The Navy’s Daiquiri Heritage Honored at Portrait Dedication

Guest Post By Jay Gaul, IV On Friday, June 23, 2017, approximately 80 members of the Army and Navy Club of Washington, DC, the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, the Navy Historical Foundation, the Naval Order of the United States, and the Society for the History of Navy Medicine gathered to dedicate a new

The Navy’s Love Affair with Celery and Creamed Vegetables: A Navy Thanksgiving Menu Analysis

By Matthew T. Eng Thanksgiving. The unofficial start of the holiday season. It’s that magical time of the year when friends and families come together to share stories and a wonderful meal. It’s a time to kick back and relax. …For some. Others do not have that luxury. Not everyone gets to go home for

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Cooking Up a STEM Lesson Plan in the Classroom

“Cook For a Submarine Fleet” was a mathematics lesson developed by Greg Felber, mathematics teacher at Ledyard Middle School, Ledyard CT during the Submarine Force Museum/Historic Ship Nautilus STEM Teacher Fellowship Program the past summer. Last week, using the lesson, the 7th Grade students at Ledyard Middle School were put in the position of a