Check out our new newsletter: “The Killer Whaler”, 01/15
To the Crew:
Spring has sprung. We have survived another winter and for many it is when we come out of hibernation and things get real busy. Yard work, gardens, firing up the barbeque, golf and fishing among other things and all this has to be worked into our regular work schedule. It won’t be long until Memorial day will be here, but lets not wait until then to remember our Vets and the Men and Women that are now serving.
I am looking forward to the reunion in Reno. Now is a good time to get your tickets if you are flying. I got my tickets a couple of day ago and found some good rates on line.
Reno is close to NAS Fallon the home of Top Gun and tours are available by appointment and should be made well in advance. For more info go to http://cnic.navy.mhttp://cnic.
Everyone who served from plank holders to those who sailed her to her decommissioning will be warmly welcomed. Come join us, renew old friendships, make new friends, reminisce the past, see the sites and make new entries into your “fond memories and good times” Logbook.
For the Association
In addition to Association President Bob, the following shipmates have also registered for the reunion: Mike & Jane Crumpton, Jim & Lucille Free, Chip & Sue Chapin, and Bill & Pat Biller.
Find information for ill, hospitalized or otherwise in poor health and recently departed shipmates. You can also submit your information for the community.
The purpose of the USS GOLDSBOROUGH (DDG-20) Association is to promote camaraderie among those who served in USS GOLDSBOROUGH DDG-20. This website is commissioned to maintain the ship’s history, and to provide a forum where crew members may become re-acquainted.
All former crew members of any ship to bear the name USS GOLDSBOROUGH are eligible for membership – dues are $10.00 per year or $100 for lifetime membership.
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