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Contact Information for Class of 1932

 

Giving 

The Class of 1932 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1933

Giving

The Class of 1933 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1934
Class History 

 

Giving 

The Class of 1934 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1936

Corr. Sec'y: Gordy Carmichael Seaman

Giving 

The Class of 1936 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1937

Honorary Vice-President: Meredith Minter-Hinkle 

Shipmate Class Contact: Meredith Minter-Hinkle 
 

Giving

The Class of 1937 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1938

President:
Vice-President:
Secretary:  Donald E. Brown: Son of the late Captain Donald C. Brown, USN (Ret.)
Treasurer: 
Shipmate Class Contact: Donald E. Brown: Son of the late Captain Donald C. Brown, USN (Ret.)

Giving

The Class of 1938 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1939

Website Address:
http://usna1939.com/

President: Lloyd R. Vasey
Website Contact: Roland Schumann
Secretary: Barbara Fidel Adams
Assistant Treasurer: Barbara Fidel Adams

 

Giving

The Class of 1939 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1940

President: 
Honorary Vice-President: 
Secretary: 
Treasurer
Shipmate Class Contact: 

Class History 

Giving 

The Class of 1940 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Naval Academy Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1941

President
Treasurer:
Shipmate Class Contact:  

Giving 

The Class of 1941 is currently supporing the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1942

President: 
Vice President: John (Jack) W. Crawford
Secretary: Joan Curtis

Class History

Giving 

The Class of 1942 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1943

President:  Leslie R. Heselton
Shipmate Class Contact: Leslie R. Heselton
Corresponding Secretary: Leslie R. Heselton

Giving

The Class of 1943 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1944

 

Giving

The Class of 1944 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1945

President: George F. Ellis
Vice-President:
William P. Cosgrove
Secretary: 
 
Treasurer:
Robert O. Sherman 
Shipmate Class Contact:
Emil Saroch
Class History

Giving

The Class of 1945 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1946

President: Ernest E. Lowen   
Vice-President:  
Secretary: Anton C. Hansmann
Treasurer: 
Shipmate Class Contact:  
Corresponding Secretary
Web Contact: Anton C. Hansmann

Giving

The Class of 1946 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1947

President: Jack M. Stevens 
Vice-President: Howard G. Heininger 
Secretary: Eileen Marousek
Treasurer:  
Acting Shipmate Class Contact: Eileen Marousek   

Giving

The Class of 1947 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1948

Website Address:
http://1948.usnaclasses.com

Treasurer: Charles Mertz 
Web Contact: John C. Tsiknas
Shipmate Class Contact: David C. Carruth
Corresponding Secretary: David C. Carruth

Giving

The Class of 1948 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1949

Website Address:
http://www.usna-class49.org

President: Robert R. Tolbert
Vice President: Richard A. Claytor
Secretary: Paul H. Laric
Treasurer: William W. Bennett
Webmaster: Robert R. Tolbert 
Shipmate Class Contact: Paul H. Laric

Giving

The Class of 1949 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1950

Website Address: usna50.mysite.com

President: Thomas H. Ross 
Vice-President: John J. McNally 
Secretary: John J. McNally 
Treasurer: William K. Rockey 
Web Contact: J. Patrick Kittler 
Shipmate Class Contact: Charles L. Mull 
Corresponding Secretary: Charles L. Mull

Giving

The Class of '50 is supporting the Museum Maintenance Fund and the Naval Academy Fund and encourages class members to split their gift between those two funds.

The beautifully renovated Museum demonstrates the contributions of Naval Academy graduates during times of both war and peace, documents the history of the Naval Academy and explores the influence of technology on the Naval Service. Preble Hall stands as a proud reminder of our Naval Heritage, instilling in Midshipmen a knowledge of the history and heritage of the U.S. Navy and the Naval Academy, supplementing classroom instruction and motivating young people to become part of the Brigade of Midshipmen and to begin a career of service to their Nation.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1951

Website Address:
http://www.usna51.com

President: Leland S. Kollmorgen 
Vice-President: Thomas A. Boyce
Secretary: Wallace G. Christner 
Treasurer: Frank T. Shaver 
Fundraiser: Guy H. Shaffer
Web Contact:
Samuel P. Ginder

Giving

The Class of '51 is supporting the Naval Academy Museum Maintenance Fund including support to the Ship Gallery maintenance program at the Museum. The Class is also supporting the Naval Academy Fund and encourages class members to split their gift between the Museum and the Annual Fund.

The beautifully renovated Museum demonstrates the contributions of Naval Academy graduates during times of both war and peace, documents the history of the Naval Academy and explores the influence of technology on the Naval Service. Preble Hall stands as a proud reminder of our Naval Heritage, instilling in Midshipmen a knowledge of the history and heritage of the U.S. Navy and the Naval Academy, supplementing classroom instruction and motivating young people to become part of the Brigade of Midshipmen and to begin a career of service to their Nation.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1952

Website Address:
http://www.toughshoes52.org

President: John (Jack) C. Young 
Vice-President: Jerome Rapkin 
Vice-President:  
Secretary: William J. Laux 
Treasurer: Richard E. Denfeld 
Shipmate Class Contact: William J. Laux 
Web Contact: Jerrold M. Zacharias

Giving

The Class of 1952 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1953

Website Address:
http://www.usna53.org

President: Christos Zirps
Vice-President: Alvin S. Glazier
Vice-President: Arthur C. Bivens
Secretary: Peter R. Walker
Treasurer: Darrell D. Dempster
Corresponding Secretary: Arthur C. Bivens
Shipmate Class Contact: Arthur C. Bivens
ALITC: 
Web Contact: Paul L. Dudley

Giving

The Class of 1953 is currently supporting the maintenance of the Class of 1953 Memorial Plaza and Pavilion at the north end of the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and the Naval Academy Fund.  Class members are encouraged to split their gift between the '53 Stadium Maintenance Fund and the Naval Academy Fund.

The Class of ’53 Fund will be used by the Academy and NAAA for the sole purpose of upkeep, maintenance, and improvement of the Class of 1953 Memorial Plaza, which includes the Pavilion and its surrounding gardens, memorials, and buildings.  This effort will aid in allowing the Academy to have one of the finest athletic facilities in the nation and will continue to provide a special memorial to the most-worthy heroes it honors.  

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1935

President: Ed Keats

 

Giving

The Class of 1935 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events 

Click here for the Reunion Test Registration.

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Contact Information for Class of 1954

Website Address:
http://www.54net.org

President: George V. Zeberlein
Vice-President: 
William W. Hoover 
Secretary: Philip N. Livingston 
Treasurer:
Robert R. Briner
Shipmate Class Contact: Philip N. Livingston
Corresponding Secretary: Philip N. Livingston
Web Contact:
William H. Croom
ALITC:
George V. Zeberlein

Giving

The Class of 1954 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1955

Website Address:
http://1955.usnaclasses.com/index.html

President: J. Theodore Parker   
Vice-President: Robert R. Fountain 
Secretary: Thomas F. Stallman
Treasurer: Robert B. Pirie 
Shipmate Class Contact: Fred B. Schoenberger 
Corresponding Secretary: Fred B. Schoenberger

Giving

The Class of 1955 is currently supporting A&SP Prep-School scholarships and the Naval Academy Fund.

A&SP Prep-School scholarships enable a year of prep-school study for USNA candidates who show exceptional promise to the Admissions Board, but who need additional preparation to equip them to academically succeed at the Academy.  Each year 60 to 70 candidates are asked to participate in this program and scholarships to help defray tuition, fee and room and board cost are granted on the basis of need.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1956

Website Address:
http://www.usna56.org

President: George Mushalko
Secretary: Douglas F. Hayman
Treasurer:  Clyde G. Hohenstein
Shipmate Class Contact: Daniel T. Garges
Web Contact: Robert M. Keller
Class History

Giving

The Class of 1956 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1957

Website Address:
http://1957.usnaclasses.com

President: David S. Cooper
Vice-President: William H. Peerenboom
Secretary: Paul O. Behrends
Treasurer: John D. Regenhardt
Corresponding Secretary: Frederic N. Howe
Shipmate Class Contact: Frederic N. Howe
Web Contact: Charles R. Hall

 

Giving

The Class of 1957 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1958

Website Address:
http://1958.usnaclasses.com

President: Gordon M. Gerson
Vice-President:
John F. Gamboa
Secretary:
Jean LeBer
Treasurer:
Harry H. Hurst
Web Contact:
Alfred E. Victor
Corresponding Secretary:

Shipmate Class Contact:
William G. Schramm

Giving

The Class of 1958 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us for our 60th reunion in Annapolis, MD October 18-21, 2018!

