Reunions


SHIPMATES: SEA CLASSICS publishes Naval/marine reunion announcements as a FREE public service in all but the JanuaryFebruary-December issues. Allow 60-days minimum lead time for your notice to appear. Notices MUST BE TYPEWRITTEN and contain only the basic information who, what, where and when.

Associations should also be aware that our BULK SUBSCRIPTION PROGRAM is a very effective method of raising funds for your organizations. For more information write to the address below. To assure that notices appear as early as possible, the envelope MUST BE ADDRESSED to:

REUNION NOTICES

SEA CLASSICS MAGAZINE

9509 VASSAR AVE., UNIT A,

CHATSWORTH, CA 91311-0883

2009

FEBRUARY

USS John Paul Jones Assoc 16-20 February 2009 at Nashville, TN. Contact: John McKechnie, (619) 435-3978; www.usslohnpauijones.org

East Coast All Seabee Reunion. 27 February-1 March 2009 at Hampton, VA. Contact Bill Annett, seabeebill© cox.net- or- Norm Hahn, Nhahnjr@sbcglobal.net- or - Dave Schill, DWSchill@comcast.net- or Bruce MacDougall, (804) 921-4753; SeabeeMacD40@comcast.net, www.vietnam-eraseabees.org/09_Reunion_flyer.pdf

MARCH

USS Navasota (AO-106). 2-4 March 2009 at Laughlin, NV. Contact: Jim Glaze, 3643 N. Estrella Rd., Golden Valley AZ, 86413; (928) 565-3577; iaglaze@irontiemet.net

VS-29 Tromboners (1960-1970s). 3-7 March 2009 at Pensacola, FL. Contact: John D. McCorquodale or Don Barnes; www.vs29.org; www.bluejacket.com/reunions.html

USS Von Steuben (SSBN-632). 25-29 March 2009 at Jacksonville, FL. Contact: Rick Wise, 111 Pinewood Dr., Summerville, SC 29483; (843) 875-5559; SSBN632REUNION@sc.rr.com

APRIL

USS Omaha (SSN-692). Cruise in Planning for April 2009. Contact: Stan Walton, oma-cnjise@comcast.net

NMCB 128. 14-17 April 2009 at Biloxi, Ml. Contact: George McDanel, (618) 2594694; McDanelGK@aol.com

USS Purdy (DD-734). 15-[?] April 2009 at Philadelphia, PA. Contact: Larry DiPasquale, 3744 Surrey Drive, Allentown, PA 18103-5329; (610) 433-4787; chiefdi@juno.com

VP-44, VPB-204, VP-204, & VPMS-4. 16-20 April, 2009 at Green Valley, AZ. Contact: Frank Kurkowitz, (520) 4954875; fdkusn@yahoo.com ; www. vpnavy. org/vp44. html; www.bluejacket.com/reunions.html.

USS Arcadia (AD-23). 19 April 2009 at Charleston, SC. Contact: USS Arcadia, PO Drawer 11399, Hickory NC 28603; (828) 256-6008

USS Catahoula Parish (LST-528). 16-19 April 2009 at Branson, MO. Contact: Jim Harbaugh, 501 N Ohio St., Tuscola, IL 61953-1575; (217) 253 3926; James.Harbaugh@netcare-il.com

USS John Hood (DD-655). 16-[?] April 2009 at Branson, MO. Contact: Richard (Dick) Habel, 1264 Urf Road, Cowlesville, NY 14037; (585) 937-6041; Oldyeiler1264@aol.com

USS Wahoo (SS-238/565). 16-19 April 2009 at Waikiki, Hawaii. Contact: Thomas Young, 1 Pine Knoll Dr., Atkinson, NH 03811-2251; (603) 362-5781; tank@tomandshirleyyoung.com

USS Plunger (SSN-595). 18-19 April 2009 at Las Vegas, NV. Contact: Arne Gonser, cargo3@dishmail.net

USS John A. Bole (DD-755). 19-[?] April 2009 at Seattle, WA. Contact: Mike (Tiny) Springer, 1604 E. 12th Street, Merrill, Wl 54452; (715) 536-1526; mikespringer755@charter.net

USS Nichols (DD/DDE-449 & FFG-47). 19-24 April 2009 at Charleston, SC. Contact: Thomas F. Sallee, Sr., (843) 821-9171; nancysallee@bellsouth.com

USS Saufley (DD/DDE-465). 20-[?] April 2009 at Fredericksburg, TX. Contact: Jerry Hambright, 1414 S. Monroe Street, San Angelo, TX 76901; (325) 653-3463

USS Goodrich (DD/DDR-831). 22-[?] April 2009 at Jacksonville, FL. Contact: Dan Germaine, 127 Hillside Avenue, Watchung, NJ 07069; (908) 500-3957

USS Mulllnnix (DD-944). 22-26 April 2009 at Baton Rouge, LA. Contact: Bob Houghton, 1144 Barfield St., Charleston, SC 29492; (302) 650-3042; muxassn@hotmail.com; DD944@HullNumber.com

USS Rich (DD-820/DDE-820). 22-25 April 2009 at LaCrosse, Wl. …

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