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USNA Commissioning Week

08 May

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May 17-24, 2013 (Parent packages to be mailed in early March 2013)

Download a PDF version of all event information here. (Last updated February (TBD), 2013)

Gate Information:

  • Gate 1vehicular access from 0600-2200 (0100 on Fri & Sat)
  • Gate 1pedestrian access from 0600-2400 (0200 on Fri & Sat)
  • Gate 3vehicular access from 0600-0900/egress 1500-1800 Mon – Fri ONLY
  • Gate 3pedestrian access from 0600-1900 (2200 on Fri & Sat)
  • Gate 8pedestrian/vehicular access 24 hours

View Graduation On Your Computer

For those who will not be attending the event, the 2013 Graduation and Commissioning ceremony can be viewed live on www.PentagonChannel.mil.

Graduation Site

Determination of graduation site will be made early Friday morning and will be posted on the USNA web site or can be obtained by calling 410-293-1000.

In case of inclement weather, graduation will be held at 10 a.m. in Alumni Hall. Only designated indoor ticket holders will be admitted. (Children under 15 years of age, unless related to a member of the graduating class or accompanied by an adult, will not be admitted to the graduation exercises.)


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