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Congratulations Submariners

One of the most important days

in a Midshipmen’s life,

 Service Selection!

The day you find out what the Navy

has planned for you!

Featured is MIDN 1/C Kevin Stransky, son of

current members, Anthony & Debbie Stransky

of Sugar Land, Texas.

Good Luck MIDN 1/C Stransky!


Firstie Presentations

Class of 2014

At our meeting on April 13, we recognized our 16 Firsties who will be graduating from the USNA. They have worked hard and are now prepared to begin serving our country as Naval or Marine Officers. All of them have had support from their family during this incredible and often emotional time. Click here to see the Class of 2014 and help celebrate these amazing young people as they embark on a new journey.


Presenting the Texas Gulf Coast

February 19 - 22

SWIM & DIVE TEAM

The 2014 Swimming and Diving Patriot League Conference Championships were held in Feb. For Navy's Men's Swimming and Diving Team, this was their 11th consecutive win. Navy's Wil Mayo swept the 1 Meter and 3 Meter Boards winning Gold. Navy's Ben Freedman also made it onto the podium, winning the Bronze Medal on both the 1 Meter and 3 Meter Boards. On the Swimming side, was Jonathan DeBaugh, winning Gold in the 200 Fly. All three of these young men are from our area and Texas Gulf Coast Parents’ Club members!


Congratulations

Do you know these mids?

Calling all Parents

The above photo was taken from the USNA Facebook page. Do you recognize any of these Plebes? Could this be your son or daughter? Help us out by taking the time to look at the various websites featuring USNA Mids. Several are listed above.  If you find YOUR Mid, grab the photo and send it to us. This website is here to celebrate our Midshipmen and their accomplishments, while showcasing the hard work, sacrifices and even the fun that each one goes through. So, help us out and send in some photos!

2014 Sea Trials

U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association, Texas Gulf Coast Chapter

The alumni chapter extends free   membership to you while you have    midshipmen at USNA. Please visit     our website at the link above and      choose the applicable Parents’       club membership category (PC -        1 yr, if you have a Firstie, etc.)        We welcome your membership       and hope to see you at upcoming     Chapter and Parents’ Club events.


Keep warm with a Chill out Blanket

MEMBERSHIP

As a reminder, annual memberships must be renewed each June 30th.  For questions, contact Mamie White at mahwhite@yahoo.com.

Membership Benefits Include:


Firstie Recognition

Birthday Gift for your Mid


Valentine’s Day Box

Halloween Treat

Membership in Houston

Alumni Association

And getting to know all of our wonderful members who share this common bond!

In-Touch Newsletter

Military Ball Invitation

Final Exam Cookies

Networking for your Mid

Welcome New Club Members


Irfanali & Suraiya Banani

Shawn Banani, 2016


Robert & Laura Sappio

Michael Sappio, 2016


Willie & Abigail Thornton

Johnathan Thornton, 2014



Join us for our next meeting!
August 3rd, 2014

MAY 16 - 23, 2014

Congratulations to the Parents and Midshipmen of the Class of 2014. It has been an Amazing 4 years, a journey to remember! Celebrate the time with your soon to be Ensign or 2nd Lieutenant. Take lots of pictures and don’t forget to send them to the Webmaster to be published on this website. The Texas Gulf Coast USNA Parents’ Club salutes YOU!

For those who will not be attending the event, the 2014 Graduation and Commissioning ceremony can be viewed live on: www.PentagonChannel.mil

Check out our own 16 Firsties of the Class of 2014 from the USNA Parents’ Club of the Texas Gulf Coast!

Determination of graduation site will be made early Friday morning and will be posted in the USNA web site.

In case of inclement weather, graduation will be held at 10 a.m. In Alumni Hall. Only designated indoor ticket holders will be admitted.

 2014 Commissioning Week Activities 
CLASS of 2018

Join the Parents’ Club!  YOU have questions

and WE have answers!  Get access to ALL

of that information!  Join us at our

upcoming activities and get the chance to

meet and mingle with other Midshipman.  

Help is just a phone call away!

Let us be there to support YOU!

WHERE TO FIND PHOTOS


http://www.dropshots.com/USNA2010and07

http://www.dropshots.com/nushic

https://www.facebook.com/USNavalAcademy

https://www.facebook.com/USNAAlumni

http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/  (Search USNA)

Does this picture remind you of something?

A Naval Academy photo shoot went viral after the academy’s swim and diving team posted a shot of their senior class re-enacting the Marine Corps’ raising of the flag at Iwo Jima.


The Navy men’s swimming and diving team filmed the scene at the bottom of a pool on Sept. 23 with a GoPro video camera. The shot will grace the team poster for the 2013-14 season.


“Every year our team does a team picture for the team poster,” said MIDN 1/C Luke Hoffer, who’s on the left holding the flagpole.


This year, fellow senior MIDN 1/C Conor Campbell, who’s on track to earn his commission as a Marine Corps second lieutenant, suggested the team depict the photo of the flag-raising on Iwo Jima.


Also featured far left is MIDN 1/C Will Mayo, son of members Howard & Nancy Mayo of The Woodlands, Texas and 3rd from left, MIDN 1/C Ben Freedman son of members Michael & Marianne Freedman of Kennewick, Washington.  Both are on the USNA Diving Team.


All I can say is, Amazing!


Why should I join the Parents Club?

For many years, families of midshipmen from our area have been meeting as the USNA Parents’ Club of Texas Gulf Coast.  There are many dozens of such parents’ clubs across the country, and ours is consistently recognized by the USNA administration as among the very best at supporting the mission of the Academy.  Our ties to the local Alumni Association, the Blue & Gold officers and recent graduates keep us connected to affairs on the Yard and in the Fleet.

Being a parent of a midshipman can demand much time, patience and understanding.  And because mids are US Navy personnel, strict military discipline and regulations complicate every detail of their lives.  Providing appropriate encouragement and advice can be pivotal for your mid’s success at the Academy.  The Parents’ Club offers you support, tips, knowledge and friendship to help you provide effective support for your mid - while you enjoy the ride along the way.

Why a parents’ club?

To support our midshipmen.

Come join us at our next meeting and learn about the many ways we can support you and your mid during this new adventure.

Go Navy! Semper Fi!

Jeff & Mamie White (Brian ‘15/25)

Presidents, USNA Parents’ Club Texas Gulf Coast