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New Quarter brings New Opportunties

11 Apr 2011 10:12 PM | Anonymous

President Don Lupo
Dear Fellow Alumni,

A quarter of the year is almost gone. It has been a busy time for the FBI CAAA.


As you know, our first newsletter has been published. It has been received with glowing comments. The newsletter will be another tool to get the word out to fellow alumni on all that is happing in the Birmingham-Huntsville Chapter of the FBI CAAA. The Board has met with record participation each month and now we get to the part of the calendar that allows members to get in on the action. Check the calendar for all the opportunities.


Our Past President, Heather White, is now a Board Member of the FBI National CAAA. Heather will bring the same energy to the national board that she brought to our local board. We are very proud to have Heather elected to this position. Congratulations Heather.


The Huntsville spring class is in full swing. It was my privilege to address the class on opening night. They have nineteen class members and some are already inquiring about the FBI CAAA. They even have members that plan on going to FBI Headquarters and the FBI training facility after graduation. Let me remind you to make your plans to go with us to Washington in June. There are details for reservations on the calendar.


SAC Maley will brief all alumni on May 11 at Cantina in a “cutting edge Unclassified brief on International Terrorism (IT) threat.” This promises to be a really fun evening. Please check the calendar for details. The SAC and COS Paul Daymond are making a lot of things available to us that we haven’t been able to take advantage of in the past. I told you in my first letter the SAC and COS were going to offer their support and they have.

Please check the calendar for all the activities coming up an dremember momentum, commitment, strength, opportunity, leadership, and service are the words that define us in our journay to "making the Nation Safer Together."


Sincerely and Thank You,

Don Lupo

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