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USS Indianapolis Ship #35 of Navy Club of the USA was first chartered in July 2001. The club became fully active in February 2002. Three of the original members of the club, Steve Lawson, Ted Headings and Jim Boone, held an organizational meeting for new members of the club that month and began the second life of the club with a nucleus of five members. Since that time period, the club has grown and continues to add new members each month.
The club was named in honor of the USS Indianapolis crew members and is proud to have Jimmy O’Donnell, one of the original USS Indianapolis crewmen, as an honorary member.
The club is looking to expand its membership and provide influence as one of the top active Navy organizations in the city of Indianapolis. In the past we have participated in the Indianapolis Veteran’s Day Parade, Veteran’s Day at the Indiana State Fair and the Loyalty Day Parade in Noblesville, Indiana. Our club has won two awards in the Loyalty Day Parade to date for Best Patriotic Float (2002) and Most Unusual Float (2003).
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Kenosha Ship 40
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Racine Navy Club Ship 60
Our ship meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM at the Racine Veterans Center 820 Main Street Racine Wisconsin 53404.
Navy Club of Lake Ontario (NCLO), Ship 1812, Inc.
The Navy Club of Lake Ontario (NCLO), Ship 1812, Inc. is a chartered sub-section of the Navy Club of the United States of America (NCUSA). NCUSA is a non-profit 501(c) sea service veterans organization whose basic mission is to share comradeship among members, revere departed shipmates and veterans, promote interest in the United States Naval Services and maintain allegiance to the United States, its Constitution and laws. Membership in the Navy Club of USA is open to active duty and veterans of the U. S. Navy, U. S. Marine Corps, U. S. Coast Guard and U. S. Merchant Marine. Associate memberships are open to active duty and veterans of the U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force. NCUSA also has an Auxiliary component open to spouses and other civilians interested in supporting the Navy Club.
Established on 18 June, 1938 in Quincy, IL, the NCUSA established a Constitution and By-Laws which govern this unique and colorful group and speaks the language of the men who go down to the sea in ships. The Ship’s number “1812” was chosen in recognition of the Lake Ontario / Lake Erie area’s involvement and prominence in the War of 1812. The Navy Club of Lake Ontario, Ship 1812 was commissioned by NCUSA on 14 March, 1992.
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