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The Rocky Mountain Navy Association (RMNA) was reformed in 2009 as a not-for-profit, organization to promote the United States Navy and the Naval Reserve in the local community. Specific out reach efforts have been extended to civic organizations, educational institutions, and the business community. RMNA also provides mission support to the local recruiting command and offers a wide variety of professional development assistance programs to the naval reserve community.

The RMNA provides a vital adjunct to Department of the Navy programs in areas impacting professional development and overall quality of life. This mandate extends to our members, those currently serving and those honorably separated.

Rocky Mountain Navy Association
Rear Admiral Richard E. Young, USNR (Ret.), President of the Rocky Mountain Navy Association, announced today 
that the unitís web site is reaching out to help fellow Naval Officers  worldwide who might be considering settling in Denver following release
 from active duty. The purpose and goals of the Rocky Mountain Navy Association are those of the Navy Reserve with an appropriate emphasis for those individuals, activities, and organizations located in the Rocky Mountain region.

  • Rocky Mountain Navy Facebook page
  • USS Colorado SSN 788 Official Facebook Page

  • Become a Member
    Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Navy Association. Membership offers a host of benefits to you, both personally and professionally. Whether active, reserve or honorably separated, membership has its rewards...

    Current News

    Recent information which may be of interest to our members is posted here.

    Links to Postings throughtout site-
    Local Jobs
    Serious about finding a rewarding civilian job in the beautiful State of Colorado?
    The RMNA members applaud your decision to seek a civilian job in Colorado and look forward to assisting you in your job search or career transition.

    Veterans Employment Center (VEC)consolidates the Federalgovernmentís web-based veteran hiring tools. The VEC, housed on the Department of Veterans Affairs eBenefits home page provides a one-stop shop for veterans seeking employment.Veterans Employment

  • Website For Funding Your Education with ROTC
  • College Resources For Military Veterans: 2017 Resource GuideA resource for students who have served their country and are veterans of the armed forces
  • Military Friendly Online Colleges and Universities
  • Website For Scholarships and Financial Aid for Veterans
  • Website For Veteran Resources for Higher Education
  • 2017 Most Affordable Colleges in Colorado
  • Retail Savings Guide for Veterans
  • Veteran Business Ideas, a Veteran Guide To Starting and Owning A Business
  • Colorado Veterans Service find information on local services provided to Veterans in the Local Jobs Links page.

  • - Armed Forces jobs - This website's Armed Forces jobs section provides online applications for military jobs for each branch of military.

    Websites that may be of interest to our members is posted on our Navy Resources Page.
    NROTC Webpage
    Local Officer Navy Scholarship Programs Educating the young men and women of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming
    Click here.." for the Resources page and more information.

    ESGR promotes cooperation and understanding between Reserve component members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment. Click on the logo to go to the website

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