Updated: Sunday, July 25th, 2021
This web site is dedicated to the valiant men who have served aboard a U.S. Navy ship named BOSTON. Beginning in 1776, seven BOSTONs have served America.
Our purpose is to preserve and promote the rich history of the long line of naval ships named BOSTON that have served our country, and to bring together past and present crew members. Every year a reunion is held in a different area of our great country. We work to preserve the history of these famous ships and foster the comradeship of their fighting men. If you have attended one of our reunions you've seen comradeship at its best.
Here's what you'll find on this web site:
- 2021 Reunion Photos
- 2020 REUNION POSTPONED DUE TO THE (COVID19) CORONAVIRUS
- 2019 Reunion Photos
- Current Events - Things that recently happened, are happening, or are about to happen
- Ship Histories - Learn about the ships that have borne the name BOSTON
- Ribbons Earned by CG69/CAG1 and SSN703 Long Short
- Reunion Information - Get the details concerning our next big gathering
- Mess Decks - Drop down the ladder to see who's aboard, who's ashore, Taps
- Captain's Cabin - Knock twice, doff hat, enter smartly
- About the Shipmates - Who we are and what we're all about
- Memorabilia Collection
- Contact Us - Send us mail
- Update Your Shipmate Information Online (including option to pay dues using PayPal, Zelle®, or check)
- Maritime Links - More great Naval sites
- Neat Stuff - Thought-provoking, interesting, frequently asked questions...
- Viet Nam Agent Orange Ship List
- USS Boston (CAG-1) role in transporting the remains in the Tomb of the Unknowns
- Villefranche Sur-MER Commemoration
If you served aboard a BOSTON, join our private forum: USS BOSTON Forum
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