Shipmates Reunion Information
The USS BOSTON Shipmates organization has two purposes:
Our USS BOSTON reunions attract 300 to 600 people each year. Officers, Sailors, Marines, Flag, Drone Units... all are welcome. Our reunions are family affairs, with activities for everyone and everyone at all activities. Some Shipmates have attended every single reunion since 1987.
- Collecting and preserving information about the contributions of BOSTON ships and crews to the history of our great country.
- Reuniting men who served aboard a USS BOSTON so they can renew old acquaintances, rekindle rich memories, and swap sea stories.
Our reunions are planned, organized, and run entirely by our volunteer committee members, many of whom have had a part in managing ten or more USS BOSTON reunions. Unlike other organizations, we have one central committee with a wealth of experience. Two of our committee members are Certified Meeting Planners.
There is no business meeting at our reunion, just comradeship and clean family fun. Wives and widows (and other family members) are welcome, and enjoy themselves. Up to nine widows typically attend the reunion each year.
2020 - King of Prussia, PA 2008 - Portland, ME 1997 - Albuquerque, NM 2019 - Burlington, VT 2007 - Memphis, TN 1996 - Providence, RI 2018 - Warwick, RI 2006 - Chicago, IL 1995 - Philadelphia, PA 2017 - Newport News, VA 2005 - King of Prussia, PA 1994 - Norfolk, VA 2016 - Dayton, OH 2004 - Andover, MA 1993 - Boston, MA 2015 - Fayetteville, NC 2003 - Buffalo, NY 1992 - Groton, CT 2014 - Danvers, MA 2002 - New London, CT 1992 - Niagara Falls, NY 2013 - Albuquerque, NM
2002 - Baton Rouge, LA
1991 - Washington, DC 2012 - Buffalo, NY 2001 - Andover, MA 1990 - Providence, RI 2011 - Chicago, IL 2000 - Baltimore, MD 1989 - Nashua, NH 2010 - Washington, DC 1999 - Burlington, VT 1988 - Lowell, MA 2009 - Cleveland, OH
1998 - Stamford, CT
1987 - North Andover, MA Click here to find out what happens at a reunion
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