Government Shutdown Impact to NHF Photo Reproductions and Museum Store

With the news of the government shutdown this week, we want to pass along word of a few impacts to Naval Historical Foundation members and customers. Our office is open as normal, and we will be available by email and phone. But we will not be able to fulfill photo reproduction orders from the collection

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Navy Museum Store – August Blowout Sale!

For the entire month of August enjoy a 10% discount on all items, including marked down items. Check with the Navy Museum Store (202) 889-2212 (located in the Navy Museum, Building 76) or the Naval Historical Foundation (202) 678-4333 (located in Building 57) for further details. And be sure to check out the selection of

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CNA Donates Huge Collection of Books to Naval Historical Foundation

Last month, the Naval Historical Foundation was the recipient of a generous donation of approximately 400 books from CNA. The donation was arranged by Captain Peter Swartz, USN (Ret), analyst at CNA, and a loyal member and supporter of the Foundation. Museum Store Manager Frank Arre went down to the CNA office located in Alexandria,

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Online Navy Museum Store Launched

We’re pleased to announce that we recently launched a new online store supporting the National Museum of the United States Navy. In late 2011 we renovated the interior of the store and stocked an entirely new selection of merchandise. Now, selected portions of our catalog can be purchased online. We’ve got a wide range of

Navy Museum and Museum Store Closed Thurs-Sat, 22-24 March

The Navy will be conducting Exercise SOLID CURTAIN-CITADEL SHIELD 2012 this week, which will result in greatly increased security at the Washington Navy Yard. This annual exercise is designed to enhance the training and readiness of Navy Security Forces to respond to threats to installations and units. Exercise SOLID CURTAIN-CITADEL SHIELD 2012 is not in

Under Construction: A New and Improved Navy Museum Store

We’re pleased to announce that the Naval Historical Foundation is resuming day-to-day operation of the Museum Store at the National Museum of the United States Navy. Store Manager Frank Arre has been working closely with the Museum staff over the past two weeks to remodel, clean, and re-open the existing store, located at the entrance