The day celebrates explorer Christopher Columbus’ landing in the New World on October 12, 1492. Early that morning, a sailor on board the Pinta spotted land. The following day, 90 crew members of Columbus’ fleet of three ships arrived at the Caribbean island which he named San Salvador. San Salvador Island, also known as Watling Island, is part of the Bahamas. Columbus’ landing marked the end of a voyage that began around 10 weeks earlier in Palos, Spain and the launch of a new era of European exploration.

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On the evening of November 16th, the Alamo Chapter of AFCEA will host a fundraising benefit, including a Silent & Live Auction, during their 2021 Alamo ACE conference at San Antonio’s own La Cantera Resort & Spa to finance our Chapter’s Wounded Warrior and Military Families Endowment Fund. This fund allows our chapter to provide financial support to small local Texas non-profit agencies that support veterans, wounded warriors, and military families though a wide variety of community support programs. Many of our Government contractor community live and work the local area. The Alamo AFCEA Wounded Warrior and Military Family EndowmentRead More →