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Q: What is the most appropriate way to personalize a brick for a military veteran under the Navy Park Brick Program?
A: The first set of personalized bricks have been placed in Navy Park at The Glen Town Center and are available for immediate viewing. We recommend that you visit Navy Park for ideas, write down the concepts you like, and bring these and any military information you have on the veteran you wish to memorialize to the temporary Naval Air Station Glenview Museum (once opened). If you do not live in the Chicago land area, or otherwise are unable to visit Navy Park for ideas, please contact Ret. Lt. Col. Gerritt Van Wissnink at vanwissink@compuserve.com, or contact him at 847-827-0555, for Navy Park Brick Program assistance

Q: What is the most effective way to inquire as to the status of personalized bricks on order, or to notify Hangar One of any changes to personalized bricks on order, under the Navy Park Memorial Brick Program?

A: Contributors to Hangar One via the purchase of personalized bricks are reminded of two issues.

The first issue is that there is a limited amount of space in Navy Park for approximately 1000 personalized bricks, and Hangar One is selling the referenced bricks under the Navy Park Memorial Brick Program on a first come first served basis. At January 1 2004, there is space in Navy Park f

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or approximately 500 more bricks. All orders will be returned unprocessed to Contributors to Hangar One once no available space in Navy Park exists, and the Navy Park Memorial Brick Program is terminated. After the referenced Program is terminated, Hangar One is considering the creation of a Glen Town Center Memorial Brick Program, for the purchase of personalized bricks for installation at strategic locations on Tower Drive in the Glen Town Center. Hangar One will keep its members and supporters informed of the status of the Navy Park Memorial Brick Program and the Glen Town Center Memorial Brick Program.

The second issue is the cycle time from order entry to installation for bricks purchased under the Navy Park Memorial Brick Program. During construction season, under the best of circumstances, there is a 90-120 day time from order purchase and processing to installation in Navy Park. PLEASE NOTE THAT Hangar One CANNOT GUARANTEE BRICK INSTALLATIONS IN TIME FOR INCLUSION IN THE JUNE 19, 2004 CELEBRATORY EVENTS FOR ANY BRICK ORDERS RECEIVED AFTER APRIL 2, 2004.
Orders received after July 31, 2004 will likely not be installed in Navy Park until the spring of 2005. However, Hangar One will acknowledge each personalized brick order via letter and certificate after said order is received and processed by Hangar One.

Changes to the wording of personalized bricks are available on a case-by-case basis. Please contact Ret. Lt. Col. G.E. Van Wissnink at vanwissink@compuserve.com, or contact him at 847-827-0555, for Navy Park Brick Program assistance. anent units there for many years, and even the Air Force had a small contingent for a time.