1st Annual Catfish Fundraiser
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The Red Lion Project is holding the 1st Annual Catfish Fundraiser, Saturday May, 9th 2015, in honor of the Fallen Marines of the HMH 363, Cpl. Joey Logan, Capt. Dan Bartle, Capt. Nathan McHone, Cpl. Kevin Reinhard, Cpl. Jesse Stites and Msgt. Travis Riddick. Fishing starts at sunrise and the final weigh in is at 3pm at Stow Away Marina, 13988 Calvary Road, Willis, TX 77318. Download more information and registration forms here. Complete and mail registration forms to 502 West Montgomery #342, Willis, TX 77378. Pre-Registration forms must be received no later than May 1st 2015. Entry Donation of $30.00 per person, Veterans Sponsor Donation of $50.00 per person and BBQ Meal at $10.00 per plate can be paid by credit card below or by sending a check or money order with your registration form to the Red Lion Project, 502 W. Montgomery # 342, Willis TX 77378. The Red Lion Project needs your help organizing and promoting this great event! We are looking for Boat Captains to honor our disabled heroes with a day of fishing on Lake Conroe. Call 936-228-7034 to volunteer, ask questions or get additional information. Proceeds will be used to support the Red Lion Project here in Texas and in Montana. Please follow these instructions to pay by credit card: 1 – Download a registration form here. 2 – Print, complete and sign your registration form. 3 – Enter the donation amount below that matches the donation amount on your completed form then click […]

Red Lions Catfish Tournament
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The Red Lions Catfish Tournament is being officially announced. It will be held on May 9th 2015, Saturday, at the Stow- Away Marina on Lake Conroe here in Texas. We need help organizing and promoting this great event! Looking for boat captains to take disabled veterans fishing! Proceeds will be used to support the RED LIONS PROJECT here in Texas and in Montana. Semper Fi and God bless all our troops!

The Last Flight
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It amazes me how so many people, places and things come together. The memories of war and the men who fought them are always there. This is the case of one young Marine, James Boswell. James was a member of the HMH 363 RED LIONS on the deployment when Iron Tail 06 went down. James contacted me along with his mother, Candace Lea, about a picture he took of a helicopter. At first it was a photo of a beautiful sunset and a helicopter sitting on the tarmac. The deployment was the Red Lions sundown mission and after returning from Afghanistan the unit was going to be disbanded. The unit had been in existence for 60 years as a combat support air wing. The event that was to take place would make this photo a memorial for our Fallen Six. This helicopter was #45 the one they flew the very next night of the crash. No one could have known. James sent this photo back to his mother and she had a memorial sign made honoring our men. They both wanted to know if I wanted a copy of this part of our son’s life in the Marines. The answer was yes! It would mean a lot us and we would cherish it. About a week later I received the picture and the emotions welled up again. This sign will be placed in the Cabins in Montana as a memorial to honor and remember our crew of great Marines. Thank […]