My guess is that you have come to the 'Reunions' page because your are looking for information regarding our next reunion.  I will post that information just as soon as somebody steps up and "volunteers" to put one together.  If anybody has any ideas give me a call (541-515-6691) and let's get things moving.  It don't have to be just one person--if your are willing to do some of the work but can't take on the whole project give me a call (same number, it hasn't changed) and I'll try to scrounge up some body (or bodies) to work (Ya, I know, we're talking Marines here but most of them are married to some really capable women.) with you. 

If you want to view any of our past reunions, click here to go to the past reunions website.  Rosters are available for each reunion as well as some pictures.  If you find that a roster is incorrect for any reason, please notify the webmaster, who will update them as necessary.  If you have any reunion photos that you would like to share, let the webmaster know and he will make arrangements with you to get them available and on the web site.

Hosting Reunions
Details on hosting reunions and a checklist can be found on the "Hosting A Reunion" page shown at the top of this screen.  Normally reunion hosts are selected at the current reunion; however, if nobody comes forward then it is possible that no more reunions will be held.  Candidates that would like to host a reunion who are not at the current reunion are requested to come forward and make themselves known with their location choice.  (That sounds like a fine location--Reunion Approved!!!) If you make your intentions know to myself or Keith Birkhofer, we will do everything we can to support your reunion.  Reunions are normally scheduled approximately every 18 months; however, the time span may be more or less.  In fact there is no 'normally', and Marines can't count anyway so if you want to hold it next spring, summer, fall, winter....  It all adds up to about 18 months.  Prior reunions have been in Myrtle Beach (twice), Las Vegas, San Diego, Quantico, New Orleans, Charleston, Seattle, Memphis, and Portland, Maine in 2008.  Please submit your selection to Keith Birkhofer.
"The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen.  Thank God for the United States Marine Corps."
Eleanor Roosevelt