The Veterans' Council of St. Johns County and The St. Augustine 450th Military Commemoration Committee
is proud to announce a
Presentation by LTC. ret. Gregory A. Moore, Florida National Guard Command Historian:
The National Cemetery at St. Augustine - A Testament to Military History and Heroes
Tuesday, 19 November, at 7 PM
In the Ringhaver Student Center , Virginia Room , at Flagler College
Public Invited - Free Program
Colonel Moore will be drawing from his newly published book
Sacred Ground: The Military Cemetery at St. Augustine , the Nation’s oldest, and copies will be available after his talk for purchase and signature by the author. Call 823-0696 for questions.
|Gregory A. Moore|
Biographical Data: Lt. Col (Ret.) Gregory A. Moore
Gregory A, Moore ( B.A. , U.S. Military Academy , 1974: J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School , 1982) is Command Historian of the Florida National Guard, where he has served since June 5, 2001. In addition to his responsibilities of preserving the history and traditions of the Florida National Guard he is tasked with educating members of the public, as well as the organization, about that history through publications of monograms, maintenance and operation of the St. Francis Barracks Museum, and guided tours of the Barracks and Post of St. Augustine, to include the national Cemetery. Over the years, Colonel Moore has served as a board member or trustee of a number of historically-oriented organizations, to include the Seminole Wars Foundation, St. Augustine Historical Society and Fort Mose Historical Society. His paper, "The 1702 Siege of St. Augustine: English Miscalculation of Spanish Good Fortune," was read at the symposium, "Firestone and Ashes: the Siege of 1702," sponsored by the St. Augustine Historical Society, and appeared in El Escribano in 2002.