Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard Photo Gallery
FBI Kancas City Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBIKCCAA) Spring Graduation and Award Ceremony Kansas City, Missouri May 3, 2012
Pictured here is the MOSSAR Color Guard, who presented the National Colors during the opening ceremony at the FBI Kancas City Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBIKCCAA) Spring Graduation and Award Ceremony in Kansas City, Missouri on May 3, 2012. Amy R. Bell, Cyntha A. Novak, and Charles A. Jordan were recipients of the NSSAR Medal of Heroism Award presented by Richard T. Bryant, FBIKCCAA Treasurer and MOSSAR Chancelleor.
The FBI Kansas City Citizens' Academy Alumni Association is a community-based and supported organization, distinct and separate from the FBI, designed to promote a safer community through community service projects and a process of educating business, labor, media, medical, minority, religious, government, senior citizens, and other community leaders about law enforcement, with particular emphasis on the mission, resources, and limitations of the FBI. Each member of the FBI Citizens' Academy Alumni Association is a graduate of an eight-week FBI Citizens' Academy Alumni Association curriculum which focuses on federal law enforcement issues and challenges. Graduates of the curriculum are eligible for participation in the FBI Citizens' Academy Alumni organization. That network of alumni meets periodically to update graduates on federal law enforcement issues and provide education on state and local law enforcement matters.
Photo (L-R): Compatriot James Scott, Western Color Guard Commander; Compatriot Wayne Merrill, Compatriot Al Paris; Compatriot Jesse Lybarger, Major General Robert L. Grover, MOSSAR Color Guard Commander and Compatriot Richard T. Bryant, FBIKCCAA Treasurer and MOSSAR Chancelleor.