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Reunion Schedule of Events:

Thursday 18 October
1300 - 1630 Hospitality Room Open (Windjammer Room – Ground Floor, Loews)
1400 - 2100  Reunion Check-in (Skipjack Room, #362 - Loews)
1500 - Hotel Check In Best Western
1600 - Hotel Check-in – Loews
1700 & 1730 Transportation to Waterfront for Dinner Cruise
1800 – 2100 Dinner Cruise (Reservations Required)
Return transportation to hotels
Alternative evening events

Friday 19 October
0800-1200  Reunion Check-in (Skipjack Room, Loews)
0915   Transportation to USNA for Memorial Service
1000 - 1100  Memorial Service in USNA Chapel
1100 - 1200  View Larson bust in Larson Hall, and tour museum
1200 - 1330  Lunch at USNA Club (Reservations Required  - max 280)
1350 - Reunion Classes addressed by Superintendent in Alumni Hall
1600 - Observe Parade on Warden Field (optional return transportation back to hotels in lieu of parade)
Transportation back to hotels after parade
REUNION 60 Reception Cocktail Party and Dinner at Loews (Reservations Required). Complimentary Wine/ Cash Bar 1900 Dinner 2000

Saturday 20 October
Morning is open. Individuals and Companies convene as you desire. Transportation to Midshipman Store will be scheduled.
0730 – 1330 Hospitality Room Open
1300 - Transportation to Stadium
1330 - Catered Tailgate at Class of ’53 Pavilion (Reservations Required, Football ticket Required) Catering will continue until 30 minutes after    Blue and Gold
1530 - Beat Houston
1900 – 2000 Return Transportation to Hotels
Evening free

Sunday 21 October
0900 – 1100  The only event scheduled by the board today is the Brunch in King Hall. Transportation in both directions will be provided
Farewell

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Click here for reunion reports.  (limited access)

 
 
 

Contact Information for Class of 1959

Website Address: http://www.usna1959.com/

Chair of the Exec. Committee and Acting Class President:
Gerald G. Garbacz
Vice President: William Garrett 
Secretary: Charles C. Pease
Treasurer: Joseph P. Ford
Web Contact: Peter C. Stout
ALITC: Martin J. Finerty
Shipmate Class Contact: Charles C. Pease
Class History

 

Giving

The Class of 1959 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Annual Fund. The Naval Academy Annual Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Annual Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis for our 59 year reunion October 4-7, 2018!

To register click here! 

Schedule at a Glance:

Thursday 4 October     

1530-1800 Registration/Reunion Check-In at Hilton Garden Inn
1530-1630 Trolley Tour of Historic Annapolis

Friday 5 October     
0900-1800 Registration/Reunion Check-In at Hilton Garden Inn
1030-1130 Memorial Service Main Chapel
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1330-1430 Trolley Tour
1350-1500 USNA Leadership Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome, Location TBD
1500-1600 USNA Virtual Tour, Location TBD
1530-1630 Trolley Tour
1700-2300 Company Parties (Check with Company Rep for details)

Saturday 6 October  
0800-0900 Fun Walk Departing the Hilton Garden Inn
0900-1330 Golf USNA Course/Tennis USNA Courts
0900-1200 Registration/Reunion Check-In at Hilton Garden Inn
1000-1100 Trolley Tour
1130-1230 Trolley Tour
1300-1600 Registration/Reunion Check-in at N Star Room NMCMS
1300-1930 Navy VS Air Force Away Football Game Buffet, N Star Banquet Room NMCMS

Sunday 7 October   
1000-1430 Farewell Brunch at the Naval Academy Club

 

 

News

 

 

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Click here for reunion reports (restricted access).

 
 
 

Contact Information for Class of 1960

Website Address:
http://www.usna60.com/

President: 
John J. Michalski
Vice-President: Peter G. Chabot
Secretary: William E. Lewis
Treasurer: Edmund L. Mangan
ALITC: Robert E. Osmon
Shipmate Class Contact: William E. Lewis
Web Contact: Richard T. Harper
Corresponding Secretary: William E. Lewis

 

Giving

The Class of 1960 is currently raising $1,000,000 for its 60th Reunion Class Project, including $700,000 to expand our support of the 1960 Distinguished Visting Professor in National Security fund, $150,000 for the 1960 Athletic Excellence fund and $150,000 for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our continued support of the Distinguished Visitng Professor (DVP) in National Security project will build and expand our prior success in funding the important endeavor. This expansion will include the funding of USNA approved advanced programs of study for midshipmen showing an interest in and aptitude for National Security Affairs.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy's objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation's most comprehensive athletic programs. The fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1961

Website Address:
http://www.usna61.org

President: Jerome F. Smith
Executive Vice-President: J.H. Bower, Jr.
Vice-President: Jerome C. Rosenberger
Vice-President, Development: William P. Ciesla
Vice-President, Communications & Web Contact: Howard T. Winfree
Secretary: Robert W. Sherer
Treasurer: Warren D. Hoppe
Corresponding Secretary (Shipmate): Edward S. McGinley II

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1961 is currently supporting the Class of 1961 Professor of Leadership Education, the ’61 USNA Support Fund and the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that gifts are split 66.67% for the Professor of Leadership Education and 16.67% each for the Support Fund and the Naval Academy Fund.

The Class of 1961 continues to raise funds to support the Class of 1961 Professor of Leadership Education and donations to funds 776100 or 826100 will be used for the sole purpose of supporting this faculty position at the U. S. Naval Academy.

The ’61 USNA Support Fund is currently dedicated to support of the USNA Pipes and Drums Corps. This Corps was founded with seed money provided by the Class of 1961 and ‘61 continues to provide support for uniforms, equipment and training for the Pipes and Drums. The Class of 1961 is recognized for their support at every performance and appearance by the Pipes and Drums.

Additionally, funds are being raised to support the Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference (NAFAC). Each year, NAFAC brings to the Naval Academy more than 150 superb students from colleges and universities throughout the United States and more than a dozen foreign countries for three days of critical discussions, lectures, informal exchanges and social events. The Class of 1961 members of the 20th Company have initiated a fundraising effort that will name the NAFAC Keynote Address in honor of LCDR J.J. Connell, USN (Class of '61) who was involved in the formation of NAFAC as a midshipman.  J.J. Connell was given the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism as a POW in North Vietnam from April 1968 - June 1969.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1962

Website Address:
http://www.nampows.org/62.html

President:  Walter F. Wellham
Vice-President: Peter G. Odell (East Coast)
Vice-PresidentJohn S. Sramek (West Coast)
Secretary: Howard S. Pinskey
Treasurer: 
Web Contact: Richard C. Lee
ALITC: Geoffrey A. Nelson
Web Contact: Gordon S. Lingley
Shipmate Class Contact: Howard S. Pinskey
Corresponding Secretary: Howard S. Pinskey
Class History 

Giving

The Class of 1962 is currently supporting a Resident Ethics Fellow in the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 80% for the Ethics Fellow and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our class's support for a Resident Ethics Fellow within in the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL) will fund the compensation, travel, publication, administrative assistance and program participation expenses (e.g., participation as a visiting speaker, participation in a lecture series, curriculum development expenses, event participation) that are directly related to the research, teaching and scholarly activity of the Resident Ethics Fellow position and are not a part of the normal general and administrative and overhead expenses of the CEL.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1963

Website Address:
http://www.usna63.org

President: William S. Johnson
Vice-President: James E. Ring
Secretary: Michael H. Shelley
Treasurer: Allan Sherman
ALITC: Ronald J. Klemick
Shipmate Class Contact: Michael H. Shelley
Corresponding Secretary: Michael H. Shelley
Class History

Giving

The Class of 1963 is currently supporting the Class of ’63 Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) as well as the Naval Academy Fund.

‘63 has raised over $6.3 million to support the operations of the ’63 CAE.  Our gifts are helping the Academy continue to provide academic counseling and advising, study and learning skill strategies and tutoring services for all at-risk Midshipmen and any seeking to improve their scholastic performance and better achieve their academic goals.  There are Midshipmen who will improve their grades with help from the '63 CAE and who, without our support, may have been separated due to academic failure.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1964

Website Address:
http://www.usna64.org

President: Joseph B. Green
Vice-President: Gordon H. Clow
Treasurer: David A. Wagner
Web Contact: Earle S. Bushnell
Shipmate Class Contact: Roland P. Marquis
Corresponding Secretary: William P. Sargent
ALITC: Joseph B. Green
Class History

Giving

The Class of 1964 is currently supporting the Integritas Film Project within the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, Athletic & Scholarship Programs (A&SP) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 58% for Integritas, 25% for A&SP and 17% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The Integritas Film Project will use the power of modern branding techniques as well as multiple channels of communication to produce and deliver a coordinated series of short, inspirational messages designed to instill in midshipmen the key ethical concepts that must govern their lives in and out of uniform.

A&SP Prep-School scholarships enable a year of prep-school study for USNA candidates who show exceptional promise to the Admissions Board, but who need additional preparation to equip them to academically succeed at the Academy.  Each year 60 to 70 candidates are asked to participate in this program and scholarships to help defray tuition, fee and room and board cost are granted on the basis of need.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1965

President: James L. Minderlein
Vice-President: Edward A. Orr
Secretary: John W. Wroten
Treasurer: Dennis N. McComb
Shipmate Class Contact: David W. Anderson
Corresponding Secretary: David W. Anderson
ALITC: Phil Ferrara

Class of 1965 Photos Page:

https://daveand65.wixsite.com/usna65photos

Class History 

 

Giving

The Class of 1965 is currently raising $2,000,000 for its 50th Reunion Class Project, including $1,040,000 to support the Distinguished Ethics Chair, $400,000 for Athletic Excellence, $200,000 to procure and install a statue of Bill the Goat at the Stadium and $360,000 for the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 52% for the Distinguished Ethics Chair, 20% for Athletic Excellence, 10% for the Bill the Goat statue and 18% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support of the Distinguished Ethics Chair in the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership will, in coordination with the Distinguished Leadership Chair, oversee and participate in the research, teaching, and dissemination of innovative concepts related to ethical leadership development and conduct with the intent of serving both the needs of the Naval Academy and the Naval Services.

