S*M*A*R*T (Special Military Active and Retired Travel) club.

S*M*A*R*T (Special Military Active and Retired Travel) club.
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    Friday, 08 July 2011
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Military RVing travel club. Originally founded as a retired military RVing club has recently opened the Associate Membership category eligibility to HONORABLY DISCHARGED VETERANS. The club has structure consisting of local chapters, geographic & at large regions, and a national staff, and holds musters (military term for RV rally) at the local, regional and national levels. The club currently has over 1600 members, over 50 chapters, 9 regions, with activities throughout the USA. See S.M.A.R.T. application at: http://www.smartrving.net/become-a-member.html The club is in the process of updating their documents to include this new category of membership eligibility. They also run RV caravans comparable to commercial caravan companies but at significantly reduced cost (about 50% less). S.M.A.R.T. regularly runs caravans to Alaska, Maritimes, Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, and usually has 2 to 4 additional caravans each year. Planned 2011 caravans are: Alaska (65 days); Canadian Maritimes (60 days); Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta(11 days); Oshkosh Experimental Airshow/Wisconsin area(21 days); Music Cities-Nashville/Memphis/Branson(18 days); Grand Circle Southwest (30 days); possible others. See more information in the club’s magazine “The Traveler”, available on the club’s website: http://www.smartrving.net S.M.A.R.T. welcomes those who enjoy seeing the country we defended. More info on S.M.A.R.T. can be found at http://www.smartrving.net
  • paul p
    S.M.A.R.T. Opens membership to Honorably Discharged Veterans
    At the 13 September 2010 National Muster it was announced that the membership vote passed to include Honorably Discharged Veterans into the Associate Membership Category of membership. See the website: http://www.smartrving.net/ for information about the club. They hold local, regional, and national "musters" (rallies) around the USA. They also run caravans comparable to commercial company run caravans. You can also see the club's magazine and get to a membership application at the website. They are updating all the club documents to include our Honorably Discharged Veterans.
    Monday, 13 September 2010 by paul p
  • Lace
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    Lets try again - what to discuss? Who is planning on attending National this year in OK? We will be there.
    Last replied by Army Guy on Saturday, 08 January 2011
  • Anderson
  • Lace
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    Started by Lace 1 Reply
    We left Fairchild AFB today, and are in Bothell on the North side of Seattle for the next week. We plan to arrive at the National Muster site in Lacey on the 11th for the Fulltimer Chapter pre-muster activities and BOD meeting. Paul
    Last replied by afchap on Friday, 04 September 2009
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