Uss NEVADA BB-36 MODEL USED IN MOVIE TORA TORA TORA
QUARTERDECK SOCIETY - Volunteers Needed
The Quarterdeck Society is A 501-C3 NON-PROFIT CORPORATION AND the care taker for the USS Nevada, a 35’ long scale model of the ship as it was on Dec. 7, 1941. This model was used in the making of the movie “Tora Tora Tora”. It has been restored and is used in parades and various military exhibits. VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED to man the USS Nevada when it is on display. No strenuous work, just a good personality is all that is needed.
The upkeep is supported solely through TAX DEDUCTIBLE donations and sales of memorabilia at various exhibits. TAX ID# 83-0504994
The Society has a dinner meeting every two months. Consider becoming a member of the Quarterdeck Society. You can share some important historical facts to those not knowing the history of the USS Nevada.
For information on the Quarterdeck Society contact:
Mr. Dave Rupp @ cell 424 207-9895
or EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit: http://uss-nevada.com/
The Quarterdeck Society consists of civilian volunteers committed to educating the public by participating in parades and static presentation of patriotic and historically important displays.
The USS Nevada (BB-36) Model is shown here in a typical public static display.
Examples of events supported by the Quarterdeck Society's mobile USS NEVADA model include :
ARMED FORCES DAY PARADE, TORRANCE, CA.
MAY 21-22, 2016
U.S. NAVY FLEET WEEK LOS ANGELES, SAN PEDRO, CA. LABOR DAY WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 2016
No prior military experience is required for membership.
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