Friends of the Alumni

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CLICK HERE To Read a letter from one of the friends of the Alumni, Mr. Bineyam M. Gebrewold

Thank You

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Dear Friends
It is difficult to find the words to express our gratitude for the many kindnesses you have shown us during this sad time.
We are so grateful for all you have done for us. The cards, letters, phone and email messages, prayers, and visits meant a great deal to us as we struggled with our heartbreaking loss. Along with the emotional support you gave us, the meals, chores, and other gifts of your time, energy & financial support helped sustain us day to day.
We are unable to write individual thank yous to each one of you, given the great outpouring of support. Please know that your generosity and thoughtfulness have touched us deeply.
This week is much better, and though I know that grief takes its own time outside of out control, we are feeling grateful for the years we had with our son and for the time we are having with friends like you right now.
Knowing that we were not alone helped us bear our grief and sadness. Thank you for being there for us.
With sincere thanks,
Col. Lemma Beyene , Woizero Tersit Abebe and our children.

Re: Jagama Lema

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In Memoriam

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HMAHAA members are deeply saddened by untimely death of Jagama Lemma Beyene the son of Col. Lemma Beyene.

Merry Christmas From Col. Lema

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Col. Lema Beyene wishes all Alumni members a Merry Christmas and invites you to read the following article. Click on the link below to read the article.
COUP D’ETAT

Col. Lema Beyene’s email address is -> lbeyene@yahoo.com

KRISTOS – Narated by Col. Lema Beyene

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Read a moving story of an Ethiopian Solder by clicking on the link below:

KRISTOS

Written by Col. Lema Beyene GC 597

SELAMTA (Letter to the Alumni)!

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Dear Gentlemen and Heroes of the beloved country,

I just want to express how delighted I am to view your website, events and pictures. I have never joined the prestigious academy but i am one of those who grew up in Harar and with lots of memories as a small kid. I have watched the graceful formations, a few of the graduation marches and the colorful celebrations, even the melody of the music that was played for the evening gymnastic show (with torches)during graduation……I remember the various activities that me and friends used to simulate as young kids…. I have recently bought the valuable published book going through it puts me in a lot of emotions, nostalgic feelings and some time couldn’t help feeling sad seeing what ended up happening…….Summer of 1961( Eth Cal) I was attending summer school at Ras Mekonnen School where I some times watch the cadets on their breaks in the balcony. I would accompany any group with my tiny legs from the classroom building to the dining place beside Mobile…..I have lot and lots of vivid memories that I would some day put together and God Willing will publish…….I just don’t want to write unprepared with low flavor and some quality of literature that everyone enjoys….I liked what Col Beyene composed both on the book and recently on the website (Kale mehala)

Yours Sincerely

Kaale Mehala

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Enjoy the throw back to the yesteryear by clicking on the link below:

Kale Mehala

Lema Beyene GC 597

And Saving Lives!

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Please read the link below about Dr. Belay Abegaz. (GC 331)

Dr. Belay Abegaz, is an Ethiopian Pediatric Cardiologist

Hello from Mexico !

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DEAR SIRS,
I AM COL.DR HUSSEIN BESHIR AN ALUMNI OF THE THIRD COURSE, GC NUMBER 127 OF THE HMA HARAR. IT IS A GREAT HAPPINESS TO KNOW THAT OUR ALUMNI DOES STILL EXIST. I WAS GIVEN A SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDY MEDICINE IN MEXICO CITY AND UPON  COMPLETION OF GENERAL MEDICINE, I DID SPECIALIZATION IN GENERAL SURGERY. I RETURNED TO ETHIOPIA  AND WAS ASSIGNED TO EASTERN COMAND HOSPITAL, HARAR AS  A DIRECTOR  AND SURGEON OF THE EASTERN COMMAND HOSPITAL FOR 11 YEARS. LATER I WAS  ORDERED TO KEREN HOSPITAL FOR 11 MONTHS AFTER WHICH I WENT BACK TO HARAR .OUR TROOPS IN OGADEN AND  SURROUNDINGS WERE ATTENDED IN EASTERN COMMAND HOSPITAL. I WAS PERMITTED TO A SCHOLARSHIP BY ETHIOPIAN AND MEXICAN GOVERNMENT FOR A SUBSPECIALIZATION IN THORACIC SURGERY IN 1987 IN THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESPIRATORY DISEASES. HERE WE DID A LUNG TRANSPLANT PROGRAM  AND THE PATENT LIVED FOR  A LONG TIME.
I AM MARRIED WITH A MEXICAN WHO SPEAKS AMHARIC FLUENTLY AND ABOVE ALL SHE KNOWS HOW TO COOK “DORO WOT, ALICHA, KITFO AND SHIRO WOT”.
WE HAVE THREE DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON, BORN IN MEXICO AND ETHIOPIA; TWO OF OUR DAUGHTERS LIVE IN USA, WAHSINGTON DC AND NEW YORK, THE THIRD ONE LIVES IN MEXICO CITY ALL OF THEM MARRIED . OUR SON IS STUDYING IN ONE OF THE LOCAL UNIVERSITIES IN THE FEDERAL DISTRICT.
SHORTLY MY STORY. I WILL GET IN TOUCH WITH YOU SOON FOR MY MEMBERSHIP.
AN IN CASE ANY ONE OR ALL OF THE MEMBERS WOULD LIKE TO BE IN MEXICO, DONT  HESITATE TO CALL ME PLEASE.
MY PHONE NUMBER …. (please contact Webmaster for details)

ADIOS                                                                       COL DR HUSSEIN BESHIR BUSHRA NURITU
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