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This web site is dedicated to the Officers and Crews of the
United States Ships named Jouett - DD41/DD396/DLG29-CG29

This brick was placed in the Admiral Nimitz Museum Memorial Courtyard
in Fredericksburg Texas by the crew of the Jouett Reunion on April 27, 2016


Nearly 50 years ago, on December 3, 1966, at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, WA,
the United States Ship Jouett (DLG-29) was placed in commission.
On that very cold, rainy day a Navy band played “Anchor’s Aweigh”, and the
Officers and Men of Jouett's crew boarded this magnificent structure to bring her to life.
From that moment on and for the next three decades thousands of sailors would call Jouett home.
She and her fabulous crew would go on to make their mark in the Navy's history books as one of
the best trained, most capable ships ever to carry the flag of the United States.

Fair Winds And Following Seas,
Jerry Loveless

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The 2016 reunion was held in San Antonio, Texas
April 27 - 30, 2016

A great time was had by all
A big "Thank You" to Robin and Ted Merritt
for putting together a wonderful event
I will post pictures as I receive them

2016 Reunion page


The USS Jouett Association is seeking applicants for
the position of Ships Historian

Visit the Final Cruise Page

Please welcome the following Shipmates to the
USS Jouett Roster

Rodney Beard
Kevin Cavanaugh
Danny Brown

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Creating lifelong friendships with people who you have never
met but already know so much about is an awesome experience.
2008 Reunion Attendee

I had a great time with great friends.
I had seen some of their pictures, read of or heard about them,
but had never met them.
We had all walked the same passageways,
climbed the same ladders, slept and worked in the same spaces.
Not all of us did this during the same time frame though.
Some were ten years ahead of me while others were ten years behind.

I call them all shipmate.
I call them all friend.

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