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The Fleet Reserve is the oldest and largest association representing enlisted Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard personnel. Established in 1924, FRA's mission is to safeguard the pay, benefits, and entitlements of the active duty, reserve, and retired members of the Sea Services.
Membership in the FRA is open to all enlisted personnel of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Commissioned Officers of the Sea Services that have at least one day of prior enlisted service are eligible to join too.
A Corporate Body Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday March 11 after the Branch 24 Meeting to ratify the Proposed FRC Bylaws Changes. The election of Board of Governors members to replace or re-elect members whose terms have expired will also be held at this meeting. A quorum of 25 Corporate Members is required to conduct business. Corporate Members are strongly urged to attend this meeting and exercise your right and duty to manage your Fleet Reserve Club.
The 2013-2014 calendar for the branch can be found above. It requires Microsoft Word to view.
Plan now to attend the FRA and LAFRA ECR Mid-Year meeting
In Oxon Hill, Maryland, Friday, March 21st through Sunday March 23rd. Join your fellow shipmates and ladies to renew friendships and make new ones
With reverance for God and country and being ever mindful of the glorious traditions of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard;
Our duty to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America;
Our responsibility to aid in maintaining adequate defense for our beloved country;
Our desire to assist in obtaining the best type of personnel for our Sea Services;
Our interest in the welfare of those who served and are now serving;
Our devotion to our Shipmates in good fortune or distress;
Our reverence for the memory of our departed Shipmates;
We associate ourselves together and declare this to be the Preamble to the Constitution of the Fleet Reserve Association.