Navy League Looks Ahead to 2005

January 2005
Sea Power;Jan2005, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p184
The article reports that the U.S. Navy League concluded 2004 by setting into motion the change of command at the national president's post that will take place during the summer. John A. Panneton of Virginia Beach, Virginia, was elected by the board of directors as the Navy League's new senior vice president at the 2004 Winter Meetings, November 4-6 in Arlington, Virginia. During the 2004 National Convention in San Diego in June, the Navy League leadership structure was slightly revamped, as vice president of strategic planning and vice president of public relations posts were created and the vice presidencies of education and information technologies merged into one position.


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