The Fund for Athletic Excellence is an essential and ongoing fundraising priority at an institution where extraordinary emphasis is placed on physical fitness and athletic competition.  That emphasis comes from the deeply-held belief that the attributes of successful leaders are developed as much on the playing field as in the classroom.  Athletic competition instills mental toughness, competitive and team spirit, aggressiveness in confrontation, the will to win and the determination to fight on, regardless of the odds.
Our support with fun a statue of Bill the Goat at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, an exact copy of the original "Bill" just inside of Gate 1 in the Yard. This will be a fitting and perpetual reminder of Navy athletic history, tradition and spirit at the beautifully refurbished Stadium.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1966

Website Address:
http://www.usna66.org

President: Carlton W. Fulford
Secretary: Leo J. Baird
Treasurer: Charles R. Grutzius
Shipmate Class Contact: Leo J. Baird
Web Contact: Leo J. Baird
Web Contact: Charles R. Grutzius
Corresponding Secretary: Leo J. Baird
ALITC: Thomas Marfiak
Class History

Giving

The Class of 1966 is currently raising $1,966,000 for its 50th Reunion Class Project, including $1,277,900 to support the Cyber Warfare, $393,200 for Athletic Programs and $294,900 for the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 65% for Cyber, 20% for Athletic Programs and 15% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Complementing the Navy’s activation of the Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet, the Naval Academy has established a Center for Cyber Security Studies. The Center will enhance educational opportunities available to midshipmen, faculty and staff through curricular innovation, community outreach, and learning related to a broad menu of issues associated with cyber security and cyber warfare.

The first $100,000 of our Athletic Programs fund will be used to replace the Battle Names at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.  The balance of the funds raised will be applied to Athletic Excellence, which is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country.  While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1967

President: David E. Church
Vice-President: Wayne F. Savage
Secretary: James R. McNeece
Treasurer: Howell J. Parry
Web Contact: Richard J. Meade
Corresponding Secretary: James R. McNeece
Shipmate Class Contact: James R. McNeece
ALITC: Jack Parry

Class website: www.usna67.com


Class History

Giving

The Class of 1967 is currently raising $1,967,000 for its 50th Reunion Class Project, including at least $983,500 to support of the Center for Cyber Security Studies (CCSS), $295,050 for the support of the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division, $393,400 for Athletic Excellence, and at least $295,050 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 50% for Cyber, 15% for LEAD, 20% for Athletic Excellence, and 15% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Complementing the Navy’s activation of the Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet, the Naval Academy has established a Center for Cyber Security Studies. The Center is enhancing educational opportunities available to midshipmen, faculty and staff through curricular innovation, community outreach, and learning related to a broad menu of issues associated with cyber security and cyber warfare.

Located in Luce Hall, the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division houses the Department of Leader Development and Research (LDR), the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law (LEL), and the LEAD Company Officer Master's Program. Together, they provide a four-year, all-encompassing program consisting of classroom instruction, hands-on experience, and one-on-one mentorship that develops the attributes and characteristics Officers need to be effective and trusted leaders in Navy and Marine Corps.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni. Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in San Diego, CA for a mini-reunion October 25-27, 2018!

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Reunion Schedule of Events:

Thursday 25 October
1800 Happy Hour at Humphreys Half Moon Inn (HQ) to meet and greet!                  

Friday 26 October
1230 Luncheon Bali Hai restaurant (across street from Humphreys)                          
1500 Harbor cruise from Bali Hai pier to USS Midway
1800 Navy Pep Rally on board USS Midway

≈2000 Bus transportation from USS Midway back Humphreys                                        

Saturday 27 October
TBA Bus transportation from Humphreys to SDCCU stadium                           
TBA Pre-game USNA-NAAA-AA tailgate at stadium*
TBA Kick-off Navy-Notre Dame football game*                                                              
TBA  Bus transportation from stadium to Humphreys
(Depart 45 minutes after last note of Navy Blue and Gold)
TBA Post-game gathering at Humphreys bar                                                                   

Sunday 28 October
All day Sunday Individual meals and local touring

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Resources

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Contact Information for Class of 1968

Website Address: http://www.usna68.com/

President: Gary A. Storm
Vice-President East Coast: Edward J. Sullivan
Vice-President West Coast: William T. R. Bogle
Secretary: Leo S. Kuehn
Treasurer: Michael T. Neale
Corresponding Secretary: Gordon I. Peterson
Shipmate Class Contact: Gordon I. Peterson
ALITC: Ed Sullivan
Class History 

Giving

The Class of '68 is currently raising $1,000,000 for its 50th Reunion Class Project, including at least $570,000 to support of the 1968 Leadership Legacy Fund, $200,000 for Athletic Excellence, $50,000 for the refurbishment of the Bronze Chapel Doors, and at least $180,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 57% for Leadership Legacy, 20% for Athletic Excellence, 5% for the Chapel Doors, and 18% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The Class of '68 Leadership Legacy Fund supports three Class of 1968 Leadership, Ethics and Law Senior Military Instructors in the Leadership, Ethics and Law Department who each teach a limited number of sections of core courses in that department. '68 has been supporting Senior Military Instructors since 2010.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

A gift of the Class of 1868, the bronze Chapel Doors need work to remove previously applied paint and to restore their beautiful bronze patina.  This Class of 1968 component will return the doors to their original brilliance.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni. Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis for the Class of 1968 50th reunion October 18-21, 2018. Headquarters the Westin Hotel.

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Schedule of Events:

Thursday 18 October
7:30 am – 5:00 pm Midshipmen Store Shopping
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Visitor Center Open
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Naval Academy Museum Open
Noon – 6:00 pm  Check-in at the Westin Annapolis Hotel
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Informal No-Host Class Reception in the N Room (Navy-Marine Corps Stadium)
Evening   Optional Company/Battalion events (individually planned)
 
Friday 19 October
7:30 am – 6:00 pm Midshipmen Store Shopping
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Visitor Center Open
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Naval Academy Museum Open
8:00 am – 6:00 pm Check-in at the Westin Annapolis Hotel
10:00 am – 11:00 am Class Meeting at USNA (Location TBD)
Noon   Noon Meal Formation – T- Court
1:50 pm – 3:00 pm Superintendent’s Briefing – all Reunion Classes (USNA Location TBD)
4:00 pm- 5:15 pm Dress Parade on Worden Field
6:45 pm   Jewish Shabbat Service in Levy Center
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Class Reunion Grand Reception at the Westin

Saturday 20 October
7:00 am   5K “Fun” Run/walk (meet in Westin lobby); Other Activities (to include sleeping in!)
7:30 am – 4:00 pm Midshipmen Store Shopping
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Visitor Center Open
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Naval Academy Museum Open
1:00 pm – 8:00 pm* Class Tailgate in N Room (Navy-Marine Corps Stadium) 
(Need game ticket to get into the tailgate)
3:30 pm*  Football Game – BEAT Houston!
*Note: Game time may be changed by NAAA; Tailgate will start approximately two and a half hours    
 before game and end approximately one hour after Navy Blue & Gold
Evening   Optional Company/Battalion events (individually planned)
 
Sunday 21 October
10:00 am – 4:00 pm Midshipmen Store Shopping
9:00 am – 10:00 am Catholic Mass (Main Chapel)
10:00 am – noon  Reunion Farewell Brunch at the Westin
11:00 am – noon  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Class of 1968 Memorial Service in the Main Chapel
2:00 pm   Following Class Memorial Service re-dipping Class ring in binnacle in the museum (optional)

 

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Contact Information for Class of 1969

Website Address:
http://www.usna69.org/

President: F.H. (Mike) Michaelis, Jr.
Vice-President: Patrick A. Stroop
Secretary: Steven A. Hudock
Treasurer: Ronald D. Gumbert
Corresponding Secretary: Steven A. Hudock
Shipmate Class Contact: Steven A. Hudock
ALITC: Ronald Christenson
Class History

Giving

The Class of '69 50th Reunion Class Project goal: to raise at least $1,800,000 in support of the Alumni Mentoring Program (AMP). The Class is also supporting the Naval Academy Annual Fund and encourages class members to split their gift between the AMP and the Naval Academy Fund.

The AMP will support all USNA alumni in reaching their highest potential via mentorship from one another.  This web based program has been approved by the Alumni Association as an enduring alumni benefit.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni. Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1970

Website Address:
http://1970.usnaclasses.com/

President: Michael J. Novak
Vice-President: Lynn H. Widener
Treasurer: Edmund E. Moore
Membership Secretary: Ronald (Gino) Marchetti
Corresponding Secretary: Royal W. Connell
Web Contact: Edmund E. Moore
Shipmate Class Contact: Royal W. Connell
ALITC: Gary D. Knight

Class History

Giving

The Class of 1970 is currently raising $1,970,000 for its 50th Reunion Class Project, including at least $748,600 for the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, $512,200 to support the Center for Cyber Security Studies, $413,700 for Athletic Excellence and at least $295,500 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 38% for Ethics, 26% for the Cyber Center, 21% for Athletic Excellence, and 15% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our gift to the Center for Cyber Security Studies will support the International Cyber Outreach and Exposure program that provides summer visits for mids to key partner countries, foreign industries, and other foreign based cyber efforts to comprehend operations in a globally connected world, constantly threatened by state and non-state actors.  Should we raise sufficient funds we will also support and expand current cross-college and Department of Defense cyber competitions for the midshipmen.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1971

Website Address:

http://1971.usnaclasses.net/

President: Perry J. Martini
Vice-President: John M. McNallen
Secretary: Michael W. Longworth
Treasurer: David T. Laws
Shipmate Class Contact: Michael W. Longworth
Web Contact: Stephen H. Brighton
A-Link Contact: Mr. John M. McNallen

Class A-Link History

Giving

The Class of 1971 is supporting the Distinguished Military Professor (DMP) in Leadership and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the DMP and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support funds the Distinguished Military Professor (DMP) in Leadership faculty position, currently held by CDR Kevin Haney, USN (Ret.).  The DMP enhances the academic and military stature of the Naval Academy’s Department of Leadership, Ethics and Law, as well as serves as a key senior military faculty member in direct contact with Midshipmen within the leadership core curriculum.  The DMP also helps execute the Naval Academy’s mission to prepare midshipmen for future service as leaders in the Navy and Marine Corps by teaching several courses, serving as Senior Responsibility Counselor to the Brigade, co-coordinating Midshipmen internships at the Marine Corps Center for Advanced Operational and Cultural Learning in Quantico, VA and continuing to mentor and advise recent graduates serving in the fleet.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1972

