2017 Reunion Location: Galveston, TXOctober 24-27, 2017

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John and Judy Swens
Our great pals from Colorado had a blast at this year's Reunion. Ask them about their trip on Flathead Lake!
Dale Cocita
Dale considers the upcoming Red Bus "Jammer" ride up Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park.
Chuck Super
Chuck, a Montana native from Shepherd, MT, savors a chocolate chip cookie at Lake MacDonald lodge after returning from the Red Bus tour of Glacier National Park.
Reynolds Mountain - Glacier National Park
Reynolds Mountain as seen from the Visitors Center at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. Logan Pass (elevation 6646 ft) is located on the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. It is the highest point on the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
View from Going-to-the-sun-road.
The stream below feeds into Lake MacDonald in Glacier National Park.
Garold "Newt" Newton
Newt was captured in a happy mood while sharing sea stories in our hospitality suite at Marina Cay.
Bert Royster
Bert in a relaxed moment during the social festivities.
2014 Reunion
2014 Memorial Service - USS Ernest G. Small DD/DDR-838
Memorial Service for departed shipmates of USS Ernest G. Small DD/DDR-838
At The Gate
Twenty-two shipmates and guests arrived at NAS Pensacola for the Wednesday practice and show of the Blue Angels. Fortunately, we arrive early to secure seats in the stands. Almost all practices are well attended and have standing room only.
Vietnam Wall
Pensacola's one-half scale replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall at Washington, D.C.
John Lewis
John Lewis takes a photo of E.G. Small group in the stands.
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Prime Seating for the Crew
The E.G. Small group secured prime seats for the Blue Angel show.
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Take Off
The Blue Angels Commence the Show
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Star burst
Trailing smoke, the six aircraft break formation into a star burst pattern.
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Close Fly By
Aircraft #5 & #6 perform an exciting head to head fly by within a few feet of collision.
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In Delta Formation
The six Blue Angels fly in a Delta formation with an average separation of 18 inches at the wings.
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Near Miss
These two aircraft closed at greater than Mach 1 speeds.
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Explosion
The squadron breaks ranks as they prepare for landing.
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On the Ground
The Blue Angels taxi in review after landing.
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Heading Home
Our attendees depart the airfield after enjoying a spectacular show.
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