Omaha

​SUNRISE PRESS

The Association newsletter the Sunrise Press is the most important vehicle to provide each of you stories and happenings of our shipmates.  It introduces new members and honors our departed shipmates with a TAPS section.  ​Articles and stories from members are encouraged.  Go to Sunrise Press and take a look at the current issue plus the last few issues.

I came across this video in an email sent to me from our Association President, Gary Shorell, and was moved by the depth of soul and understanding that the young man in this video that is linked to here, displayed.  I'm sometimes discouraged by the complacency and disregard some people display towards the sacrifices that were made for them to be able to have that very luxury. Yet here is an 11 year old young man that "gets it" and becomes a shining example for all of us. May we remember not just once a year, but every day the sacrifice made for us, and to not waste it.

https://pinearts.smugmug.com/The-Boy-on-the-Beach-Omaha-Beach-2014/i-vPVMh5F/A


Omaha

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O BEAUTIFUL FOR PATRIOT DREAM, THAT SEES BEYOND THE YEARS

2021

Omaha NE -  Well !! It's been a real roller coaster ride these last two years. 2020.... what was up with THAT? After getting cancelled by Covid last year, we're now finally set up and raring to go for a great reunion in Omaha, NE. We have had some hurdles to overcome this year, including our hotel we were originally set up with getting sold this year to another company. But, we got a real experienced shipmate who can really plan out reunions to salvage the whole mess, and boy have we got a reunion for you!!! Want to see what? just click on the red 2021 link above, and it'll take you to our reunion page, where you can see the venue, the registration form, the itinerary, and even pay for your reunion online with our secure portal. What could be better than that? We really can't wait to see you there.

The Association Scholarship Award is a one-time award to a graduating high school senior or a college/technical school student in their first two years of post secondary education up to the age of 25.  The winning award is in the amount of $1,000 and two awards of $500 will be granted to the first and second runners up to assist them in furthering their education at a college or technical schoolof their choice. The award program is open to any high school or college/technical school underclassmen who are family member (son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, niece, nephew, etc.) of a USS Lexington CV16 Association member.

​USS LEXINGTON CV 16 ASSOCIATION

USS Lexington CV16/CVA16/CVS16/CVT16/AVT16 and CV2