It is with heart felt sadness. Past district 7 Commander R. P. Johnson better known as Senior Chief to his COAP brothers and sisters. Sr. Chief Johnson was a great Patriot, friend and mentor and has left us to join the lord's Navy in Heaven, You will be dearly missed Sr. Chief! All our love and sincere condolences to Mrs. Teresa Johnson loving wife.


Services will be held Thurs. 4/27/2017 11:00 am at the Bushnell National Cemetary. There will be a Celebration of Life service held right after at VFW POST 8189.

RIP SR. Chief.


​Update:  Thank you to all that came out and showed your support for R.P.  He would have been so proud.

UPCOMING EVENTS

May 13, 2017 - We are hosting a community yard sale to raise funds for our "Spring Event" in May.  Come out and sell your items, or donate them to us and we will sell them.  Any items that are not sold will be donated to a local charity thrift store.

​May 20, 2017 - Celebration of Life for Charles "Chuck" Lindsay.




   VETERANS: WE ARE HERE TO HELP

   You may contact us by sending an email to:                   EMAILCOAP@GMAIL.COM



An 82 yr old disabled Marine Veteran Jim Potts contacted Mike Arnold of the Chronicle hoping to find help to do repairs on his home., unfortunately Mr. Potts never left a phone number. That did not stop Mr. Arnold he located this Veteran in need and put him in touch with COAP.. Two of our members volunteered  "VP" Daviid  "Croc"  Praet and member Paul Hines  took action and in a matter of 3 hrs completed the necessary repairs on Mr. Potts home. But thats not the end of this Story, Jim was so grateful and moved by the outpoor and quick response he received  that he handed our VP "Croc" a check for fifty dollars and asked that we use it to help another Veteran. God Bless you Mr. Potts and Thank You for your Service to our Country.

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.        

-Thomas Jefferson

Our dear friend and Brother, Charles "Chuck" Lindsay was killed in a tragic accident on May 6th.  Chuck was a great partriot, a gentle hearted man, and a great friend. He brightened the lives of all that met him.  We will miss Chuck dearly.  It is truly a sad day for his brothers and sisters at COAP.  Please keep his family in your prayers.  A Celebration of Life will be held for our comrade on May 20th from 4PM to whenever, at Big Tony's Hideout (the tiki), located behind Castaways Bar & Grill. Please come out and celebrate the life of a very unique individual, with a heart bigger than all outdoors! DJ Billy C will provide the Karaoke, with Gypsy Rain to follow at 8PM

         General Meetings:

​Held the 4th Monday of the month.

Location- Tony's Hideout (Tiki out back) @ Castaways Bar & Grill, Crystal River, FL.


0fficers meeting 5:30-6:30pm

General Meeting 6:30 - 7:30 pm​