Welcome to the official website of the
U.S.S. Constellation CVA/CV-64 Association

Our organization is dedicated to one of the greatest warships to ever serve in the U.S. Navy. The USS Constellation served gallantly throughout four generations from Viet Nam to the Iraq War. This website is for those shipmates who served aboard her and for those family members of the crewmembers of "America's Flagship."



The Connie, July 7. 2015

The Connie in International Shipbreaking Ltd July 7, 2015  Photo by James Miller

Shipmate member of the association, It's very important that you keep me informed about any email address changes otherwise you won't be informed about any important Connie updates.  Just send an email to webmaster@ussconstellation.org.

2015 USS Constellation CVA/CV 64 Washington DC Reunion
Check in: Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Check out: Monday, September 14, 2015

Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel
900 South Orme Street
Arlington, Va. 22204

Guests must make own reservations by calling 1-800-325-3535 and identify themselves as member of USS Constellation group. .....or you can make reservations by clicking here.  Please note that we have provided a up to 3 days before and up to 3 days after the reunion if you would like to stay a-bit longer.

Single daily rate (includes breakfast for 1): $99.00 + tax
Double daily rate (includes breakfast for 2): $109.00 + tax

Room rates will be available three (3) days before and after the reunion
Cut-off date to reserve a room is Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Complimentary parking
Complimentary shuttle service to and from Metro
Complimentary shuttle service to and from Reagan National

Click Here for Reunion Information Forms and Stuff

Meeting at Brooklyn Navy Yard Building 92 Museum yesterday March 12th, 2015

Met with Aileen Chumard and Dennis Riley at the Navy Yard yesterday. We discussed the replica memorial, it's purpose and a possible location for it. This was a good starting point meeting. No decisions were made of course. The meaning of the plaque was established and a possible location was discussed. The "Admiral's Walk" seems to be the best place, it's where the individual tiles are placed and... it's in the open courtyard area in front of Building 92. Since this is an outdoors area the material of the plaque would have to be suitable to New York weather conditions etc. Ms Chumard and Mr Riley said they would discuss it with the powers that be and I left it with them that we would convey their thoughts to the Board of Constellation Association. One thing that I emphasized was that the purpose for Constellation Association was to have something to memorialize those lost in that terrible disaster. Since the original plaque went "missing" this would be our way of accomplishing that memory. Both agreed that a place inside in the museum atmosphere would not
be permanent enough to warrant the expense and efforts to recreate this memorial effort. More to discuss. Lets talk over the weekend.. Please feel free to cc this email to anyone you think should be informed. Regards to all.
Phil T
...but we continue to search for the shipworkers plaque. Someone has got to know something about it,

New Reunion Information-see below the Brownsville Stuff.

New Video created by James Miller on photos of Connie in Brownsville




USS Constellation Was At Rest
47.33.08 North - 122.39.16 West


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