NLUS Councils Paly Key Role In Commissioning Ceremonies

August 2003
Sea Power;Aug2003, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p37
Reprts that two Navy League councils joined forces in sponsoring numerous events related to the commissioning of the USS Ronald Reagan, which was officially adopted by the Santa Barbara Council in June 2001. Range of fundraising receptions and other social events organized by the groups; Implications on the sea services of the U.S.


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