Website Address:
1972.usnaclasses.net

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/USNA72/

Class listserv:  TheGouge@usna72.com

President: Robert C. Leib
Vice-President: Gary L. Coyle
Secretary: Richard A. Robison
Treasurer: Daniel H. Weaver
Shipmate Class Contact: Richard A. Robison
Web Contact: Michael T. Lundblad

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1972 is currently supporting the Distinguished Military Professor (DMP) in Character Education and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the DMP and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support funds the Distinguished Military Professor (DMP) in Character Education faculty position, currently held by CAPT Jim Campbell, USN (Ret.).  The DMP serves as an important link in developing ethical leaders of character, ensuring that the study of character is integrated with ethics, leadership and Plebe Summer program training.  He is able to enhance the Naval Academy’s ability to prepare midshipmen for their future service as leaders in the Navy and Marine Corps by teaching several courses, supervising the development of content for the Plebe Summer Officership Education program and launching and overseeing the successful Capstone Character Excellence Seminar for 1/C Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1973

Website Address:
1973.usnaclasses.net

President: John K. Callahan
Vice-President: Thomas M. Storch
Vice-President: Roy A. Wiegand
Secretary: James H. Chapman
Treasurer: Charles E. McKeone

Giving

The Class of 1973 is currently raising $3,000,000 for its 50th Reunion Class Project, including at least $900,000 for Academic Programs support, $900,000 for Leadership support, $750,000 for Athletic Excellence and at least $450,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 30% for Academic Excellence, 30% for the Stockdale Center, 25% for Athletic Excellence, and 15% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support of Leadership Programs addresses one of the three aspects of development of all midshipmen - the moral aspect.  No later than 30 June 2021, your class leadership and the Foundation, in consultation with the USNA, will agree on the specific project(s) within the Leadership & Character Development Division the fund will support. Project selection will be based on the amounts raised, the then-known needs of the Naval Academy, and the interests of the class.

Our support of Academic Programs addresses one of the three aspects of development of all midshipmen - the mental aspect.  No later than 30 June 2021, your class leadership and the Foundation, in consultation with the USNA, will agree on the specific project(s) within Academics the fund will support. Project selection will be based on the amounts raised, the then-known needs of the Naval Academy, and the interests of the class.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis August 30 - September 2, 2018 for our 45 Year Reunion!

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Reunion Schedule of Events:

Thursday 30 August
1200 - 1800 Reunion Check In at Westin Hotel
0730 – 1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900 – 1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900 – 1700  Museum Hours
1200 – 1215 Noon Meal Formation
1400 – 1500 Guided Museum Tour (maximum 20 People, by reservation)
1830 – 2230 Shipwreck Party at N Room, Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Friday 31 August
0900 - 1700 Reunion Check In at Westin Hotel
0730 – 1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900 – 1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900 – 1700 Museum Hours
1000 to Finish Golf at USNA Course
1000 – 1100 Guided Museum Tour (maximum 20 People, by reservation)
1200 – 1215 Noon Meal Formation
1350 – 1500  Yard Leadership Briefing
1530 – 1630 Guided Museum Tour (maximum 20 People, by reservation)
1915 – 2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center
1700 – 2200      Game Watch Party at N * Room, Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium (Reunion Check In Available)

Saturday 01 September
0730 – 1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900 – 1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900 – 1700 Museum Hours
0930 – 1030 Guided Museum Tour (maximum 20 People, by reservation)
1000 – 1100 Class Meeting at Westin Hotel
1000 _ 1700 Reunion Check In at Westin Hotel
1100 _ 1200 Memorial Service
1300 _ 1400      Non-Denominational Faith Based Fellowship @ Mission BBQ, Dock St. 
1900 – 2359 Reception/Dinner /Dance at Westin Hotel.

Sunday 02 September
0900 – 1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900 – 1000 Catholic Service in Main Chapel
1100 – 1215 Protestant Service in Main Chapel
1100 – 1700 Museum Hours

 

 

 

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Contact Information for Class of 1974

Website address:
http://www.usna74.com/

President: John W. Yaeger
Vice-President: Walter A. Stocknick
Secretary: Roger H. McEvoy
Treasurer: Earle S. Babcock
Shipmate Class Contact: Roger H. McEvoy
Corresponding Secretary: Roger H. McEvoy

Giving

The Class of 1974 is currently supporting the International Programs Office (IPO), Athletic Excellence and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 60% for the IPO, 15% for Athletic Excellence and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Fund for Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country.  While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of the Naval Academy.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1975

Website Information:
http://1975.usnaclasses.net/
 

President: Christopher J. Cikanovich
Vice-President: Gary R. Jones
Secretary: Larry L. Warrenfeltz
Treasurer: David A. Duffie
Shipmate Class Contact: Larry L. Warrenfeltz
Corresponding Secretary: Larry L. Warrenfeltz
Web Contact: Andrew C. Howard

 

Giving

The Class of 1975 is currently raising $1,000,000 for its Class Project, including $500,000 to support the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL), $300,000 for the Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) and $200,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that gifts are split 50% for the CEL, 30% for the CAE and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support for the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership will provide plans to enrich its intellectual foundation in the ethics field while enhancing the instruction of ethics throughout the military education and training system.

Our support of the CAE will be used for the sole purpose of funding the operations of the Academic Center and will allow the Naval Academy to continue to provide academic counseling and advising, study and learning skill strategies and tutoring services for at-risk midshipmen and those seeking to improve their scholastic performance and better achieve their academic goals

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1976

Website Address:
https://usna76.wordpress.com/
 

President: Kevin F. Stone
Vice-President: Peter S. Varsanyi
Secretary: Mark T. Hubbard
Treasurer: Ralph O. Scherini
Corresponding Secretary: Mark T. Hubbard
Shipmate Class Contact: Mark T. Hubbard
Web Contact: Gary G. Greenfield

 

Giving

The Class of 1976 is currently raising $800,000 for its Class Project, including $300,000 for the Center for Cyber Security Studies, $300,000 for the Athletic Excellence Fund, $200,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that gifts are split 37.5% for Cyber Warfare, 37.5% for Athletic Excellence and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Complementing the Navy’s activation of the Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet, the Naval Academy has established a Center for Cyber Security Studies. The Center will enhance educational opportunities available to midshipmen, faculty and staff through curricular innovation, community outreach, and learning related to a broad menu of issues associated with cyber security and cyber warfare.

The Athletic Excellence Fund essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country.  While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1977

Website Address:
http://www.usna1977.org 

President: John F. Vuolo
Vice-President: Harry V. Rouse
Secretary: Thomas B. McKee
Treasurer: Bruce A. Campbell

 

Giving

The Class of 1977 is currently raising $1,001,977 for its 40th Reunion Class Project, including at least $601,187 to support of the Leadership and Ethics programs, including the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division and the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL), $200,395 for in support of Athletic Excellence, and at least $200,395 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 60% for Leadership and Ethics, 20% for Athletic Excellence, and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Located in Luce Hall, the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division houses the Department of Leader Development and Research (LDR), and the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law (LEL). Together, they provide a four-year, all-encompassing program consisting of classroom instruction, hands-on experience, and one-on-one mentorship. Support for the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL) will provide plans to enrich its intellectual foundation in the ethics field while enhancing the instruction of ethics throughout the military education and training system.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni. Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1978

Website Address:
http://www.usna1978.org/
 

President: Glen O. Woods
Vice-President: John P. Coffey
Secretary: Vincent M. Balderrama
Treasurer: Kevin G. Liddy
Shipmate Class Contact: Vincent M. Balderrama
Corresponding Secretary: Vincent M. Balderrama
Web Contact: Matthew P. Elias

Giving

The Class of 1978 is currently raising $1,500,000 for its 40th Reunion Class Project, including at least $450,000 to support of the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, $450,000 for Admissions-STEM programs, $300,000 for Athletic Excellence, and at least $300,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 30% for the Stockdale Center, 30% for Admissions-STEM, 20% for Athletic Excellence, and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support for the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership will provide plans to enrich its intellectual foundation in the ethics field while enhancing the instruction of ethics throughout the military education and training system.  The mission of the Center for Ethical Leadership is to empower leaders to make courageous ethical decisions–split second decisions in the heat of battle or in the face of conflict. The Center focuses on the character, ethical and leadership development of the future leaders of the Navy, Marine Corps and nation so that they will be ready to make the most ethical decisions that lives may well depend on.  Under the inspired leadership of our classmate Art Athens, the Center for Ethical Leadership has become the touchstone at the Academy and throughout the Naval service for this moral shaping of leaders.  The Center is truly a margin of excellence activity at USNA, receiving over half of its annual funding from private gifts.

STEM brings hundreds of youth to the Academy for STEM Camp each summer.  Activities and classes, led by 3/C Midshipmen, are designed to stimulate interest in STEM disciplines in young students so that they may take the proper courses in high school to enable them to enter technical disciplines in college.  This program is the responsibility of the Dean of Admissions, classmate Bruce Latta.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis September 13-16, 2018 for our 40 year reunion!

