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1942 - Ronald Reagan applied for a transfer from the Cavalry to the Army Air Force (AAF).

1969 - California Governor Ronald Reagan sent the California Highway Patrol and other officers to quell the protests at UC Berkeley.

1985 - President Reagan met with Trustees of the Reagan Library and Museum.

1985 - President Reagan received the Bertha A. Adkins Memorial Award for Outstanding Senior Citizens.


Ronald Reagan Quotes

In the end, the war on crime will only be won when an attitude of mind and a change of heart takes place in America, when certain truths take hold again and plant their roots deep in our national consciousness, truths like: right and wrong matters; individuals are responsible for their actions; retribution should be swift and sure for those who prey on the innocent.
- President Ronald Reagan, September 28, 1981



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