month tours. USS Forrestal , 1967)
Colonel Mike Randerson – US Air Force
August 23 - Jefferson City

T.D. Pawley Theatre, Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall - Lincoln University
Moderated by Dr. Thomas Gubbels, PH.D Associate Professor of History, Lincoln University.

Ron Bogg: US Army, Specialist 5th Class (1969-1970)
Jacqui Chagnon: Civilian Aid Worker, War Legacies Project
Don Hentges, US Army 101st Airborne Division (1967-1969) and President, Jefferson City Veterans Council
Phil Kalaf, US Navy Radioman (1968-1972) and Commander VFW Post 1003 Jefferson City
Duard “Putt” Swope: US Navy Electronic Warfare Technician (1968-1980)
Thomas A. Ward, US Navy Engineman 2nd Class - (1966 to 1970)

June 30 - Warrensburg
Twomey Auditorium, University of Central Missouri, in conjunction with the traveling “Wall That Heals” exhibit.
Moderated by Jeff Huffman - Veteran & Director Military & Veteran Services, UCM.

Russell "Buddy" Cusick - Vietnam War Veteran - Sedalia
Jacqui Chagnon - Civilian Aid Worker - Warrensburg
Ron Pierce - Veteran & Senior Director, PBS Veterans Initiative - Washington D.C.
Sam Raber - Vietnam War Veteran - Warrensburg
Jack E. Rogers, Ph.D - Director of Forensics, Speech & Debate, UCM