VFMA Shooting Team with SFA64 Members
SFA Chapter 64 Meeting Notice
OUR NEXT MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9TH AT 2 PM AT THE GOBIN ARMORY ON CAVALRY RD IN CARLISLE.THIS IS AN IMPORTANT MEETING ON THE GOLF EVENT THAT WILL BE HELD ON OCT 16. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND AND HELP MAKE THIS IMPORTANT FUNDRAISING EVENT SUCCESSFUL.
Going forward, SFA64 Monthly Member meetings will also have online Zoom video and/or audio access!
Questions? Call Jack McFadden at 484-459-9038
Microsoft PowerPoint – DRAFT_2019_SFC Randall Shughart (MOH).pptx
Fourth Annual Benefit Golf Outing
Saturday, October 16, 2021 / 9AM shotgun start
Eagle Crossing Golf Club
501 Conodoguinet Ave, Carlisle, PA
Check-in & Breakfast begins at 8AM
$75 pp. Fee includes: Cart, Prizes and all meals
Download the form to Register
SFC Randall Shughart (MOH) Memorial Chapter LXIV Special Forces Association
Welcome to website of the SFC Randall Shughart (Medal of Honor) Memorial Chapter 64 of the SPECIAL FORCES ASSOCIATION (SFA). Many chapters of SFA are named as a memorial to an Army Special Forces individual. So please take a moment on our website to read about our namesake, Sergeant First Class Randall Shughart who received the nation’s highest military honor, the Medal of Honor.
Whether riding donkeys through the rugged mountains of Afghanistan, assembling guerrilla armies in Vietnam, or training paramilitary police to fight drug cartels in Columbia, The United States Army Special Forces (SF), commonly called the Green Berets, have come to represent the most adaptable and specialized organization available in the United States’ military arsenal. The name “Special Forces” is often used incorrectly by the news media and Hollywood as a catch-all phrase for Navy Seals, Army Rangers or Marine Recon. But Special Forces if a separate and distinct organization under the Special Operations Command. Originally formed in the early ‘50s and officially recognized by JFK in 1961, SF is the longest-lived of all the Special Operations organizations. Our motto is “De Oppresso Liber,” Latin for “To Free the Oppressed.” This is a pretty heavy call to duty, and not one that just any military force can live up to. Perhaps this is why the Green Berets’ exploits have been commemorated in song, recreated in movies and reported on in countless books. In addition to the combat tactics and reconnaissance those groups perform, Green Berets are trained in languages, culture, diplomacy, psychological warfare, civic affairs and politics.
Thank you for visiting our website and please feel free to explore it and contact us if we can be of service.
Sergeant First Class Liam Nevins Memorial Trap Shoot
7th Annual Memorial trap shoot, presented by Special forces Association Chapter 64