Unfinished Business New Business
Old Business New Business
With 107 NANP members casting their vote to elect: (1) a new Director starting in 2023; (2) selecting the location of the 2024 Navy Photographers Reunion; and (3) approving or disapproving the new NANP Bylaws, below are the results. Director (2023, 2024, 2025) – Gary Mann 2024 Navy Photographers Reunion Location – San Diego, CA NANP Bylaws Ratified Thanks to all members who cast their vote.
The 2022 NANP Scholarship was awarded to Zachary Solt, grandson of William (Sammy) Solt. Zach is a Junior at The University of Buffalo where he is majoring in English. Upon graduating from The University of Buffalo in the spring of 2024, he plans to attend law school. Zachs’ ultimate goal is to help those who are unable to afford good legal representation. Congratulations to Zach and best wishes on his educational endeavors.
The NANP has a Director position to fill and is accepting nominations. The new Director will serve three years beginning January 1st, 2023 and ending December 31st, 2025. Directors are members who are entrusted with overall direction of the Association. They are elected by vote of the General Membership to supervise, recommend and vote on issues brought before the Association. The results are then presented to the Membership for a vote to ratify. If any NANP member would like to make a nomination for Director’s position, please submit an email to the NANP Secretary at email@example.com or use the contacts form on the NANP website. Nominations will close at midnight (PST) on November 18th, 2022.
A hearty congratulations to the Mass Communication Specialists selected Chief Petty Officer for FY-2023. The National Association Naval Photography welcomes each of you into our organization. Your unmistakable skills and leadership will be a tremendous asset for us. We are more than thrilled to have young talent such as you join our team. It is time we brought in a fresh perspective. MCC (Sel) Kory Alsberry MCC (Sel) Zachary Anderson MCC (Sel) Stacy Atkinsricks MCC (Sel) Cody Boyd MCC (Sel) Aidan Campbell MCC (Sel) William Dodge MCC (Sel) Claire Farin MCC (Sel) Spencer Fling MCC (Sel) Sean Furey MCC (Sel) Theodore Green MCC (Sel) Patrick Grieco […]
NANP GENERAL MEETING NOTES 7 NOVEMBER 2021 1. The meeting was called to order by the President, Sammy Solt at 14:35. 2. Unfinished Business a. Proposed changes to the Bylaws are still in the discussion phase. They will be further discussed by the Board of Directors, finalized, and then put to a vote via email to the General Membership. 3. New Business a. For the 2022 reunion, San Antonio, TX and San Diego, CA were proposed to the General Membership. San Antonio, TX was voted in. Mike Mullens and Gary Mann volunteered as event coordinators. b. For the 2023 reunion, Washington, DC, and Norfolk, VA were proposed to the General Membership. Washington, DC was voted in. Chuck Abell volunteered as […]
The NANP is making changes to the membership dues and categories effective January 1, 2022. This change was voted in at the last general membership meeting held in Pensacola, FL. in November 2021. The annual memberships will no longer be available, but the Life Membership dues will be reduced from $125 to $95 to make it more affordable to all. Few, if any, annual members were renewing their memberships to keep in good standing. The NANP website membership and application page is now revised to reflect the new changes. The Life membership comes with a NANP Life Certificate, the NANP embroidered patch, and a welcome letter. If you paid for an annual membership in either 2020 or 2021 only, please contact […]
NANP Members, Shipmates, and Friends of Naval Photography, When I joined the Navy in 1980, I had no idea that I would become an instructor at the US Naval Schools of Photography. The very school I joined the Navy to attend. Nor did I ever imagine making Chief Petty Officer and completing a 20-year career as a Navy Photographer. So, the concept of becoming President of the National Association of Naval Photography 42 years later was beyond imagination. Yet, here I am. I lived the journey, but it’s still hard to comprehend. I am honored and appreciative for the opportunity to serve as President of our Association over the next two years. I want to thank our departing President, Sammy […]