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The 30th SFA Reunion was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in San Diego ,CA.
June 22-24, 2012

The 30th Reunion started Friday, June 22 with a great, informal venue to renew old acquaintances and make new ones.
What better way to say “Aloha” than at a Hawaiian luau?
 
Saturday morning we had a good turn-out for the ever important SFA members’ meeting.
SFA updates, financial status, future re-unions and board members’ elections were part of the agenda.
Please congratulate our new elected SFA Board of Directors.
 
Saturday evening we enjoyed a fantastic banquet dinner with our Stealth friends.
Bill Lake was again, our Master of Ceremonies (after "practicing" at our 20th and 25th Reunion),
with a wonderful Keynote speaker; Larry Lawson,
Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin Corporation and President, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.

It was a joy to swap stories and rekindle old freindships
at the Hospitality Suite, and around the Hotel grounds, pool and decks.

Poolside

Hospitality

Banquet Dinner

Candid Party

Back

 

WE WANT TO GIVE SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SFA PHOTO CONTRIBUTORS. . .
Tnle McCloskey, Greg Meland, Maureen Lake, John Farris and David Walker.

Also, Thanks to Mary Burris for processing all of the Instant Box Cameras . . .
and to all of our friends that picked up a Box Camera from the Banquet tables . . . to shoot candid photos !

 

 

Picture

We have also received many requests for the artwork that David Walker created for our Hospitality Suite.
Please feel free to download this artwork for your personal use (be careful; it is large 20" x 30")
With Our SFA
Thanks and Best Wishes.

 

Please spread the word to all your Nighthawk colleagues.
f117sfa@gmail.com

Our mailing address is:
Stealth Fighter Association
PO Box 151196
Fort Worth, TX 76108-1196

 

The Stealth Fighter Association is a non-profit company registered with the State of Nevada. 
Contributions made to the SFA are NOT tax deductible.