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Class of 1978 Reunion Events:

Thursday 13 September        
1230-1730 Golf Tournament – Renditions Golf Course, Davidsonville, MD
1830-2130 Reunion Registration & Early Arrival Gathering – Ackerson Tower (NMCMS)

Friday 14 September       
0900-1030 Reunion Registration/Check-In at the Westin Hotel
1100-1200  Memorial Service – USNA Main Chapel
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing & Alumni Association Welcome
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1800-2000 Reunion Registration/Check-In – Westin Hotel
1900-2300 Music, Magic, and Memories social event – Westin Hotel

Saturday 15 September    
0830-1000 Reunion Registration/Check-In – Westin Hotel
0830-0945 Prayer Breakfast – Westin Hotel
1000-1030 Class Meeting – Westin Hotel
1300-1930 Tailgater & Registration – N* Room (NMCMS)
1530-1900 Navy VS Lehigh

Sunday 16 September    
0930-1230 Departure Brunch – Superintendent’s Tent (NMCMS)

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Resources

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Contact Information for Class of 1979

Website Address:
http://www.usna79.com
 

President: Sean T. Cate
Vice-President: Fredrick K. Gerheiser
Treasurer: Jeffrey P. Johnson
Corresponding Secretary: John D. Withers
Shipmate Class Contact: John D. Withers
Web Contact: Stanley D. Clark

 

Giving

The Class of 1979 is currently raising $500,000 for its 40th Reunion Class Project, including at least $187,500 to support the Trident Scholar program, $187,500 for Athletic Excellence and at least $125,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 37.5% for the Stockdale Center, 37.5% for Athletic Excellence, and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our gift to the Trident Scholar program will provide an additional 12 years of support including: travel to scientific meetings and scholarly conferences; travel to conduct field research; supplies and equipment needed for Trident projects; the annual meeting where Trident scholars present their research to Academy and ’79 leaders, guests and community members; and the annual Trident Scholar Prize for the best Trident project each year.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

 

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Resources

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Contact Information for Class of 1980

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President: Timothy S. Kobosko
Vice-President: Lyle J. Burnham
Secretary: Joseph A. Grace
Treasurer: T. Scott Bethmann
Shipmate Class Contact: Joseph A. Grace
Web Contact: 
Corresponding Secretary: Joseph A. Grace

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1980 is currently raising $1,500,000 for its 40th Reunion Class Project, including at least $900,000 to support the Center for Cyber Security Studies, $300,000 for Athletic Excellence and at least $300,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 60% for the Cyber Center, 20% for Athletic Excellence, and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our gift to the Center for Cyber Security Studies will support the International Cyber Outreach and Exposure program that provides summer visits for mids to key partner countries, foreign industries, and other foreign based cyber efforts to comprehend operations in a globally connected world, constantly threatened by state and non-state actors.  Should we raise sufficient funds we will also support and expand current cross-college and Department of Defense cyber competitions for the midshipmen.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni. Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

 

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Contact Information for Class of 1981

Website Address:
http://www.usna1981.org/

President: James O. Stutz
Vice-President: Timothy A. Disher
Secretary: Kenneth M. Aiman
Treasurer: Eugene D. Juba
Shipmate Class Contact: Kenneth M. Aiman
Web Contact: Patricia C. Whitney
Corresponding Secretary: Kenneth M. Aiman

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1981 is currently supporting the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 77% for CEL and 23% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The Class' support of the CEL includes Ethics Essay Awards Dinner support and other general support for Center programs that further the ethical leadership development of all midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1982

Website Address:
http://1982.usnaclasses.net

President: Janeann Treadway Conley
Vice-President: Matthew B. Moury
Secretary: Leo D. Balk
Treasurer: Terry J. Benedict
Corresponding Secretary: Theodore E. Rasmussen
Shipmate Class Contact: Theodore E. Rasmussen
Web Contact: Andrew P. Shelter

Giving

The Class of 1982 is currently supporting the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program, the Laura Stegman Crew Award and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 78% for STEM, 2% for the Stegman Crew Award and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our gift will help the Academic Dean recruit Plebes to STEM majors, fund internships that will acquaint mids with STEM opportunities, and establish a small STEM administrative organization to help the Academic Dean coordinate these initiatives.

Stegman's tragic death over Christmas Leave in 1980, our Second Class year, lead to renaming the Navy Women's Crew Inspiration Award in her honor.  This award is annually “presented by her teammates to the member whose spirit, effort and determination most inspired them to excel".  We intend to use part of our class gift to fund this award in perpetuity.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1983

President: Neal W. Davidson
Vice-President: Thomas P. McKavitt
Secretary: Christopher R. Pietras
Treasurer: Frank G. Vernet
Corresponding Secretary: Christopher R. Pietras
Shipmate Class Contact: Christopher R. Pietras

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1983 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis October 18-21, 2018 for our 35th reunion!

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Thursday 18 October       
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
1300-1900 Golf at Compass Point Golf Course
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1600-2000 No Host Social and Reunion Check-In at McGarvey’s Saloon and Oyster Bar

Friday 19 October      
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1000-1100 Class Meeting on the Yard (location tbd)
1115-1200 Memorial in the Main Chapel
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1200-1600 Reunion Check-In at McGarvey’s Saloon and Oyster Bar
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes (location tbd)
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center
1900-2300 Crab Feast and Reunion Check-In in the N Star Room at the Stadium
 

Saturday 20 October   
0900-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
1330  Tailgate Party Class Ring NE
1530  Navy VS Houston

Sunday 21 October    
1000-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)

Headquarter Hotel: NA

 

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Contact Information for Class of 1984

Facebook Address:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/78310948989/

President: Mary (Toni) A. Kasprzak
Vice-President: Blake D. Ratcliff
Secretary: Kevin J. Monahan
Treasurer: Melanie V. Doherty
Web Contact: James W. Keck

 

 

Giving

The Class of '84 is supporting the Naval Academy Fund.  The Naval Acaemy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1985

Website Address:
http://1985.usnaclasses.net

President: Robert J. Smith
Vice-President: Stephen J. Pimpo
Secretary: Victor H. Otero
Treasurer: William V. Ridings
Shipmate Class Contact: Victor H. Otero
Corresponding Secretary: Victor H. Otero
Web Contact:  Angela M. Orlando

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1985 is currently raising $375,000 for its 30th Reunion Class Project, including $225,000 to support the Cyber Warfare, $75,000 for Athletic Programs and $75,000 for the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 60% for Cyber, 20% for Athletic Programs and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Complementing the Navy’s activation of the Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet, the Naval Academy has established a Center for Cyber Security Studies. The Center will enhance educational opportunities available to midshipmen, faculty and staff through curricular innovation, community outreach, and learning related to a broad menu of issues associated with cyber security and cyber warfare.

Athletic Programs support includes revising the wording on the '85 Iraqi Freedom Battle Arch Plaque at the Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and to support the Athletic Excellence Fund.  The Fund for Athletic Excellence is an essential and ongoing fundraising priority at an institution where extraordinary emphasis is placed on physical fitness and athletic competition. That emphasis comes from the deeply-held belief that the attributes of successful leaders are developed as much on the playing field as in the classroom. Athletic competition instills mental toughness, competitive and team spirit, aggressiveness in confrontation, the will to win and the determination to fight on, regardless of the odds.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Annual Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1986

Website Address: Currently under construction.

30th Reunion Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1684001538544679/

President: W. Scott Gureck
Vice-President: Jeffrey L. Hornberger
Treasurer: Alfred C. Raines II 
Secretary: Kevin J. Delamer
Corresponding Secretary: Anne Groves Hammond
Shipmate Class Contact: Anne Groves Hammond
Web Contact: W. Scott Gureck



 

 

Giving

The Class of 1986 is currently raising $300,000 for its 20th Reunion Class Project, including $180,000 to support the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL), $60,000 for the restoration and maintenance of the Mexican Monument and $60,000 for the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 60% for CEL, 20% for the Mexican Monument and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support for the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership will provide plans to enrich its intellectual foundation in the ethics field while enhancing the instruction of ethics throughout the military education and training system.

Our support will fund the refurbishment and annual maintenance of the Mexican Monument at the juncture of Stribling and Chapel Walks.  The first monument in the Yard, erected in 1848 as a tribute to four Midshipmen lost in the Mexican War--Clemson, Hynson, Pillsbury and Shubrick, is showing its age and is in need of extensive work.  The Class of 1986's efforts will be memorialized on a plaque near the monument.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1987

President: James V. Matheson
Shipmate Class Contact: Robert P. Pinataro
Web Contact: Jason D. Hardebeck
Corresponding Secretary: Timothy J. Wolf

 

 

Giving

The Class of 1987 is currently raising $700,000 for its 30th Reunion Class Project, including at least $455,000 to support Leadership and Ethics, $140,000 for STEM programs, and at least $125,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 37.5% for Leadership/Ethics, 37.5% for STEM, and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our first goal is to continue and expand our Class’ previous support of what is, in our view, the Academy’s primary mission—the development of skilled, dedicated and ethical leaders for the Navy, Marine Corps and for our nation.  Today, two organizations are charged with this task—the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division and the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL).

LEAD, led by two of our very own Classmates, CDRs Dave Smith and Wes Huey, in Luce Hall, prepares junior officers for combat and operational leader roles through a four-year immersion program of leadership and ethics education and training, as well as leader development experiences and opportunities. LEAD includes the Department of Leader Development and Research, the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law and the LEAD Company Officer Master's Program. Together, they provide an all-encompassing program consisting of classroom instruction, hands-on experience, and one-on-one mentorship that develops the attributes and characteristics Officers need to be effective and trusted leaders in Navy and Marine Corps.

The mission of the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership is to empower leaders to make courageous ethical decisions – split second decisions in the heat of battle or in the face of conflict.  The center was established in the late '90's to focus on the character, ethical and leadership development of the future leaders of the Navy, Marine Corps and nation so that they will be ready to make the most ethical decisions.  Under the inspired leadership of Col Art Athens, USMCR (Ret.), '78, the Center for Ethical Leadership has become the touchstone at the Academy and throughout the Naval Service for this moral shaping of leaders.  The Center’s vision, according to Col Athens “is to help prepare the future Jim Stockdales . . . men and women who will, as Admiral Stockdale once said, ‘not only exhort others to be good, but elucidate what the good is.

