Welcome home, USS Ronald Reagan

The USS Ronald Reagan strike group returned home today, just in time for its crew to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with families and friends.

USS Ronald Reagan by NW Limited...History in Vogue

USS Ronald Reagan by NW Limited...History in Vogue features the USPS first day issue stamp and postmark commemorating Ronald Reagan as well as a lithograph of the ship $200

The Navy aircraft carrier is part of six ships that make up the Ronald Reagan Strike Group. They are returning from a six month-long deployment in the Persian Gulf, or 7th U.S. fleet area of responsibility.
NW Limited…History in VogueTM sends a warm welcome home to the crew of the USS Ronald Reagan.

USS Ronald Reagan website
NW Limited…History in VogueTM (where to purchase the above pictured framed lithograph)

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Today in History: The USS Ronald Reagan

Five years ago, July 12, 2003: The USS Ronald Reagan, the first carrier named for a living president, was commissioned in Norfolk, Va.

Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan tribute...great gift!
33″ X 14″ framed, numbered and limited edition tribute to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier by NW Limited…History in VogueTM features the Feb. 9, 2005 postmark and stamp honoring Ronald Wilson Reagan. $200

“Peace through strength”

To purchase, see the link below, or email bill@nwlimited.com call 503-338-6056

USS Ronald Reagan at NW Limited…History in VogueTM
United States Navy website of the USS Ronald Reagan
Our USS Ronald Reagan page here at WordPress

Ronald Wilson Reagan

On this day, June 5, 2004, our 40th President passed away at his home in Bel Air.
Born February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois, Reagan wore many hats over the course of his 93 year life. He served as both an enlisted soldier and commissioned officer in the US Army, was a television and film actor, President of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) (1947-1952 & 1959), Governor of the State of California (1967-1975) and the 40th President of the United States (1981-1989).

While the fall of communism may serve as his most potent legacy, he is survived by wife Nancy and three grown children. Many streets, buildings, schools and organizations bear this great man’s name including the final Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carrier, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76).
From the Flightline: This Day in History

Boxing Ronnie Reagan

The box is built, and this beautiful tribute to the USS Ronald Reagan is ready to hit the Astoria-Warrenton Crab Fest (unless someone claims this Ronnie, first!):

33″ X 14″ features the Feb. 9, 2005 postmark and stamp honoring our 40th president, Ronald Reagan.  $200 complete with custom box!
To have this, call 503-338-6056 or email bill@nwlimited.com

Lower left corner, showing stamp and postmark detail and the United States
Navy emblem (used with permission)

To see even more, visit:
Video Horizons in Astoria has a few amazing autographed comic/movie pieces displayed for purchase, if you just can’t wait!
NW Limited…History in VogueTM‘s webpage for the Reagan (updates soon!)

Midway Museum celebrates 100 years of Navy in San Diego

100 years ago today, April 14th, Teddy Roosevelt’s Great White Fleet arrived in San Diego Bay.
The USS Ronald Reagan, one of the Navy’s newest aircraft carriers, is moored nearby the USS Midway (CVB-41) Museum, which is unveiling a new historic exhibit to celebrate. If you’re a VIP, you can attend the reception, complete with a Teddy Roosevelt impersonator!
Old and new, there’s a great deal of history in between, and the new exhibit sounds like the perfect way, in the best place to experience it.
The new displays open to the public on Tuesday.

Happy 100 years from NW Limited…History in VogueTM!

Read more, here:
Museum Prepares To Celebrate San Diego-Navy Anniversary

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Kudos to the crew of USS Ronald Reagan

Congratulations are in order to the crew of the Reagan! 
The USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) is back home in San Diego after not only successfully completing their Blue Water Certification, they completed it faster than has ever been done before!
The certification is part of their COMPTUEX (Composite Training Unit Exercise), and the Blue Water Certification ensures that the USS Ronald Reagan, one of the Navy’s Nimitz-class aircraft carriers, will be able to land aircraft in emergency situations, in lieu of the availability of friendly airfields.

The USS Ronald Reagan as presented by NW Limited…History in VogueTM A limited edition, framed and matted (33″ X 44″) lithograph featuring the first-day-issue stamp and postmark honoring her namesake, Ronald Reagan. $200
503-338-6056 or bill@nwlimited.com to find out how to own a piece of Naval history!

Read more, here
Ronald Reagan Strike Group Returns Following Successful COMPTUEX

Saving daylight, or losing sleep?

Don’t forget to push your clocks forward one hour tonight before you hit the sack.
NW Limited offers you this special “lost hour” deal:

FREE custom-made box,
Made in the USA
(just like the contents)
with your purchase. 

No buyer’s remorse in here!

We all know the box is the
best part of any new toy, anyway.

These boxes are without peer.

The question is:
What will be in this amazing box,
when you open yours? 
That is up to you…

Daylight Savings Time 
(from the Astronomical Applications Dept. of the U.S. Navy)

In Portland, Oregon

Happy Leap Day from NW Limited…History in VogueTM!

Our weekend at the Portland Expo-Mart is now complete.

There was lots of greatness displayed to the teeming masses, including Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck chart:   The ultimate in shipwreck memorabilia; tales of tragedy and intriguing mysteries are presented within this four-year gathering of history.
The Beatles, James Bond, American Motorcycle, Jamestown, VA, Lewis & Clark, DC and Marvel Comics, USS Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Stewart…and the boxes!!! (Click for a slideshow of examples of each)
Each piece is off the chart cool, and it’s as always: First-come, first-served!
Call for your chance to view, and have:
503-338-6056 or email Bill: bill@nwlimited.com

(Paul sends a shout-out to his homies…’cuz)

Presidential appeal

Today is Presidents Day . The observance of the holiday was originally inspired by our nation’s first president, George Washington’s birthday. The holiday has historically been quite subjective in its observance. It is also accepted as a day in which to remember and honor multiple presidents.
Perhaps your favorite president is Ronald Reagan, whose birthday of February 6, 1911 seems a natural inclusion in this holiday as well for his historic contributions.
Ronald Reagan, our 40th president, was worthy of honor and remembrance for many reasons, not the least of which includes his survival of an assassination attempt and the end of the Cold War during his second term.
The US Navy’s Nimitz-class aircraft carrier bearing his name is a fitting tribute.
Limited…History in VogueTM chose to produce the following piece in recognition.
At the risk of being redundant, these pieces also feature the first-day-issue stamps and postmarks released by the USPS in recognition of our 40th president.
These have multiple appeal in the form of historic significance as well as the obvious reference to Reagan himself, the United States Navy, and of course, the ship herself.

The USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) (33″ X 44″ dimensions) was produced for the officers, the sailors, the plank owners, the builders and for any parents who are just proud of their sons and daughters. 760 signed and numbered, limited pieces are barely enough for a continuing crew of 5000.
Thank you to the US Navy for providing the original photograph and the Navy Seal!
To do away with reflections, all pieces are glassless and sealed with non-yellowing lacquer and vinyls.

“Navy Up” comes from the term “Cowboy Up” which means to toughen up! The animation for this catchphrase was drawn by retired Disney artist Dave High of Simi Valley California.
The bucking stallion represents the forever cowboy in Ronald Reagan.

President’s Day – United in Service