Amelia Island Charity Group

September 10, 2016 - Joggin for Frogmen 5K

Upcoming AICG Events

Come meet a Hero

On Thursday, Oct. 13, the Amelia Island Charity Group will host author and retired Navy Surface Warfare Officer Dick Couch for a talk and book signing. This special event will take place at the Amelia Island  Club's Palmetto Room at  5:45pm.

About Author Dick Couch
Dick Couch graduated from the Naval Academy in 1967 and served as a Surface Warfare Officer and SEAL Platoon Commander in Vietnam. Dick has enjoyed a unique relationship with the US Special Operations Command and has been allowed to document the special operations training venues for SEALs, Army Special Forces (Green Berets), Rangers, and Marines. He has been a professor at the US Naval Academy where he taught ethics and is often called on to speak to issues of character and moral battlefield conduct at the service academies and special operations component commands. He lives with his wife Julia in central Idaho. 

         Amelia Island Charity Group's MISSION

September 11, 2016 - Patriot Day Brunch

The topic of the talk will involve Military Ethics, and Special Operations. There will be refreshments and light hors d'oeuvres served. Dick Couch will be available for your questions and to sign copies of his new book, By Honor Bound.

About the Amelia Island Navy SEAL Foundation

To raise money, the proceeds of which will go to the Navy SEAL Foundation whose mission is to provide immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and their families.  Their mission was not created by war, but it has been made more important and difficult as a result of it.  Established to serve U.S. Navy SEALs, Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman, Naval Special Warfare (NSW) support personnel and their families; the Navy SEAL Foundation offers critical support to Navy Special Warfare commands, active duty personnel, their families and veterans of NSW.  As the duration and frequency of training and training and operational deployments continue and the stress on the families and operators grow, this important community requires support today more than ever.