EVENTS AT THE MUSEUM 9/28/18

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CENTRAL PA CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE: “THE SHADOW OF NAPOLEON ON LEE AT GETTYSBURG”

Chuck Teague will speak on “The Shadow of Napoleon on Lee at Gettysburg."  No one was a keener student of Bonaparte than R. E. Lee; how he fought the battle and where he fell short is apparent in considering the maxims of Napoleon.

DATE/TIME:  Tuesday OCTOBER 2, 2018  7:00 p.m.

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FRIENDS’ LECTURE SERIES: “THE COLD WAR UP CLOSE IN THE 1980s”

Speaker John Crider will present some of the highlights of his experiences from 1983 to 1985 as the US Army special agent in charge of the field office responsible for US Defense Department counterterrorism and counterintelligence services in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and western Maryland. He will follow this with the highlights of his experiences as the Deputy Headquarters Security Officer at Allied Ground Forces Headquarters (AFCENT) at Brunssum, Netherlands and as the chief security officer for the HQ AFCENT War Mobile Element from 1986 through 1989. He will follow those crucial strategic events (both nationally and internationally) during the 1980's from the viewpoint of a strategic intelligence officer and express his opinions as to why the Cold War was won.

DATE/TIME:  Sunday OCTOBER 7, 2018  2:00 p.m.