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Mr. J. Quincy Collins Jr.

Speaker for Enrichment Series

Celebrity Cruises Inc

HQ Phone: (305) 262-6677

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Celebrity Cruises Inc

1050 Caribbean Way

Miami, Florida 33132

United States

Company Description

Celebrity Cruises' iconic "X" is the mark of modern luxury, with its cool, contemporary design and warm spaces; dining experiences where the design of the venues is as important as the cuisine; and the amazing service that only Celebrity can provide, all ... more

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Employment History

Vice President

NAI Southern Real Estate

PW- Retired Ftr. Pilot

Prisoner of War, Hanoi, NVN


Multi-Million Dollar Club


B. S.

Business Administration


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I Am Old Glory | Garner Veterans Memorial [cached]

As presented by: Colonel J. Quincy Collins, Jr., USAF (Ret.)

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The commencement address was presented by Colonel J. Quincy Collins, Jr., a U.S. Air Force retiree and Vietnam POW.

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J. Quincy Collins, Jr. SIOR Vice President, Industrial Brokerage

J. Quincy Collins, Jr., SIOR Senior Vice President, Industrial Brokerage

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J. Quincy Collins, Jr. Vice President, Industrial Brokerage +1 (704) 375-1000

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The words and music of "The POW Hymn" were written by one of their own - Colonel J. Quincy Collins, USAF. In the absence of sheet music and a pen, he wrote the hymn on toilet paper, with a fish bone, employing red liquid from a diarrhea pill for ink. When the guards at the Vietnamese prison, dubbed "Camp Faith," were away, he and his fellow servicemen would practice the hymn.

"Sorry, we didn't have time but for one rehearsal - in the men's room at the Statler (Hilton Hotel) this afternoon," Collins told the crowd.
Then he turned to direct his choir. They sang his "POW Hymn" that he'd scribed with a fish bone and diarrhea pill. Afterward, Nixon leaped onto the stage and ran after Collins to shake his hand.
Forty years later, to the day, Col. Collins and sixteen members of his choir sang "The POW Hymn" once more - this time a full continent across from its American debut.

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