BuShips Directive 1107-01

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BuShips Directive 1107-01 and BuShips Directive 1107-02 were never actually written (or haven't been discovered) by the Third Space Lord, probably because of the sensitive nature of the situation in the early days of the organization. They took place in July of 2011, commissioning the HMS Phantom as the first ship in Third Fleet (on the 9th), and decommissioning HMS Stormbringer.

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Greetings, once again, from your Director of Member Processing.

I have mentioned this before but I'd like to apologize for the delay in sending out the latest batch of CDs out to our newest members. Due to some ongoing computer issues at home and other circumstances beyond my control, I've been doing my best to get caught up. I again thank you all for your understanding. The CDs are quite informative and worth the wait.

Now on to some membership numbers...

As of August 10, 2011, we have 358 members, including six honorary members. Membership breakdown by branch is as follows:

(From the First Lord of the Admiralty - This is a growth of 459% since last August! Keep up the great work!)

Membership breakdown by chapter:

Unassigned members (290):

Unassigned members are those who are not part of an active TRMN chapter (meeting-based or correspondence).

The above numbers reflect the disbanding of the HMS Stormbringer in late July. Those affected members were reassigned to HMSS Greenwich & London Point. In addition, the numbers do not reflect the addition of TRMN's official mascot Skip the Bobcat, from Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, FL.

While TRMN did lose one meeting-based chapter, HMS Stormbringer, we also gained another with the July 9th commissioning of the HMS Phantom at Shore Leave, under the command of Captain jg Renee Haggerty. The LAC Carrier (CLAC-89) represents the Queen's Navy in St. Petersburg, FL, as the first chapter in the San Martino (Third) Fleet. Congratulations and best wishes to Captain Haggerty & her crew.

We are now back to having five chapters in TRMN. Along with HMS Phantom, our other meeting chapters are HMS Reuben James (Baltimore, MD), HMS Iwo Jima (Czech Republic), and HMS Anasazi (Albuquerque, NM). The fifth chapter is our lone correspondence one, GNS Matthias, which is part of the Grayson (Fourth) Fleet's First Joint Task Force.

For updated contact information on our current chapters, let us know. For information on starting a chapter of your own, contact the Third Space Lord, Admiral of the Green Lord John Roberts, at buships@trmn.org.

In the meantime, you can always recruit new members by sharing the TRMN membership application found on the membership CD, by printing the application found on our website at:


Or they can visit our website's online application form, found at:


As always, thank you for your time and support. It is most appreciated.

Issued by:
Anne Zecca, MMM
Lieutenant Commander GSN
Director of Member Processing

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