About

The Atlanta Chapter of the Naval Academy Alumni Association (USNAAAA) serves alumni, parents and family members who reside in Atlanta and surrounding metro area.

We meet monthly on the 3rd Friday at the American Legion Post 160 in Smyrna, for luncheon meetings headlined by guest speakers.   The chapter host several special events throughout the year, including the Army-Navy Game, a Dark Ages' Party, Golf Classic, and our world famous Lobersterfest in June.

Get connected, stay connected to USNA by joining the Atlanta Chapter of the US Naval Academy Alumni Association (USNAAAA).  You can find the USNAAAA Chapter on Facebook at www.facebook.com/USNAAAA .

USNAAAA Chapter's Vision is:  Connect, Support, Advocate... Navy Blue & Gold

USNAAAA Chapter's Mission:  To be an organization that enables US Naval Academy (USNA) alumni to connect, fellowship and network with other USNA alumni, to stay informed and support the Naval Academy and Naval Service, and to be a voice and ambassador in the metro Atlanta region for a strong and vibrant Naval Academy and Naval Service.

Mission of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association:  To serve and support the United States, the Naval Service, the Naval Academy and its alumni:

  • By furthering the highest standards at the Naval Academy;
  • By seeking out, informing, encouraging and assisting outstanding, qualified young men and women to pursue careers as officers in the Navy and Marine Corps through the Naval Academy; and
  • By initiating and sponsoring activities which will perpetuate the history, traditions, memories and growth of the Naval Academy and bind alumni together in support of the highest ideals of command, citizenship and government.

Mailing address is:

U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association Atlanta
P.O. Box 76684
Atlanta, GA 30358

One Response to About

  1. boliver68 says:

    I plan to attend the January luncheon, if it is going to happen. I have not seen USNAAA on the schedule for 57th Fighter Group, so I am asking where the luncheon will be held and the date, please.

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