Our second goal is to support the new and exciting work USNA is doing in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs. As you no doubt are aware, the U.S. is falling dangerously behind much of the world in the education of our next generation of kids, specifically in STEM areas. To help counter this trend the STEM program was established at USNA with the dual missions of 1) persuading more young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math and 2) engaging Midshipmen in quality STEM programs and outreach to the community.  Initially, the Academy hosted 87 (yes, 87 sir!) rising seventh-ninth graders at the inaugural STEM Camp in 2008.  15 learning modules were taught by professors while Mids acted as camper escorts.  Over the past five years, the program has grown to serve 800 rising eighth-eleventh graders in Annapolis and at NAPS in Newport, with Mids teaching a total of 60 learning modules.  Annually, mini-STEM weekends are held at various locations throughout the country and SETSail (STEM Educator Training) helps equip 100 middle and high school teachers to make STEM curricula interesting, fun and impactful. Currently, more than 15,000 students have access to some aspect of USNA STEM programs annually at USNA and remotely.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1988

Website Address: Please check back!

President:  Jim Schwab
Vice-President: Henry Stoever
Secretary: Sara Salas-Wickard
Treasurer: Sam Dipaoloa
Shipmate Class Contact: Sara Salas-Wickard  
Corresponding Secretary: Sara Salas-Wickard  

Giving

The Class of 1988 is currently raising $500,000 for its 30th Reunion Class Project, including at least $200,000 to support of the Center for Cyber Security Studies, $100,000 for Experiential Leadership Development, $125,000 for Athletic Excellence, and at least $75,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 40% for Cyber, 20% for Experiential Leadership Development, 25% for Athletic Excellence, and 15% for the Annual Fund.


The Superintendent and the Academic Dean have recently established the Center for Cyber Security Studies (CCSS) to provide a groundbreaking undergraduate cyber curriculum to all midshipmen.  Recently several DoD leaders identified cyber security as an area that is critically important to all naval officers.  The CCSS has responded by developing two core courses in Cyber Security for all Plebes and Second Class.  The Center has also established a major in Cyber Operations and is working to challenge midshipmen through cyber-attack and defense exercises, to create and support summer professional cyber experiences, and to establish a cyber-focused Distinguished Visiting Professorship or Faculty Chair.  As one of the first classes to provide comprehensive funding for the CCSS, our gift of $200,000 will help build a strong foundation for this critically important Center for Cyber Security Studies while the Supe is waiting for the approval of appropriated funds.


Our second goal is a gift of $100,000 to support Experiential Leadership Development programs for midshipmen.  Leaders learn to lead by doing—experiential leadership development programs provide those learning opportunities. Traditional Naval Academy summer training programs, funded through appropriated dollars, provide midshipmen with practical experience as crewmembers aboard sailboats and Yard Patrol craft and with units of the Navy and Marine Corps. These experiences are valuable in the professional development of midshipmen but are not always integrated with classroom instruction on leadership nor grounded in known best practices of experiential leadership learning.  Our gift will help strengthen Academy leadership education and training programs to complement existing professional programs funded through appropriated funds, as well as to expand these opportunities—many of which are currently paid for by midshipmen out of pocket—to more of the Brigade. These opportunities include wilderness leadership programs, historic battlefield expeditions, inner-city student mentorship and leadership activities, internships, national conferences and leadership retreats.


Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis for our 30 year reunion September 6-9, 2018!

To register click here: SignUpNow.Events/USNA1988

Schedule of Events:

Thursday 6 September       
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
1200 Golf USNA
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1830-2300 NAPS Class of 1984 Reunion Fleet Reserve Club
1600-2200 Check-In/Registration and No Host Reception McGarvey’s

Friday 7 September      
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0930-1030 Class Meeting Mitscher Hall
1100-1200 Memorial in Memorial Hall
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center
1800-2200 Check-In and Dinner Reception Lower Level of Dahlgren Hall 

Saturday 8 September   
0900-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
1200-1930 Tailgate CRNE
1530 Navy VS Memphis

Sunday 9 September    
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
0900-1000 Brunch in King Hall
1100 Women’s Sunday Brunch Reynolds Tavern
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)

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Contact Information for Class of 1989

Website Address:
http://1989.usnaclasses.net/ 

President: Ingar A. Grev
Vice-President: Joseph M. Fagan
Secretary: James A. Caufield
Treasurer: Brian V. Caldwell
Web Contact: David R. Klain
Corresponding Secretary: Joel S. McFadden
Shipmate Class Contact: Joel S. McFadden

 

Giving

The Class of 1989 is currently raising $400,000 for its 30th Reunion Class Project, including at least $320,000 to support the Center for Cyber Security Studies, $20,000 for Athletic Excellence and at least $60,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 80% for the Cyber Center, 5% for Athletic Excellence, and 15% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our gift to the Center for Cyber Security Studies will support the International Cyber Outreach and Exposure program that provides summer visits for mids to key partner countries, foreign industries, and other foreign based cyber efforts to comprehend operations in a globally connected world, constantly threatened by state and non-state actors.  Should we raise sufficient funds we will also support and expand current cross-college and Department of Defense cyber competitions for the midshipmen.

Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

Events

 

News

 

 

Resources

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Contact Information for Class of 1990

Website Address:
http://www.usna90.com

President: Lawrence K. Yeh
Vice-President: Frank R. Bendik
Secretary: Fred (Trey) J. Alexander
Treasurer: Thomas M. Callender
Corresponding Secretary: Fred (Trey) J. Alexander
Web Contact: Ronald J. Surfield

Giving

The Class of 1990 is currently supporting the International Programs Office (IPO) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for IPO and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1991

Website Address:
http://www.usna91.info/

President: Robert E. Barnet
Executive Vice President: Carlos R. Barata
Admin Vice President: Julie H. Shank
Treasurer: Michael W. Smith
Secretary: Nelson R. Santini
Web Contact: Robert E. Barnet
Shipmate Class Contact: Nelson R. Santini

Giving

The Class of 1991 is currently supporting Leadership and Character Excellence at the Naval Academy.  The Class is also supporting the Naval Academy Fund and encourages class members to split their gift between Leadership/Character Excellence and the Naval Academy Fund.

Leadership/Character Excellence provides support for the finest leadership development program in the nation and to set the national standard for development of moral and ethical leaders.  This component of the class project will continue the Class of '91's support for the leadership and character programs initiated with its 10-year reunion fundraising project.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1992

Website Address:
http://www.usna92.com/

President: Creighton J. Armstrong
Vice-President: Christopher C. Newman
Corresponding Secretary: Douglas P. Barber
Web Contact: Cameron D. Stillion

Giving

The Class of 1992 is currently supporting the Midshipman Action Group (MAG) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for MAG and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Working with community partners, such as Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Special Olympics, and others, MAG has organized hundreds of midshipmen efforts to reach out to local, national and international communities in need.  MAG also supports the most popular ongoing MAG program, Mids for Kids. Our support with assist MAG with their outreach within the continental United States.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1993

Website Address:
http://www.usna93.com/

President: Joseph L. Moreno
Vice-President: Colleen C. Salonga
Treasurer: Efren C. Mojica
Web Contact: Wayne G. Grasdock
Web Contact: Edward J. Wills
Corresponding Secretary: Shogo J. Cottrell
Shipmate Class Contact: Shogo J. Cottrell

Giving

The Class of 1993 is currently supporting International Forums and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for International Forums and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our support ensures the International Regional Forum initiative will provide and expand opportunities for midshipmen to acquire greater knowledge of geographic regions that are of strategic importance to the United States.  With your gift, midshipmen will better understand the history, culture, civilization, language and religions of the five regions covered by the forums, in preparation for their future roles as leaders in our Navy and Marine Corps.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis for our 25th Reunion September 13-15, 2018!

Online registration is available at SignUpNow.Events: https://signupnow.events/Default.aspx?orgid=1012&USNA1993 

Schedule of Events:

Thursday 13 September       
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1600 Golf
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1200-1700 Check-In at the hotel
1800-2200 Informal Reception at Double Tree

Friday 14 September      
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center
1830-2230 Dinner Reception and Check-In at VADM William P. Lawrence "N" Room N-MCMS

Saturday 15 September   
0730-1200 Midshipmen Store Hours
1330-1930 Tailgate 53 Pavilion & Class Ring NW
TBD (1530?) Navy VS Lehigh

Sunday 16 September    
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
0900-1000 Memorial in the Levy Center
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)
1000-1230 Brunch Akerson Tower


Headquarter Hotel:  Double Tree Hotel
Registration: Online with SignUpNow.Events
Transportation: Annapolis Bus Company

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Contact Information for Class of 1994

Website Address:
http://www.usna94.com/

President: James W. Keck
Vice-President: Julie A. Spencer
Secretary: Maria J. Pallotta
Treasurer: Brian T. Bruggeman
Corresponding Secretary: Maria J. Pallotta
Shipmate Class Contact: James W. Keck
Web Contact: James W. Keck

Giving

The Class of 1994 is currently supporting a Resident Ethics Fellow in the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, Cyber Warfare Internships for midshipmen and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 65% for the Ethics Fellow, 20% for Cyber Warfare and 15% for the Naval Academy Fund.

Our class's support for a Resident Ethics Fellow within in the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (CEL) is funding the compensation, travel, publication, administrative assistance and program participation expenses (e.g., participation as a visiting speaker, participation in a lecture series, curriculum development expenses, event participation) that are directly related to the research, teaching and scholarly activity of the Resident Ethics Fellow position and are not a part of the normal general and administrative and overhead expenses of the CEL.

