October 10-14, 2007
To be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center, 1815 W. Mercury Blvd. in Hampton. Parking at the hotel is free. Airport transportation is provided complimentary by the hotel from the Hampton Airport Only. (Note: You might want to check Norfolk Airport for better rates, but note the hotel will not provide free transportation from this airport. Transportation will run about $30 per person, with 24 hour advance notice.) Room rates are only $79 per night, plus tax Registration will be $145 per person and includes the following:
- Welcoming Package with name button, itinerary, list of attendees and local information
- Wednesday Reception Dinner, beer, wine, punch and stand-up entertainment
- Thursday Red Shirt Night at Joe's Crab Shack
- Saturday Banquet Dinner and Program
- Sunday Farewell Breakfast Buffet
- Hospitality Room stocked with snacks, beverages and cocktails all 4 days
- Commemorative Lapel Pin
- All associated taxes and gratuities
Call the Holiday in at (757) 838-0200 no later than September 9, 2007 to make your hotel reservations.
Optional tours are available and include:
Langley AFB and Virginia Air and Space Center - Begins with a guided tour of Langley AFB including a visit to the F22 Fighter Squadron and lunch at the NCO open mess. Next venture VASC, which showcases Hampton as the birthplace of America's Space Program and features dozens of hands-on air and space exhibits, a premiere interactive aviation gallery that spans 100 years of flight, more than 30 historic aircraft, unique space flight artifacts and more! Your imagination will soar as you launch a rocket, pilot a space shuttle, become an air traffic controller, fly an airplane, and climb aboard a WWII bomber! Come face to face with the Apollo 12 Command Module that went to the moon, a Mars meteorite, a DC-9 passenger jet, a replica 1903 Wright Flyer and more! Tour time Thursday 9 am - 4 pm. Price $45 per person and includes lunch on base.
Jamestown - Come celebrate the 400th anniversary of this historic American Town!! First stop Jamestown settlement where you will step back in time, as costumed interpreters showcase a replica of the settlement as it once was through film, gallery exhibits and living history displays. After free time for lunch you will visit Historic Jamestown, the original site of the Jamestown colony, including the recently discovered site of the 1607 James Fort. A park ranger will guide you among the ruins. Afterwards you will have time to visit the gallery, including a special exhibit of the original Magna Carte! Tour time Friday 9 am - 5 pm. Price $45 per person.
COME JOIN US AS WE SHARE OLD MEMORIES AND MAKE NEW ONES!!!
For more information contact:
The Reunion BRAT
Phone: (360) 663-2521
Phone (425) 337-8130
Downloadable Registration Form in PDF format (right click and save as) You will need Adobe Reader to view/print the document.
See the USA with the 13th Reunions!
Kansas City, Missouri
September 13-17, 2006
Reunion 2006 was held at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Kansas City.
San Antonio, Texas
September 7-11, 2005
Reunion 2005 was held at the Holiday Inn located on the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk.
September 15-19, 2004
Reunion 2004 was held at the Marriott Hotel located across from Carillon Park in historic Dayton, Ohio.
St. Louis, Missouri
September 17-21, 2003
Reunion 2003 was held at the Radisson Hotel in downtown St. Louis across from the Arch, "Gateway to the West".
September 18-22, 2002
Reunion 2002 was held at the Airport Double Tree Hotel in beautiful Seattle, Washington.
October 3-7, 2001
Reunion 2001 was held at the Marriott Airport Hotel in historic Nashville, Tennessee, and our host was David Spotswood.
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|Noted artist Don Henderson (R) presents Bill Cowan (L) with the poster he designed featuring images of the planes flown by the 13th over the years. Cowan will deliver the poster to Dyess AFB, where it will hang in the 13th's headquarters. ||"Three Warriors" together again. |
(L-R) Jim Braly, Lucien Thomas and Charles Hinton
Photos from Reunion 2000 in Abilene, Texas.
1996 - 2001
1992 - 1995
1988 - 1991
1984 - 1987
In 1988 we met in San Antonio to dedicate a memorial B-26 with "Old Able"'s nose art.
In 1987 we went to Dayton, Ohio to dedicate a plaque and tree to the memory of the Squadron at the Air Force Museum.
Naturally, Oscar was there, too.