Puerto Vallarta Rolls Out Welcome Mat At Mexico, Caribbean Regional Meeting

Atkinson, Peter
May 2005
Sea Power;May2005, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p50
Reports on developments relating to the members of the Navy League as of May 2005. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Council's hosting of the annual meeting on February 18-19, 2005; Welcome given to Navy Leaguers from Rome aboard the USS Mount Whitney; Death of former national president John R. Fisher.


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