Complementing the Navy’s activation of the Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet, the Naval Academy has established a Center for Cyber Security Studies. The Center will enhance educational opportunities available to midshipmen, faculty and staff through curricular innovation, community outreach, and learning related to a broad menu of issues associated with cyber security and cyber warfare. Our class's support will fund a number of annual midshipmen summer internships at DoD commands and national laboratories involved in Cyber Warfare for select Midshipmen majoring in Information Technology or Computer Science.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1995

President: Andre L. Coleman
Vice-President: Robert F. Coogan
Secretary: Katherine T. Dooley
Treasurer: James B. Burke
Web Contact: Harry E. Galloway
Corresponding Secretary: Katherine T. Dooley
Shipmate Class Contact: Katherine T. Dooley
Web Contact: Harry E. Galloway

Giving

The Class of 1995 is currently raising $160,000 for its Class Project, including $96,000 to support the International Programs Office (IPO), $32,000 for Athletic Excellence and $32,000 for the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 60% for IPO, 20% for Athletic Excellence and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Athletic Excellence Fund is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country.  While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1996

President: Nagel B. Sullivan
Vice-President: William C. Pennington
Treasurer: Nicole Battaglia
Secretary:
Cara M. Albright
Shipmate Class Contact: Cara M. Albright

Website: http://1996.usnaclasses.net/

Giving

The Class of 1996 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1997

President: Thomas O. Wagner
Vice-President: Steven L. Fulton
Secretary: Aaron P. Shelley
Treasurer: Randy C. Cruz
Shipmate Class Contact: Aaron P. Shelley

Giving

The Class of 1997 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 1998

Website Address:
http://usna98.org

President: David S. Forman
Vice-President: John Chau
Secretary: Shawn C. Gee
Treasurer: Daniel J. Martin
Web Contact: Michael R. Gawlas
Shipmate Class Contact: Jeanette Gaudry Haynie

Giving

The Class of 1998 is currently raising $220,000 for its 20th Reunion Class Project, including at least $99,000 to support of the Center for Cyber Security Studies, $55,000 for International Programs support, $22,000 for Athletic Excellence, and at least $44,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 45% for Cyber, 25% for International Programs, 10% for Athletic Excellence, and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.


The Superintendent and the Academic Dean have recently established the Center for Cyber Security Studies (CCSS) to provide a groundbreaking undergraduate cyber curriculum to all midshipmen.  Recently several DoD leaders identified cyber security as an area that is critically important to all naval officers.  The CCSS has responded by developing two core courses in Cyber Security for all Plebes and Second Class.  The Center has also established a major in Cyber Operations and is working to challenge midshipmen through cyber-attack and defense exercises, to create and support summer professional cyber experiences, and to establish a cyber-focused Distinguished Visiting Professorship or Faculty Chair.  As one of the first classes to provide comprehensive funding for the CCSS, our gift will help build a strong foundation for this critically important Center for Cyber Security Studies while the Supe is waiting for the approval of appropriated funds.


The International Programs Office (IPO) enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.  Our gift makes a big impact since it only costs about $5,000 to send a mid on a 30 day cultural immersion trip.


Athletic Excellence is essential to the Academy’s objective to maintain its stature as one of the preeminent physical mission programs in the country. While appropriated dollars adequately fund the core requirements of the Academy, athletic facility and equipment upgrades have not kept pace with the growth and development of one of the nation’s most comprehensive athletic programs. The Fund for Athletic Excellence provides one-time, non-recurring private resources to meet the emerging athletic needs of all Midshipmen.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most. 

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Events

Join us for our 20th reunion in Annapolis September 13-15, 2018.

To register please visit SignUpNow Events registration: https://signupnow.events/Default.aspx?OrgId=1011&OrgName=USNA1998

Schedule of Events:

Thursday 13 September        
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
2000 Social at McGarvey’s

Friday 14 September       
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
 Reunion Registration/Check-In at the Loews Hotel
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1200 Informal Class Luncheon/Networking NMCMS N Star Banquet Room
1230-1330 Class Meeting on the Yard
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center
2030 Reception/Dinner Banquet at the Hotel 

Saturday 15 September    
0900-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
TBD Tailgate CRNE or Watch Party Location TBD
TBD Navy VS Lehigh

Sunday 16 September    
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
0900-1000 Memorial Service at the WWII Memorial on Routh 450
1030 Sunday Brunch NMCMS Akerson Tower
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)

Headquarter Hotel: Loews Hotel of Annapolis
Registration: SignUpNow
Transportation: None

 

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Contact Information for Class of 1999

Website Address:
http://www.usna99.org

President:  Minh-Tu  N. Greenberg
Vice-President:  Liesel J. Schopler 
Secretary:  Sarah A. Leming 
Treasurer:  David T. Burns 
Shipmate Class Contact: Minh-Tu T. Nguyen
East Coast Rep: Stephen H. Taylor
West Coast Rep: Lauren M. Ryan

Giving

The Class of 1999 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2000

Website Address:
http://www.usna2000.com

President: Jeffrey V. McCarthy
Vice-President: Arthur R. Terry
Secretary: Timothy P. O'Connor
Treasurer: Nicholas J. Lalota
Web Contact: Kristen E. Oxendine
Shipmate Class Contact: Timothy P. O'Connor

Giving

The Class of 2000 is currently raising $300,000 for its 20th Reunion Class Project, including $150,000 to support International Programs (IPO) for midshipmen, $60,000 to support Ethics Capstone Seminars, $45,000 for the Ethics Agility Fund and $45,000 for the Naval Academy Fund.

The International Programs Office (IPO) enhances the internationalization of mishipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating cultural immersion and study abroad opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership. In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Ethics (Officership) Capstone Seminars are sponsored by the Elliot Family in memory of our classmate John Elliot who lost his life two months after graduation. These seminars provide all Firsties the opportunity to discuss complex moral and leaderhip issues in order to prepare them to assume the mantle of leadership upon commissioning. The seminars underscore the virtues of integrity, honor, courage, commitment, loyalty, selflessness, humility, and critical thinking and the application of these character traits as future leaders in our armed services.

Our gift to the Ethics Agility Fund at the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership will provide general support to the Center's programs for Midshipmen such as the Lawrence Ethics Essay Awards, the annual Moral Courage Lecture, an exchange program with the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) unit at the University of San Diego, Ethics Bowl competitions, the Service Academy Program of the Auschwitz Jewish Center of Poland/New York, the Low Ropes leadership training program, and the establishment of new programs as needed.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2001

Facebook Address:
https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/111171585584456/

President: Jennifer (Bohr) Tyll
Vice-President: Amy (Baxter) Laczek
Secretary: Jennifer E. McCollough
Treasurer: Adam H. Borcz
Shipmate Class Contact: Jennifer E. McCollough

Giving

The Class of 2001 is currently supporting the International Programs Office (IPO) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for IPO and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

In recognition for the '01 gifts to IPO, annually two IPO scholars shall be named the 1stLt Ronald D. Winchester IPO Scholars in memory of our fallen classmate.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2002

Website Address:
usna2002.org

Facebook Address:
http://www.usna2002.com

President: David P. Gravseth
Vice-President: Katherine K. (Kranz) Jordan
Secretary: Kristi M. (Tjoa) Laughlin
Treasurer: Andrew S. McCann
Shipmate Class Contact: Kristi M. (Tjoa) Laughlin
At-Large Directors: Elizabeth A. (Kreft) Brienza, Sean McClintock, Charles M. Mello

Giving

The Class of 2002 is currently supporting the International Programs Office (IPO) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 80% for IPO and 20% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2003

President: Daniel A. Bailey
Vice-President: Daniel S. Emmert
Secretary: Ricky F. Mui
Treasurer: Maili K. Neverosky
Shipmate Class Contact: Daniel A. Bailey
Shipmate Class Contact: Ricky F. Mui

Giving

The Class of 2003 is currently supporting the International Programs Office (IPO) and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 80% for IPO and 20% for the the Naval Academy Fund.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis for our 15 year reunion September 6-9, 2018

To register click here: https://signupnow.events/Default.aspx?OrgId=1013&OrgName=USNA2003

Schedule of Events:

Thursday 6 September       
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1800-2000 Informal Social/Check-In at Metropolitan

Friday 7 September      
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1000-1100  Memorial in the Main Chapel
1100-1200 Class Meeting on the Yard (Room TBD)
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center 
1900-2200 Evening Reception/Check-In Marriott Waterfront Banquet Room

Saturday 8 September   
0900-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
1200-1930 Tailgate Water Tower
   Navy VS Memphis

Sunday 9 September    
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
0900-1100 Farewell Brunch in King Hall
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)

 

News

The Council of Class Presidents met for their Spring meeting on 16 April 2014.  The meeting proved a success with updates from the Superintendent, and the Alumni Association and Foundation.  A summary of the meeting along with some additional updated information is provided in the COCP Summary and Spring Newsletter at the link below:

COCP Summary and Spring Newsletter

Thanks to our generous support of Language Proficiency, Regional Expertise, and Cultural Awareness (LREC) trips, we have successfully provided the means for eight midshipmen and two faculty members to travel to Vietnam and Cambodia, as well as Guatemala.  Each trip proved a great success for all involved.  A letter of thanks and after-action report is provided at the links below:  

LREC Report Vietnam and Cambodia

LREC Report Guatemala

 

Resources

Click to view Class of 2003 Bylaws 

 
 
 

Contact Information for Class of 2004

President: Lincoln M. Lukich
Vice-President: James A. Brobyn
Secretary: Andrew H. Froistad
Treasurer: Joseph M. Zukowsky
Shipmate Class Contact: Andrew H. Froistad
Shipmate Class Contact: Lincoln M. Lukich

Giving

The Class of 2004 is currently supporting  the Center for Cyber Security Studies and the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 75% for Cyber and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.


