For All Veterans who ever served in the 37th Tank Battalion or any of the 37th Armor Battalions: 1-37 Armor, 2-37 Armor, 3-37 Armor and 4-37 Armor. From Germany to Fort Riley… we made the difference. Courage Conquers!
Join our annual gathering of 37th Armor Regimental Alumni
Members will self‐deploy to a designated Regimental Rally Point and conduct Regimental Recall on September 24th -- 27th
Follow this link for more information on the event and to purchase tickets at Eventbrite. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-vegas-round-up-regimental-reunion-registration-92543585355
Registration closes on 08/07/2020
Excalibur Hotel Information
This Excalibur hotel reservation link will grant you access to our reduced rates.
Please reserve your room ASAP due to limited supply!! We only have 80 rooms available at the group rate. Last day to book hotel rooms is 08/07/2020 or until booked out.
A stay at Excalibur Resort in Las Vegas is nothing less than royal. This castle resort on the Strip has many things for families and adults visiting Las Vegas. For fun at night choose between magical illusions or the arcade and dinner show Tournament of Kings. And for everyone there are restaurants of all cuisines and prices, sure to suite any particular palate.
For information about parking, please visit https://www.excalibur.com/parking
Grand Canyon South Rim Bus Tour
Saturday will allow for a full day of self exploration around Vegas. However, if you haven’t seen it before you might be interested in a tour to the south rim of the Grand Canyon and a stop by the Hoover Dam.
You can sign up as you register for the reunion. If you are interested, follow this link to learn more: https://www.canyontours.com/grand-canyon-south-rim-bus-tour/
*Don’t register on the link above. Select the tour as an option as you register for the event and we’ll take care of it on the backend.
Establish the 37th Alumni Mentorship Program to provide ongoing transition and career support to all 37th Armor veterans during transition and throughout all phases of their civilian careers.
Connect and leverage the broad experience, skills and professional networks of the 37th Armor alumni to maximize the career opportunities for 37th Armor veterans. Success is an active alumni network with alumni and fundraising resources that enable 37th Armor veterans to fully utilize their skills and abilities in the civilian workforce.
Concept of the Operation:
37th Alumni Mentorship Program Organizing Framework: The 37th Alumni organizes to provide specialized support to veterans in the following general categories:
- Chalk 1 Junior Enlisted and Officers
- Chalk 2 Mid-level NCOs and Officers
- Chalk 3 Retired NCOs and Officers
Thanks to Doug Batson for writing our first AMP blog! Great insights from Doug on 5 Adaptive Skills that can help transitions. AMP volunteers, let’s keep blogs and articles like this coming. Bob Hughes…email@example.com March 2020, Batson Blog #1: Courage Conquers, Adaptability Advances With heady victories in the Cold War and Operation Desert Storm, in the …
If you’re thinking about getting a certification before you leave the Army (or within a year after getting out), then take a look at what’s available from Military.com and the USO. It’s worth a few minutes to read the article at the link below. https://www.military.com/veteran-jobs/military-vets-spouses-get-free-training-certs-through-uso-partnership.html
Came across this site which gives great information and resources about transitioning, companies, education etc. https://www.gijobs.com/ Make sure to download the MOAT…Mother Of All Transitioning documents. Please add any other resources that you know of or ask questions to us and we’ll get back to you.