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Camp Edwards, Massachusetts. 09 August 2014 Captain Gerard C. McCarthy, Captain Commanding of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts (right), presented two awards to OCS graduate 2nd Lt. Vincent Ross, Class 081 (center), during a commissioning ceremony. Read more.

NEWS: Read about June Day wreath laying ceremonies, Presidents' Day event, and other activities of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts. (read more news)

Upcoming Public Events

Boston, MA 11 November. Veterans Day Ceremony at Statehouse.

Plymouth, MA 22 November. Plymouth Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Faneuil Hall, Boston, MA. 01 December. Toys for Tots and Clothing Drive for Homeless Veterans. Collection outside Faneuil Hall. Evening only!

Somerville, MA 01 January 2015. 239th Anniversary of Raising of 1st American Flag.

Salem Common, Salem. MA. Saturday 05 April 2015. Salem Muster.

More parade and ceremony information...

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AHAC Meetings & Events

1st Fall Meeting Tuesday 02 September, Bon Voyage 10 September, 2nd Fall Meeting Tuesday 22 September...view calendar


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Honorable Artillery Company of London to participated in June Day Parade, service was held in Trinity Church...read more!

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Museum Exhibits

NEW JFK Photograph placed on exhibit! Information on current and upcoming displays and exhibits..

We Are: The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company --- AHAC --- Massachusetts Militia --- a patriotic service organization preserving historic and patriotic traditions of Boston, Massachusetts, and the United States. We are the oldest chartered military organization in the western hemisphere. Internationally, the Ancients have helped develop new friendships with emerging democracies in Eastern Europe. Historically, members of this Company have served in every Massachusetts colonial war and national conflict since the company's founding in 1638. The Company is a member of the Centennial Legion of Historical Military Commands. (learn more)

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