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PATRONS

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This list includes all PATRONS of the USS William H. Bates community, including former crew-members, family members, friends and associates, who have demonstrated their commitment to shipmates and their families, either:

  • by financially supporting the USS William H. Bates (SSN 680) Association, the www.ssn-680.org website, the projects, and reunions, or
  • by commitment, accountability, and initiative above and beyond that expected of our members, 

for the sake of those that were the heart and soul of the USS William H. Bates (SSN 680).

 

Sorted in order by patronage level, last name and first name.

PATRONAGE LEVELS

• CNO Club - $2000 or more
• Admirals Club - $500 or more
• Captains Club - $250 or more
• Chiefs Club - $100 or more
• Bluejackets Club - less than $100

 

• SSN-680.org reports 38 individuals on this list •
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CNO Club
CNO Club
Admirals Club
Admirals Club
Admirals Club
Admirals Club
Captains Club
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Captains Club
Captains Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Chiefs Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club
Bluejackets Club

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Help fund SSN–680.org research and recover Personnel Diaries and Quarterly Muster Reports from the National Archives, helping us in our goal to identify every sailor that sailed on the USS William H. Bates (SSN 680) and add them to the Master Sailing List.

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