Welcome to the USS GEORGIA (SSGN 729) Return to Service web site
sponsored by the Camden - Kings Bay Council of the Navy League of
the U.S., The Camden Partnership, the Camden County Chamber of
Commerce, and the Naval Submarine League.
A ceremony to welcome the USS GEORGIA Return to Service as a Guided Missile Submarine (SSGN), following her conversion from a Ballistic Missile Submarine (SSBN), was held aboard Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay on Friday, March 28, 2008. Several thousand people - including national, state and local dignitaries - were on hand for this unique and memorable ceremony welcoming the USS GEORGIA and her crew to her new home in Camden County, Georgia.
This site honors the history of the USS GEORGIA, commemorates its Return to Service and the many activities leading up to the ceremony, and recognizes the people most responsible for returning the USS GEORGIA (SSGN 729) to its rightful home.
The USS GEORGIA (SSGN 729) Return-to-Service
ceremony was co-sponsored by the Camden - Kings Bay Council of the
Navy League of the U.S. and The Camden Partnership. The RTS
Committee was chaired by Sheila M. McNeill, past
National President of the Navy League, with Keith F. Post,
President of the Camden - Kings Bay Council of the Navy League
serving as Co-Chair for Logistics, and Marty Klumpp,
Executive Director of The Camden Partnership serving as Co-Chair for
Development. Click here
for the entire RTS Committee
If you have any questions about the USS GEORGIA Return to Service, or Camden County's ongoing support for the men and women of the Sea Services, please contact Sheila McNeill, Keith Post or Marty Klumpp.