Congratulations! Westwood Post 320 Senior Baseball team is the 2014 District 6 Champion.

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American Legion Post 320,
Westwood, MA
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EEO 6/2/14

90 Deerfield Avenue, Westwood, Massachusetts 02090
 781-329-6241

 

Announcements:

Congratulations! Westwood Post 320 Senior Baseball team is the 2014 District 6 Champion.

Pictured is the 2014 Senior Team at the Department Championship with Department Commander Towers.

 

Depicted are Team Manager Dick Paster, Department Commander Charlie Towers and Past National Commander Jake Comer.


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In Memoriam

 

Comrade George J. Brennan, Jr., of Westwood,  pictured with Post Commander Dick Paster at the 2012 Memorial Day ceremony,  died March 2, 2014.  Comrade Brennan was a Marine Pilot during World War II, completing 245 combat missions in the South and Central Pacific up to Okinawa.  He flew the Douglas Dauntless Dive Bomber and the F4U Corsair, was shot down twice and quipped during his remarks as Grand Marshall of the Westwood Memorial Day ceremony in 2012 that his CO told him if he was shot down  once more he would be sent to the Japanese. George was awarded The Air Medal with 20 gold stars, The Navy Commendation Medal, The Presidential Unit Citation and Distinguished Flying Cross with 7 Gold Stars as well as numerous other campaign and service  medals for his distinguished service during WWII.  His service is noted on a plaque at the Smithsonian in Washington DC.   After the War George worked for Pratt & Whitney and founded Bay State College in Boston, serving as its President for over 40 years.

 

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