If you or your spouse served on either CV/CVA/CVS-33 or LHD-3, you are encouraged to join the Kearsarge Association and attended any of our reunions.
Anyone that served in any capacity on board the Kearsarge at any time is eligible to be a member of the Kearsarge Association and participate in any/all activities. This includes any/all aviation squadrons or detachments, air wings/groups, or flag staffs in any capacity. Navy bands, Marine detachments, security detachments or detachments (UDT, Divers, etc.) for other purposes or any one else in a TAD/TDY status. This Association is not just for ships company personnel!
The reunions have been a great time for the men and women who served.
The sole purpose of the Kearsarge Association is to organize reunions and keep people in touch with one another. Keep in touch by following us on this website.
You’re always welcome here.
Come in and chat with us.
We’re really looking forward to having you as a member. Sign up today!
Invite all your Navy friends to visit our site: www.kearsargeassociation.com
If you are not already a member you might want to also join NavyBuddies.com
USS KEARSARGE CV/CVA/CVS-33 AWARDS
Published on Nov 12, 2013
Under the direction of composer Bob Crewe's guidance and signed to the 20th Century label, Diane Renay, then 17 years old, released her biggest hit, "Navy Blue", in late 1963. The song told the story of a girl, lonely for her steady boyfriend away from home in the U.S. Navy and anxious to see him again. "Navy Blue", composed by Crewe with Bud Rehak and Eddie Rambeau, became a national smash, reaching No. 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in February 1964, and soaring to No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary singles chart.
DIANE RENAY ~ "NAVY BLUE" 1963
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