The Superintendent and the Academic Dean have recently established the Center for Cyber Security Studies (CCSS) to provide a groundbreaking undergraduate cyber curriculum to all midshipmen.  Recently several DoD leaders identified cyber security as an area that is critically important to all naval officers.  The CCSS has responded by developing two core courses in Cyber Security for all Plebes and Second Class.  The Center has also established a major in Cyber Operations and is working to challenge midshipmen through cyber-attack and defense exercises, to create and support summer professional cyber experiences, and to establish a cyber-focused Distinguished Visiting Professorship or Faculty Chair.  As one of the first classes to provide comprehensive funding for the CCSS, our gift will help build a strong foundation for this critically important Center for Cyber Security Studies while the Supe is waiting for the approval of appropriated funds.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2005

President: Thomas A. Kulisz
Vice-President: Matthew J. Bernhardt
Secretary: Reed A. Kitchen
Treasurer: Allen J. Murphy
Shipmate Class Contact: Reed A. Kitchen

Giving

The Class of 2005 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2006

President: Andrew M. Lukich
Vice-President: Joshua I. Campbell
Secretary: Jamison L. Lindsay
Treasurer: Jeffrey C. Foulds

Giving

The Class of 2006 is currently raising $100,000 for its 10th Reunion Class Project, including at least $75,000 to support Leadership and Ethics, and at least $25,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 75% for Leadership/Ethics, and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.


The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division prepares junior officers for combat and operational leader roles through a four-year immersion program of leadership and ethics education and training, as well as leader development experiences and opportunities. LEAD includes the Department of Leader Development and Research, the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law and the LEAD Company Officer Master's Program. Together, they provide an all-encompassing program consisting of classroom instruction, hands-on experience, and one-on-one mentorship that develops the attributes and characteristics Officers need to be effective and trusted leaders in Navy and Marine Corps.


The mission of the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership is to empower leaders to make courageous ethical decisions – split second decisions in the heat of battle or in the face of conflict.  The center was established in the late '90's to focus on the character, ethical and leadership development of the future leaders of the Navy, Marine Corps and nation so that they will be ready to make the most ethical decisions.  The Center for Ethical Leadership has become the touchstone at the Academy and throughout the Naval Service for this moral shaping of leaders.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2007

President: Brady Beauchamp
Vice-President: Benjamin D. Tuck
Secretary: Daniel S. Bellomo
Treasurer: Patrick T. Sullivan

Giving

The Class of 2007 is currently raising $100,000 for its 10th Reunion Class Project, including at least $75,000 to support the International Programs Office and at least $25,000 for the Naval Academy Fund. It is suggested that the gifts be split 75% for the IPO and 25% for the Annual Fund.

The IPO enhances the internationalization of midshipman education by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities that contribute to building midshipman knowledge and proficiency regarding strategically important geographic regions and foreign languages as defined by Navy leadership.  In carrying out this mission, the IPO serves as the focal point for information and coordination of all international engagements related to the U.S. Naval Academy.

The Class of 2007 is currently supporting the Naval Academy Fund. The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2008

Website Address:

President: Donald H. Horner III
Vice-President: Gerald K. Brooks
Secretary: Dianna M. Dietrich
Treasurer: Daniel E. Foose
Shipmate Class Contact: Dianna M. Dietrich

Giving

The Class of 2008 has elected to support the Midshipman Action Group (MAG) and the Naval Academy Annual Fund (AF) for it's 10 year reunion class project gift. In addition to the nearly $257,000 already raised through the First Gift program, the overall fundraising goal for the project is a least and additional $100,000, with at least $75,000 for the MAG and at least $25,000 for the AF First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund

Our gift to the Midshipmen Action Group (MAG) will enable it to continue its important work—important to the many people in the community who benefit from the charitable works of midshipmen and important to the many midshipmen who put in long hours tutoring, building homes for, caring for, feeding, collecting books for and generally serving those in need. MAG continues to grow and is a tremendous force for good, forever impacting the lives of the servants as well as those served.  

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Events

Join us in Annapolis for our 10 year reunion October 18-21, 2018!

Click here to register!

Schedule of Events:

Thursday 18 October         
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1900-2200 Welcome Reception and Check-In at Fado’s

Friday 19 October      
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1100-1200 Class Meeting on the Yard
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center
1700-1900 Happy Hour at Pusser’s
1900-2100 Casual Dinner Lower Level of Dahlgren Hall  

Saturday 20 October   
0900-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
1000  Tailgate Party Water Tower
TBD  Navy VS Houston

Sunday 21 October    
1000-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)

 

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Resources

Please click here for reunion reports. (limited access) 

 
 
 

Contact Information for Class of 2009

https://www.facebook.com/groups/USNACLASSOF2009

President: Andrew R. Poulin
Vice-President: Arthur E. Griffin
Secretary: Michael A. Matus
Treasurer: Cody R. Forsythe

Giving

The Class of 2009 has elected to support the First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the First Gift fund and 25% for the Annual Fund.

The First Gift fund is an undesignated restricted fun in which gifts raised will be held until 2014, the 5th reunion of the class. At that time, the class will decide upon the purpose of this fund by class vote or decide to wait to designate the fund until their 10th reunion.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Resources

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Contact Information for Class of 2010

President: Robert H. Battle
Vice-President: Garth T. Thomas
Secretary: Margaret C. Boyle
Treasurer: Paul D. Mallory

Giving

The Class of 2010 has elected to support the First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the First Gift fund and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The First Gift fund is an undesignated restricted fun in which gifts raised will be held until 2015, the 5th reunion of the class. At that time, the class will decide upon the purpose of this fund by class vote or decide to wait to designate the fund until their 10th reunion.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2011

President: Michael E. Orzetti
Vice-President: Clarence R. Dobbs
Secretary: Natalie N. Bettinelli
Treasurer: Matthew D. Pierson

Giving

The Class of 2011 has elected to support the First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the First Gift fund and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The First Gift fund is an undesignated restricted fun in which gifts raised will be held until 2016, the 5th reunion of the class. At that time, the class will decide upon the purpose of this fund by class vote or decide to wait to designate the fund until their 10th reunion.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

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Contact Information for Class of 2012

President: Ian M. Cameron
Vice-President: Nicholas M. Demasters
Treasurer: Nicolas M. Woods
Secretary: Andrew S. King
Send Articles to: shipmate2012@gmail.com

Honoring Jake Tenorio

Giving

The Class of 2012 has elected to support the First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the First Gift fund and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The First Gift fund is an undesignated restricted fun in which gifts raised will be held until 2017, the 5th reunion of the class. At that time, the class will decide upon the purpose of this fund by class vote or decide to wait to designate the fund until their 10th reunion.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni. Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

Click here to give now.

Events

 

 

News

 

 

Resources

Please click here for reunion reports! (limited access) 

 
 
 

Contact Information for Class of 2013

President: John-Rex Spivey
Vice-President: Daniel Murphy
Secretary: Hannah Yun
Treasurer: Theodore L. Baumgardner
Shipmate Contact: Hannah Yun

Giving

The Class of 2013 has elected to support the First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the First Gift fund and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.

The First Gift fund is an undesignated restricted fun in which gifts raised will be held until 2017, the 5th reunion of the class. At that time, the class will decide upon the purpose of this fund by class vote or decide to wait to designate the fund until their 10th reunion.

The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.

Click here to give now.

Events

Join us in Annapolis September 6-9, 2018 for our 5 year reunion!

Click here to register!

Memorabilia:

Visit our online store to purchase Class of 2013 merchandise: http://www.usnaclasstore.com/13store.html


Schedule of Events:

Thursday 6 September       
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1800  Check-In and Link in the Chain Cocktail Reception with the Class of 1963 at Ogle Hall

Friday 7 September      
0730-1600 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
1200-1215 Noon Meal Formation
1300-1330 Class Meeting on the Yard (location TBD)
1350-1500 Superintendent Briefing and Alumni Association Welcome to all classes (location TBD)
1600-1715 Dress Parade on Worden Field
1915-2030 Jewish Service in Levy Center 
1800-2100+ Check-In and cocktail Reception at Armadillos in Downtown Annapolis

Saturday 8 September   
0730-1200 Midshipmen Store Hours
0900-1700 Museum Hours
0900-1700 Visitor Center Hours
1400-1900 Tailgate at the ’53 Pavilion (Land and Sea Catering)
1530 (tent.) Navy VS Memphis

Sunday 9 September    
0900-1700 USNA Visitor Center Hours
0900-1000 Catholic Service (Main Chapel)
1100-1700  Museum Hours
1100-1215  Protestant Service (Main Chapel)

 

News

 

 

Resources

Click here for reunion reports (limited access

 
 
 

Contact Information for Class of 2014

President: William R. Roberts
Vice-President: Conor J. Kearney
Secretary: Elizabeth J. (Hoerner) Powers
Treasurer: Emily L. Kreyenhagen

Giving

 The Class of 2014 has elected to support the First Gift Program and the Naval Academy Fund.  It is suggested that gifts are split 75% for the First Gift fund and 25% for the Naval Academy Fund.


The First Gift fund is an undesignated restricted fun in which gifts raised will be held until 2017, the 5th reunion of the class. At that time, the class will decide upon the purpose of this fund by class vote or decide to wait to designate the fund until their 10th reunion.


The Naval Academy Fund is a versatile, unrestricted fund that allows the Superintendent flexibility to meet emerging needs of the Academy and underwrites mission-critical activities of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association/Foundation to serve the Academy and all Alumni.  Fund gifts are put to work immediately where they are needed most.


Click here to give now.

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Contact Information for Class of 2015

President: Ward E. Scott
Vice-President: Dylan M. Cawdery
Secretary: Saungwon Ko
Treasurer: Joshua D. Elliot

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Contact Information for Class of 2016

President: Eric B. Kellogg
Vice-President: Matthew L. Chavez
Secretary: Zachary L. Coffman
Treasurer: Renata M. Bucher

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Contact Information for Class of 2017

President: Chosnel Raymond
Vice-President: Robert Winning
Secretary: Theodore Schopf
Treasurer: Molly McGuckin

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