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  • 18 Oct 2019 09:22 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    Army-Navy Registration is Now Open


    It’s the best time of the year! Sign up to cheer on Navy with the Alumni Association. Registration for our bus trip up to Philadelphia and our tailgate is open.


    Army-Navy Game 

    14 December 2019

    3 p.m. Kick-off

    Lincoln Financial Field

    Coverage on CBS




    Alumni Association Tailgate

    11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Join the Alumni Association for the most-anticipated tailgate of the season. We are indoors with heat, bathrooms, hot food and an open bar at the Wells Fargo Center, easy walking distance to Lincoln Financial Field. 


    Alumni Association Bus Trip

    Departs at 8:15 a.m.

    Skip the hassle and let us do the driving for you. Our bus trip leaves from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis and brings you to the Wells Fargo Center and back again. Ride in style on our comfortable buses complete with Navy trivia, prizes and Navy spirit. Unfortunately, no one-way discounted bus tickets are available.


    Tailgate and Bus Combo Ticket

    Sign up for both and save! Guests receive discounted tickets when purchasing both the bus and tailgate.


    Register here and save with early bird pricing until 1 November. After this date, all prices will increase by $10. Registration closes on 9 December at 12 a.m. No refunds will be issued after this time. Registration may close sooner if the tailgate or buses sell out.


    Please visit our website for more information, or email events@usna.com.


    Go Navy! Beat Army!

  • 17 Oct 2019 09:15 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    Military Officers Association of America, Hampton Roads Chapter

    MOAA Networking & Thirsty Thursday

    Networking Event: Open to all current and potential MOAA members
    Guests of the above also welcome
    Attire: Uniform of the Day/Civilian Casual ... come as you are!
    No RSVP required.

    The Casual Pint, 3380 Princess Anne Road, Suite 111, Virginia Beach, VA 23456

    HRCMOAA No Host Social - October 24, 2019.pdf

  • 15 Oct 2019 17:16 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    The Navy equipment staff is in need of unit patches for the players to pick from for the Army–Navy game uniform.

    Patches must be delivered by 20 November to warrant consideration:

    Please ship to:

    Navy Equipment
    Ricketts Hall
    566 Brownson Road
    Annapolis MD 21402

  • 15 Oct 2019 17:01 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    Dear Alumni, parents, and friends,

    As fall settles in here in Annapolis it is once again time to request your help in getting the word out to classmates, parents, and friends about the Wreaths Across America (WAA) event that will take place on Friday December 13, 2019 at 09:30 at the cemetery at USNA. I am requesting that Class and Chapter officers spread the word to their classmates and chapter members.

    This will be our 8th year to place remembrance wreaths at the USNA cemetery to honor those that have gone before and to remember their love for this country. Please help us cover each grave and the columbarium at the USNA cemetery with a wreath. Your donation to this program is ever so helpful to accomplish this. Below are the ways to purchase the wreaths. The wreaths are $15.00 per wreath, or by using the site shown below, for every two purchased a third will be given for free. (You will not see that happen as it is automatic).

    Directions for online donations:


    Just follow the red “donate” buttons to purchase your wreaths and to pay.

    Donations by mail:
    Wreaths Across America
    PO Box 249
    Columbia Falls, ME 04623

    Please write: “MD0011/MDUSNA” in your memo section of your check and make payable to: Wreaths Across America.

    The class of '81 will once again sponsor this event, if you wish to verify you may contact the class president, Otto Stutz at otto@1981.usna.com

    If you are in the Annapolis area Friday, December 13, 2019 at 09:30 please join us in this moving event, a great way to start off the Army vs Navy weekend honoring many, remembering all. Please help us, and take a moment to remember those classmates and loved ones that lay there in final rest by saying their names and honoring their lives.

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Once again, I am asking that the class officers distribute this information to their classmates so others can see that this is an option to remember those buried at USNA. I will be glad to do any grave specific requests. Thank you for your time and effort for this event.

    Carol Turman

    Coordinator Wreaths Across America USNA

  • 11 Oct 2019 11:02 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)



    Celebrate OktoBEEfest Seabee-style with craft beer and comrades. Gather together your crew and enjoy an evening surrounded by Bees, friends and family. Tickets are only $10 and include a free, commemorative, one-of-a-kind OktoBEEfest glass.

    OCTOBER 16

    5:00 - 8:00 PM

    Elation Brewing Company
    5104 Colley Avenue
    Norfolk, VA 23508

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  • 2 Oct 2019 17:32 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    Retirees and Annuitants,

    The newest edition of Navy Shift Colors is now available.

    Web Site: www.shiftcolors.navy.mil

    Click on or copy and paste one of the following links to your browser:


    Navy Shift Colors is the Navy's official newsletter for Retired Sailors and
    surviving spouses.  It updates the retired Navy community about changes to laws, policies, programs, and benefits that affect them.

    All Retired Sailors and surviving spouses with active myPay accounts now receive Navy Shift Colors electronically at their email address in myPay. Update your email address in myPay by visiting:

  • 30 Sep 2019 13:50 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    The latest Wave Tops is out.

    Wave Tops is the e-newsletter published by the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association & Foundation. Wave Tops covers news, announcements and special events concerning the Alumni Association & Foundation, alumni, midshipmen, the Yard and the Navy and Marine Corps.


  • 7 Sep 2019 13:49 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), Hampton Roads Chapter, has arranged hour-long submarine tours of one of the two nuclear attack submarines USS Boise and USS Albany.  Each sub will take 25 visitors per hour broken into 3 groups, each led by a crew member.  Tours will start at 9:00 a.m. and the last tour, if enough people sign up, will be at 1:00 p.m.

    Visitors must carry a picture ID, be at least 12 years old, be able to climb a 10’ vertical ladder unassisted  to enter and exit the sub, and cannot be claustrophobic.  Submarines have NO provisions for the handicapped.

    The subs will be at Pier 3 at Naval Station Norfolk. You need not be a member of HRCMOAA and you can bring other guests if they are current officers, former officers, retired officers, their spouses, widows, significant others, children, children’s spouses and grandchildren 12 or older. You can bring a non-officer friend if you need to bring someone with a military ID in your car or they are a special friend.

    There are parking spaces on the Naval Station near Pier 3

    You will need to leave all cameras, cell phones and other electronics in your car; they will not be allowed on the submarine.  Everyone will need a picture ID.

    To sign up for the submarine tour email bobpetraarmour@cox.net by Wednesday, September 11th. He will need to know:

    • Your name and rank, email address, cell phone number and your preference for an early, mid or late morning tour.  You will be the sponsor for any guests you bring.
    • The name, rank if applicable and relationship to the sponsor [wife, son, friend, etc.] of each of your guests.  Children must be 12 or older.

    He will send those who sign up for the submarine tour additional details next Thursday or Friday.  I will assign you a time for your party to be at Pier 3 on the Naval Station Norfolk.  Your wait time should be about a half hour but we will be ahead of schedule some of the time.

    On Weekends, Gate 5 to the destroyer & submarine piers is closed.  Enter the base through Gate 2, at the end of Hampton Blvd.

    Someone in the car will have to have a military ID card to enter the Naval Station.

  • 7 Sep 2019 06:55 | Robert Aeschbach (Administrator)

    Six midshipmen traveled to northern India in order to experience the local indigenous culture and reflect on modern influence on an ancient land. Most of the trip took place in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir in the Himalayan range.

    Your Chapter Dues At Work

    Our Chapter has provided $2,500 to the International Programs Office each of the last three years to enable experiences like this.

    We hope to be able to continue supporting this worthwhile program!

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