You’re Invited! Our First In-Person Event Of 2021

An item from a fellow veterans organization in the Bay Area.

Lt Col Jeff Tice, USAF (Ret)

A Guest of Saddam: 46 days as a Prisoner of War

Lt Col Jeff Tice, USAF (Ret)

8 September 2021 – 6:00pm
Marines’ Memorial Club – 609 Sutter St (@ Mason), San Francisco

Member Tickets: Free, Non-Member Tickets: $20

In January 1991, on the second day of Desert Storm’s “Shock & Awe” campaign, Lt Col Jeff Tice’s F-16 was hit by an Iraqi surface to air missile.  He would become one of 23 U.S. prisoners of war from that conflict.


We are honored to have Lt Col Tice share his story with Marines’ Memorial on September 8th during our first in-person event of 2021.  We hope you can join us for Lt Col Tice’s riveting presentation.

Lt Col Jeff Tice, USAF (Ret)

About Lt Col Jeff Tice, USAF (Ret):
Lt Col Tice retired from the US Air Force in 1999 after serving 22 years on active duty as a fighter pilot. He amassed over 3,000 hours of flight time in F-111, F-5 and F-16 jets. He served in combat as a Flight Commander and Assistant Operations Officer during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm.

After retirement from the USAF, he flew as a Commercial Airline Pilot for American Airlines in the MD-80, Boeing 737, 757, 767 aircraft on both domestic and international routes. Lieutenant Colonel Tice retired from American Airlines in 2012. He is currently on the Board of Directors with Marines’ Memorial Foundation and volunteers for several other nationwide military-related charities.

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