ASC historian speaks at Danish Sisterhood lodge

By Paul Levesque, Army Sustainment Command Public AffairsJune 26, 2012

Alex Cahill of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command History Office leads a presentation on the history of Rock Island Arsenal at a luncheon meeting of Lodge 3 of the Danish Sisterhood of America in Davenport, Iowa, June 14.  The presentation was the latest in a series being held by the History Office to mark the Arsenal's 150th anniversary.  The Danish Sisterhood of America is a social organization devoted to strengthening, maintaining and preserving Danish heritage and traditions.The Davenport lodge was founded in 1884.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Alex Cahill of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command History Office leads a presentation on the history of Rock Island Arsenal at a luncheon meeting of Lodge 3 of the Danish Sisterhood of America in Davenport, Iowa, June 14. The presentation was the latest in a series being held by the History Office to mark the Arsenal's 150th anniversary. The Danish Sisterhood of America is a social organization devoted to strengthening, maintaining and preserving Danish heritage and traditions.The Davenport lodge was founded in 1884. (Photo Credit: Paul Levesque, Army Sustainment Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Alex Cahill of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command History Office speaks with Sue Carol Vroman, president of Lodge 3 of the Danish Sisterhood of America, following his presentation on history of Rock Island Arsenal at the lodge's luncheon meeting held in Davenport, Iowa, June 14 . The presentation was the latest in a series being held by the History Office to mark the Arsenal's 150th anniversary.  The Danish Sisterhood of America is a social organization devoted to strengthening, maintaining and preserving Danish heritage and traditions. The Davenport lodge was founded in 1884.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Alex Cahill of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command History Office speaks with Sue Carol Vroman, president of Lodge 3 of the Danish Sisterhood of America, following his presentation on history of Rock Island Arsenal at the lodge's luncheon meeting held in Davenport, Iowa, June 14 . The presentation was the latest in a series being held by the History Office to mark the Arsenal's 150th anniversary. The Danish Sisterhood of America is a social organization devoted to strengthening, maintaining and preserving Danish heritage and traditions. The Davenport lodge was founded in 1884. (Photo Credit: Paul Levesque, Army Sustainment Command Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL