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October 2009
In This Issue
2009 Grateful Nation Award Recipients
JINSA Anuual Report
JINSA's Academies Program featured in Tident

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The 2009 Grateful Nation Award Recipients Are...

2009 Annual ReportJINSA's Annual Dinner on November 2nd is fast approaching and the 2009 Grateful Nation Award honorees have been selected by their respective services.  Click here to view the honorees.  The 27th Annual Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson Distinguished Service Award will also be presented that evening.  If you haven't already reserved a seat for this event, you can still do so by calling Allison Krant at 202-667-3900.  Click here to find out more about the event.  We hope you can join us for what promises to be an amazing evening honoring those who work tirelessly to keep this country safe.  Space is very limited so please call soon.

JINSA Publishes 2009 Annual Report

2009 Annual ReportDo you want to learn more about JINSA's mission, diverse programs, or events?  Do you want to tell a friend or relative about JINSA but can't find all the information in one place?  Be one of the first to check out JINSA's 2009 Annual Report!  Click on the annual report to the right to download the pdf.  Please feel free to pass the report along to anyone who might be interested in finding out more about our organization.

Trident (Naval Academy news) publishes article about JINSA's Academies Program

The article, entitled "Midshipmen Work With Israel Defense Force," was written by Midn. 1/C Amanda Schoenthaler, a recent graduate of the program.  For the past 22 years JINSA's Military Academies Program in Israel brings groups of cadets and midshipmen to Israel for a three-week work and study program which imparts the reality of Israel, its past and recent history, its security requirements and the capabilities it brings to meeting its defense needs and supporting Western interests in a crucial part of the world.

Click here to read the article