The USS Annapolis (AGMR-1) was a US Naval ship commissioned during the Vietnam War to receive, process and deliver vital communications between the Pentagon and Commanders in the Vietnam theater of operations. The ship was in service from March 1964 through December 1969, and this website is dedicated to the men who served aboard the Annapolis, their families and anyone interested in our USS Annapolis Reunion Association.
We hope you take time to review the history of the ship on the About AGMR-1 page, look over the Ship's Company and take a look at some of the past Reunions. If you would like to join the USS Annapolis (AGMR-1) Reunion Association, please complete the Membership Application on the "Forms" page of this website. If you would like to search our database for a shipmate, please use the Contact A Shipmate Form however, if your shipmate is not on the pull-down list, we don't have his current contact information.
Throughout the past 20 or so years, the USS Annapolis Association has had several reunions for shipmates to gather and reminisce their experiences while aboard the ship. Our next reunion is tentatively scheduled for the Fall of 2019 in Newport, R.I. and is open to all Association Members, their wives and family members. More information on the reunion is forthcoming, so check back here often.
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Use this form if you have questions about the Association, or to notify the Association of changes to your personal information, i.e., mailing address, phone number, email address, etc. We will make the changes to the database as soon as feasible. Thank You.
Association Chairman: Dan McGregor (937-470-8129)
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USS Annapolis Photo by Charles E. Swartz (DCFN '69)