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Branch 29 of the Fleet Reserve Association, Bremerton WA
On Nov. 4th a brief "Two Bell" ceremony was held at Ivy Green Cemetery to mark the placement of a special bronze marker at the veteran's section with the logo of the FRA.This plaque joins many other commemorative plaques in the veteran's section of Ivy Green.
Branch 29 Board of Directors Meeting:
First Tuesday of the month at 1700
Branch 29 General Meeting:
Second Tuesday of the month at 1800
The Lounge is Open 7 Days a Week,
0600 to Midnight
Main Office: (360) 373-0267
Lounge: (360) 373-2296
Happy Hour M-F 1200 to 1800
Gallery of Pictures from Branch 29
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Queen of Hearts game at the Branch
Drawing Wednesday at 1800. Rules posted at the branch. The current "Queen of Hearts" payout is $3,646.00.
2017-2018 Americanism Essay Contest
"What Patriotism Means to Me" - Eligibility: Students, grades 7 through 12. Deadline December 1, 2017. More information
FRA North West Regional News
At the past FRA NW Regional Seminar Branch 29 placed 1st in Group 2 for Americanism/Patriotism and Public Relations categories earning blue streamers for our Branch Flag.
Branch 29 President Stephen Talkington was elected NW Regional Vice President for the coming year so Branch 29 will be well represented in the FRA NW Region.
Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices.
More Information - Honor Flight Network
More Information - Puget Sound Honor Flight
Bremerton Navy Hospital has a need for any volunteers who can assist in transporting our retirees and/or veterans to appointments at the local Navy Hospital and/or appointments @ Madigan Army Hospital in Tacoma.
Contact Ret. HMC Talkington @ (360) 649-2044 for more information.
Puget Sound Navy Museum needs volunteers
Serve your community, help educate the public on our nation's proud military history. Contact Alex Hostettler, Volunteer Coordinator at the Puget Sound Navy Museum
OUR MISSION AND HISTORY: FRA Branch 29 has provided over 87 years of Loyalty, Protection and Service. FRA 29 was formed on July 18, 1930 and moved to its current location on Veterans Day, November 11, 1968.
Since 1924, the Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) has served as the voice of Sea Services enlisted personnel on Capitol Hill. FRA was the first enlisted military association to testify before a U.S. Congressional Committee. Today, FRA is recognized by the Secretary of the Navy to speak before the U.S. Congress on their behalf. In addition, the 1997 Defense Authorization Act granted a Federal Charter to the FRA.
FRA represents the interests of Enlisted and Former Enlisted Active Duty, Reserve, Retired and Veterans Honorably Discharged from the US Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and their families.