INTRODUCTORY NOTE: If you or anyone related to you have ever served in the US Coast Guard, you are eligible for membership in the Naval Order! Please contact us via the separate “CONTACT” tab on this website. We look forward to hearing from you! On 4 August 2019, the United States Coast Guard celebrated its … More Happy Birthday US Coast Guard! (228)
On Saturday, 27 July, 15 NOUS Northwest companions and guests were treated to a personal tour of USS RALPH JOHNSON (DDG 114) by the ship’s commanding officer, CDR Casey M. Mahon, USN (in the photograph below). The two-hour tour was extensive and very informative and included all spaces, concluding with CIC and the Bridge. One … More RALPH JOHNSON (DDG 114) Tour a Great Success!
Two major NOUS Northwest events are scheduled during the next two weeks: • Tour of USS RALPH JOHNSON, DDG 114, courtesy of fellow NOUS companion and ship’s Captain, CDR Casey M. Mahon, USN. This first event will take place on 27 July at NS Everett. Meet at Lombardi’s at 11:30 for everyone’s access to the … More Coming Soon: Two Great NOUS Northwest Events!
On 1 June, the Commandery’s Battle of Midway commemorative lunch was held at Everett Naval Station. Ten companions and spouses attended this annual event including Chuck Davis, Bill Boardman, John Gerten, Cindy and Joe Valenta, Floyd and Carol Kershener, John and Cricket Laible and Solon Webb (with the latter three via Skype). Floyd Kershner provided … More Battle of Midway Brunch Focuses on Women Codebreakers
Just click on “Spring 2019” under the NEWSLETTERS tab above. Hard copies of the National publication will be arriving via mail this week.
The Commandery’s Discussion Group concluded its review of the “South China Sea” at Snohomish County Makers meeting space in Everett, WA on 15 April. In attendance were Companions John Laible, Harry Stengele, Janine Whitaker, Mark Thompson, Joe Valenta, Mike Graff, Floyd Kershner, John Gerten, Jim Wold, Solon Webb (on Skype) and Alex Sallander (by phone) … More “South China Sea” Discussion Group Concludes with Successful Meeting!
Head over to CNET’s link for a great article with 52 photo’s by Geoffrey Morrison. DD-951 is tied up in Bremerton and this article will make you want to pay a visit! Here’s the link: https://www.cnet.com/news/cold-war-destroyer-inside-the-uss-turner-joy/