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Tulane Naval ROTC Alumni Association

Since 1938, Tulane Naval ROTC proudly serves as one of the oldest and most active Naval Reserve Officer Training Corp units in the nation.  Our Battalion trains midshipmen from the host Tulane University, and cross-town affiliates of Dillard University, Loyola University New Orleans, University of New Orleans and Xavier University of Louisiana.

Over 2,000 graduates have served on land, sea and air in every conflict since our founding.  The Tulane Naval ROTC Alumni Association was established as a non-profit charitable and educational organization with the purpose to nurture, promote, support and sustain direct, lifelong symbiotic relationships among its current and future Alumni, including their families and staff personnel.  Our historic home on the corner of Freret Street and McAlister Drive stands strong continuing the mission to train officers for the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps.

Building an allegiance and legacy for both the old and new, our goal is to unite generations with a profound sense of pride and commitment to integrity and service for those Alumni who have, or will, become one of our many Admirals, Generals, CEOs, Entrepreneurs or Professionals who positively impact the well-being of our military and nation overall.

Membership and Access

Access to the LIBRARY section of this site as well as information on individual alumni is restricted to logged in users.

  • Alumni can use the JOIN page to officially join the alumni association with a commitment to dues (options shown on the JOIN page). Funds from dues are used to support the current Midshipmen Unit. If you already paid lifetime dues and cannot log in please send us a message via the CONTACT page. Association members receive full access to the site.
  • Alumni can also receive free access to the site by sending a message through the CONTACT page.

Charitable Donation

The Tulane Naval ROTC Alumni Association, Inc. is a tax exempt organization as described in Code Section 501©(3). Donations and Dues qualify as Charitable Donations.

Bylaws

Association Executives

PRESIDENT

Lt Col Timothy Huete
USMC (ret.)
1980

River Ridge, LA

VICE PRESIDENT

Mr. E. Morris Gray
(ret.)
1959

Metarie, LA

Communications

VP OF COMMUNICATIONS

CDR Michael P. Hallal, Jr.
USN (ret.)
1984

Slidell, LA

SECRETARY

Maj Todd Fujimoto
USMC (ret.)
1995

New Orleans, LA

TREASURER

LCDR Gregory W. Kahn
USN (ret.)
1966

New Orleans, LA

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BOARD AND COMMITTEES

  • Col. Wayne J. Bienvenu, USMCR (ret.) 1959
  • CAPT. Brian S. Bourgeois, USN (ret.) 1982
  • CDR John E. Crews, USNR 1988
  • Mr. Norris L. Fant 1944
  • CDR Mike Hallal USN (ret.) 1984
  • Lt. Col. Nora S. Huete, USMC (ret.) 1980
  • Ms. Gretchen Z. Lowe 1990
  • Mr. J. William “Bill” Vaudry, Jr. 1962
  • Judge Thomas C. Wicker, Jr. 1944

Gretchen Lowe

Norris Fant

We welcome those who would like to actively participate in these volunteer groups.  Please contact us for more information.

ASSOCIATION AWARDS

We proudly recognize those who display honor, integrity and excellence in serving our nation and military.

  • LCDR Jack W. Wintle Award – For Senior Navy Option Midshipmen who demonstrate excellence in military character.

  • General Robert H. Barrow Award – For Senior Marine Option Midshipmen who demonstrate excellence in military character.

  • Honorary Lifetime Membership Award – For those providing outstanding support to promote and sustain relationships among alumni, midshipmen and staff.

These awards are in memory of those noted above. The LCDR Jack W. Wintle Award is an oak plaque with a Naval Officer Sword plus a $250 check. The General Robert H. Barrow Award is a certificate plus a $500 check. The Honorary Lifetime Membership Award is valued at $250.

If you would like to contribute, we graciously accept donations via our Give page.

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