2019 Reunion - July 4-7, 2019 in Burlington VT
The reunon will be held at the Doubletree by Hilton in Burlington, VT starting July 4th 2019. The room rate is $99.00/nt.
See the Reunion page for more details
2018 Reunion - July 19-22, 2018 in Warwick, RI
The reunion was held at the Warwick Crowne Plaza Hotel. The shipmates and guests visited the Mystic Seaport, Newport Mansions and Battleship Cove.
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2017 Reunion - July 20-23, 2017 in Newport News, VA
The reunion was held in Newport News, VA. The itinerary included visits to Yorktown, Jamestown, the Mariner's Museum and a lunch cruise on the Spirit of Norfolk.
Check out some photos from the Reunion.
2016 Reunion - July 7-10, 2016 in Dayton, OH
The 2016 reunion was held in Dayton, OH, home of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and many aviation attractions.
Activities included visits to the National Museum of the Air Force and Carillon Park
Some photos from the reunion
2015 Reunion - July 16-19, 2015
Sail Painting Project - April 2015
A few shipmates travelled to Buffalo to repaint the sail of the SSN-703 on April 27 & 28.
The 2014 reunion was held in Danvers, Mass. on July 10-13, at the Doubletree by Hilton, Boston North Shore hotel.
The 2013 reunion was held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on July 11 through July 14, at the Marriott Pyramid North hotel.
USS BOSTON SSN-703 Memorial in Buffalo
When the sail and rudder arrived in Buffalo Bruce McCausland (ET2(SS) 1979-1983) was on hand, with his camera at the ready. Take a look... Please be patient; there are a lot of pictures, and lot of bytes to download.
The ship in the background is the USS LITTLE ROCK.
We have photos of the construction under way in Buffalo. Construction begins!
Photos from the 2012 Reunion Ceremony!
Arlington National CemeteryThe BOSTON has an important tie to Arlington National Cemetery, one of the most consecrated and revered places in our nation's capitol. It was a singular honor for us to be invited to plant a tree there, within sight of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers. After a considerable effort we were granted permission to place a marker that shows the provenance of our tree and puts the name of our ship in the public eye.