USS Concord (AFS-5) Veterans Association's homeport
on the web! This site was created for the purpose of giving Concord Veterans a place to share their stories, reconnect
with long lost shipmates, and facilitate an information source for planning a reunions! If you're a Concord
sailor, please consider joining the Association. This includes any member of an embarked air detachment.
Click the ship's seal to go to the Join CVA page! If your'e a visitor, we welcome you to the site honoring
the finest Combat Stores Ship in the Fleet!
The Association is a fraternal organization for current or former U.S.Navy members who served aboard the USS/USNS Concord.
The primary purpose of the Association is for shipmates who share a common background of service aboard USS Concord to
enjoy the camaraderie and to provide the opportunity for members to actively participate in reunions and other Association
activities. Please consider lending your support for the site and the Association by joining us!
CVA MEMBERS: DON'T FORGET TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP, AND IF YOU ARE UNSURE OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP EXPIRATION
DATE, CLICK THE LINK BELOW AND OUR SECRETARY WILL ADVISE YOU OF YOUR DUE DATE! Click the "Join Now" page
on the left or click the link below!
I WANT TO JOIN/RENEW MY CVA MEMBERSHIP NOW!
TELL ME WHEN MY MEMBERSHIP EXPIRES!
Attention Concord Veterans! - Still undecided about joining? Then
you're encouraged to at least visit our Ship's Office and fill out our "members registration form" IT'S FREE,
(and while this does not make you a card carrying active member, it lets your shipmates know that you sailed Concord,
and your rate / dates you served). Your personal information is safeguarded and accessible to "active
Concord members" only. To register on the CVA roster, visit the Quarterdeck-Ship's Office Access page
or click the "Register Now" button below.
Spot lighted member
I digitally met Chief Lewis at our sister facebook page and listened
to some of his videos he posted there. His stories brought back memories of my days on steel decks, and his use of Navy jargon
added greatly to the material. Anyone from the CO down to the newest enlisted man aboard knew to respect the Chiefs for guidance
and wisdom, espically during a crisis. Read Chief Lewis' input at our "Spot Lighted Members" page, and visit the
Facebook page and Chiefs stories as well. I'll post the link at the SLM's page Click Below.
MEMBER SPOT LIGHT
"Twenty years from now you will be more disppointed by the things that you didn't
do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your
sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain