Welcome to the United States Naval Academy Class of 1949, family, and friends. Our class’s history began in the summer of 1945 when young men from all over the country arrived in Annapolis to undergo final testing required before being sworn in as midshipmen. Many  had already seen military service and some had even seen battle, both on land and at sea. There were twelve men who resigned commissions to enter USNA, including one who had completed a plebe year at West Point, and several who had been in college. Upon graduation, on 3 June 1949, 779 young officers went forth to serve our nation in the Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force. As the years passed, the class was proud to have one of its members serve as Chief of Naval Operations. Equally important though, has been our service in post-military careers in the arts, aviation, banking and finance, construction, farming, education, government (federal and local), industry, law, medicine, religion, research/development, and other professions, mostly in leadership positions. After exploring our Web site, feel free to contact us for further information.

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To Members of Class of 1949
Message to Alumni

HOTLINE
Services
I'm Back
National Debt
Update
65th Reunion

MEMORIES
Bosun's Pipings
Nav Table Memories
Duty at Camp David
The Sicilian Highwayman

MEMBER INPUT
Part II: Maine Sinking
Explanation of Life
Part I: Maine Sinking
ADM Rickover Part XIII

HISTORY
Class of 49 History
49 House

MEMORIAL
Helen Brady
Conrad Miller
Herman Bading
James Clark
Virginia Schaufelberger
John H. Vice
Robert G. Kuhne
Marian Butler
Ann Minter
G.A.P. Haynes
John Landers
Barbara M. Jenks
John Landers
William Knoble

GALLERY
Reunion Pictures
Name The Mids

EVENTS
Reunion REPORT

VIDEOS
Rare Film of 1932
Army Museum
WWII Atom Bomb
Send in the Clowns
Navy Rail Weapon