San Antonio, TX September 22-26, 2021
Even if you can't make it, you can be there in
spirit and join in the fun.
Our annual 50-50 drawing is the biggest fundraiser that we have
to support the organization. Every penny that we collect is added up and split right down the middle. Half goes to offset
Association costs and the other half is split between 3 lucky sailors. You do not have to be present at the reunion to play
or win. If your name is drawn as one of our lucky sailors, we will mail you a check.
Here is a chance to cash
in on some big bucks. The more we sell, the bigger the prizes! Ticket sales for the 50-50 will continue until just before
the drawing, which will be at the Saturday evening banquet. Bring some of those pesky stickem address labels that show
up in your mailbox to stick on your entries at the reunion! Keep your eyes on the Facbook page and we will announce
the winners as they are drawn.
Click below, choose your tickets
and pay with PayPal...we will generate your tickets on the computer.
Remember, the drawing is always open to everyone,
regardless of whether or not you attend the reunion.
click the link below to go to the "Sweat
Shop", click 50-50 and choose your ticket options and pay with PayPal
|For all you sailors that can not be with us in San Antonio, I am collecting messages that I will
read at the banquet. Send salutations and greetings to email@example.com and I will make sure to pass them along.
They're baaaack! The ship crest pin is now available in the Ship Store.
2021 San Antonio reunion attendees will receive one in their
check in package
The reunion is on! September 22-27, 2021. Check out newsletter for info and registration
click here to download summer 2021 newsletter
One of my favorite pics from DC 2008. Would love to go back there and look for Gibbs! (Can you spot the boo
A message from JO3 Douglas Gorham 76-78
I was the ship's first journalist. No CCTV system when I first checked
onboard so I was assigned to deck. Moved around alot until system finally arrived and I was able to do journalist work.
Also started ship's first newspaper "Catch 22". Retired in '99 as a JOCM and went into teaching. Spent the next
20 years teaching physical education in elementary school.
Check out the"Sweat Shop"