Hotel information: The Sheraton Waterside in Norfolk, Virginia is hosting our reunion.
Please click on link for details.
Event registration forms with instructions. The registration forms are for both the reunion and the pre and post tours. Please make sure you fill in the information under pre and post regarding race – date of birth – and driver’s license number / state. This information is needed to get onto the Naval Base on Friday and the pre-tour on Tuesday at Fort Eustis.
Please click on the link for forms and instructions.
This year we are highlighting the 75th anniversary of the activation of the 65th Infantry Division at Camp Shelby.
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link includes detailed information about the tours as well as airport and driving directions:
Thursday – September 27: Registration
Thursday – September 27: Executive Meeting
Friday – September 28: Norfolk Naval Base tour
Friday – September 28: Fort Monroe tour and the Casemate Museum
Friday – September 28: Mixer
Saturday– September 29: Norfolk bus tour
Saturday – September 29: Cruise on the Victory Rover
Saturday – September 29: MacArthur Memorial
Sunday – September 30: Membership Meeting
Sunday – September 30: Banquet
Pre and Post tours – please click on the link for details –
pre and post tours are optional and if we do not have a minimum participation they may be cancelled:
Tuesday – September 25: Fort Eustis
Tuesday – September 25: Army Transportation Museum
Wednesday – September 26: Nauticus
Wednesday – September 26: USS Wisconsin tour
Monday – October 1: Virginia’s historic triangle tour which includes Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown.
Tuesday – October 2: A taste of Virginia Beach tour which includes the Military Aviation museum, a bus tour of Virginia Beach with a stop at the Young Veterans Brewing Co.
What are the reunions all about?
Years ago the veterans met to share their post war lives, celebrate their achievements and continue their friendships.
Nowadays, that remains true with our veterans but includes more of our Legacy membership. Children, grand-children and even great-grandchildren...along with nieces, nephews and cousins. We've become a family of the 65th Infantry Division.
At the reunions we have fun exploring, but also share research notes of family history research as well as photos and memories.
Come join us to create shared memories, friendship and travel in a new location each year. We explore military history, museums and local attractions...and some really great meals together.