Colonel John Antal,
US Army (Retired)
This is a meeting that you
will not want to miss ...
We have an Incredible
speaker that we know you
will like to hear. This is a
very special luncheon and we
are honored to have a man of
this stature to speak for
us. He has served his
country for 30 years
retiring in 2003.
His last assignment
was as Operations
officer for the
62,000 soldier III
Armed Corps at Fort
Hood Texas.He has held
key positions in the U.S.
Army and was special
assistant to the Joint
Chief's of Staff. He's a
West Point graduate, Army
Command and General Staff
College. He schools ROTC
groups and takes these
groups to Normandy and also
to Vicksburg, Miss. for
reenactment of battle
scenes. He holds a Masters
of Military Arts and
In retirement he is VP for
Knowledge Operations for Gearbox Software in Plano.
TX. and Founding editor of Armchair General - a
military magazine. He is an author, historian,
speaker and soldier. He will be speaking about how
we all can make a difference and change today's
world for the better.
can even pay by
You can also
mail the Reservation coupon to
MOAA-GDC Programs, PO Box 515495, Dallas, TX 75251
more information or to make a phone reservation contact Dave
Schafer at (214) 577-4107or
The Park City Club
5956 Sherry Lane, Dallas, TX, 75225
17th Floor Dallas, Texas
Directions from Dallas North Tollway
Colonel John Antal,
US Army (Retired)
From the North - Heading south towards Northwest
Highway: Exit Northwest Hwy and keep straight
onto local road(s) Turn LEFT (East)
onto Northwest Hwy Turn RIGHT (South)
onto Douglas Ave Turn RIGHT
(West) onto Sherry Lane
From the South - Heading North
towards of Lovers Lane: Lovers Lane Exit, Road name changes to Lomo Alto Drive, Turn RIGHT (East) onto Sherry Lane.
The parking entrance is on the South side
of the street and at the West side of the building. You
enter and take a ticket from the automated machine; drive up
ramps to the second or upper levels and park at any
available space [the first level is generally full or
reserved]. There are signs to the parking elevator which you
take down to the lobby level and then change to the building
elevators; go to the 17th floor [club] and ask the person at
the desk for the MOAA luncheon room. Remember to get your
parking ticket validated.
June Luncheon Speaker - Col. Brian D.
Anderson, USAF (Ret) Deputy Director, Council and Chapter
Anderson served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force
in a wide range of command and staff assignments,
including tours at U.S. Central Command, MacDill
AFB, Fla., and the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization in Brussels, Belgium.
He retired in November 2010 following his last
assignment as the mission support group commander at
Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C., where he led a
multidisciplinary 1,500-person group in the
operations and administration of the base to support
more than 40,000 Air Force personnel and family
members in the national capital region.
|Anderson compiled more than 4,000
flying hours in various aircraft and was awarded an
Air Medal and Combat Action Medal as a B-52 aircraft
commander during Operation Enduring Freedom.
holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bowling Green State
University in Ohio and a Master of Arts in public
administration from the University of Colorado at
Colorado Springs, Colo.
He joined the staff of MOAA’s Career Transition
Services Department in August 2011, and in December
2012, he was named deputy director, Council and
Chapter Affairs Department.
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2015 Luncheon meetings are scheduled
for February 24, April 28, June 23, August
25 and October 27. Our
annual Holiday Gala is in December.
The MOAA-GDC Executive Committee typically
meets the third Saturday in January, March,
May, July, September, and November at 9AM.
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