Tribute Dinner Honoring LTG James A. Willilams
Tribute Dinner Invitation Package.pdf
On December 5, 2010, the National Military Intelligence Association and the National Military Intelligence Foundation will honor LTG James A. Williams for his life-long service to the nation, the U.S. Army, the military intelligence profession, and The officers and directors of the National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA) and the National Military Intelligence Foundation (NMIF) invite you to attend a Tribute Dinner honoring LTG James A. Williams, USA (Ret) on December 5, 2010 at 6 p.m. The Tribute Dinner will honor LTG Williams with the NMIA Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing his service to the nation, the U.S. Army, the military intelligence discipline, and his community. As the longest serving Chairman of the NMIA Board of Directors, a former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, an educator, and a community leader, LTG Williams has set the standard for future members and leaders of the intelligence community. The Tribute Dinner will also recognize LTG Williams’ election as the first Fellow of the National Military Intelligence Foundation. This new award also recognizes the lifelong accomplishments of LTG Williams, and pays special tribute to his leadership in public awareness and education on intelligence matters.
The National Military Intelligence Association is the nation’s premier association of current and former practitioners, scholars, and observers of military intelligence disciplines and organizations. NMIA is dedicated to the professional development of military intelligence and kindred practitioners. NMIA sponsors two symposia each year, publishes both a newsletter and the American Intelligence Journal, and recognizes outstanding military intelligence professionals through its Awards Banquet each May.
The National Military Intelligence Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity founded in 2007 for the purpose of promoting public awareness and supporting education in military intelligence disciplines. NMIF has awarded more than $35,000 in scholarships for undergraduate and graduate studies in the past three years. The Foundation also supports the NMIA Awards Banquet as well as other activities of NMIA to recognize outstanding intelligence professionals.
Funds raised by this event will be used to establish an endowment for the National Military Intelligence Foundation to ensure that the scholarship program established by NMIA and sustained by NMIF can continue in the future.
Donations to the National Military Intelligence Foundation are deductible as charitable contributions, subject to the exclusion of fair market value of goods and services received.