Contributed by Steve Riddle firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter #28 - SEPTEMBER 2001
There is important info in this issue of the Pelican Post!
First of all, please take a look at the information on the San Diego Reunion 2002. For those of you on the west side of the Mississippi, we are finally having a Reunion on the West Coast. For those of you on the east side of the big river, here is a great opportunity to revisit San Diego - it is probably a long time since you have been there. Now, take advantage of the reduced rate for hotel room (if you find a cheaper room it will not be as nice as the one we have waiting for you) and partake in the special events of the famous Fleet Week, a very special time that only happens once a year in San Diego.
Members of JAX voted to have the next Reunion only at a city with "Navy Presence." You will find NO city with more Navy presence any time of the year, but throw in Fleet Week and you come away from the Reunion full of pride in your Navy.
As you reead on to other info on the Reunion 2002, you will find that we have a commitment for at least 100 rooms. I hope that we exceed this number but, to insure that the Reunion is financial viable, I urge you to help out by making a long range commitment by planning to attend and hold to that decision. I am sure that you will not be disappointed!
Table of Contents
Table Of Contents
Notes From All Over
Leaders at Sea Visit VP-45
VP-45 Participates in Earth Day
VP-45 Paints the Town
VP-45 Sailors Save Two Lives
VP-45 and Cedar Hill Elementary Participate in Junior Achievement Day
VP-45 Receives Golden Wrench Award
Preview of Fleet Week 2002
Naval Training Center
The VP Says...
The Secretary/Newsletter Editor Says To Mor
The Treasurer Pefers To Close His Account
President Feels New Blood Needed
Mort Says, "Let The Search Begin!"
VP-45 ARO Price List
Did You Know...
Book of Interest
Try It, You Might Like It
Big Changes In Navy Command Structure
VP-45 (PBY) Crash Takes 10 Lives
Diplomacy Lesson Only Cost $1
Conversation with Bernard
Rest In Peace
PBY Catalina International Association
From The Editor's Desk