Top Gun student, then-Lieutenant Slapshot Carter on working with Tom Cruise on the first Top Gun movie, along with the Navy pilots, air crew, and public affairs advisors who also supported the movie., with special thanks to our NHF board member, then-Secretary of the Navy, John F. Lehman. View the full webinar HERE.
Hear how, in only 60 days, founder of the Top Gun program Dan Pedersen assembled his team and created a legacy which lasts to this day. View the full webinar HERE.
VADM Mark “MRT” Fox tells the story of how he scored the first MiG kill of Operation Desert Storm on January 17, 1991. View our full Second Saturday Webinar HERE.
A Navy crew honors its beloved Commanding Officer – The Navy’s first African-American Admiral. Featuring historians, Paul Stillwell and Dr. Gina Akers. View our full Second Saturday Webinar HERE.
An excerpt from our Second Saturday “Run Silent, Run Deep”, featuring takeaways on leadership in the Silent Service from the novel. View our full Second Saturday Webinar HERE.
Naval Historian Paul Stillwell tells the story of how Duke Snider earned extra income during World War II. View our full Second Saturday Webinar HERE.
In June, 2005 the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Vern Clark, released an administrative message to the fleet. “Effective immediately, we will refer to all of our sailors, active and reserve, as United States Navy sailors. This shared title will strengthen the bond between our active and Reserve components, and enhance the culture of integration
ADM Robert J. Natter describes sending the USS George Washington (CVN-73) to New York in the aftermath of 9/11 and the confidence and comfort it provided New York city’s citizens in a great time of trial and sadness. View our full Second Saturday Webinar HERE.
Historian Dr. Craig Symonds breaks down the different personalities of fictional captains Horatio Hornblower and Jack Aubrey. View our full Second Saturday Webinar HERE.