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Membership in the Naval Historical Foundation is open to all who share an interest in the promotion and preservation of U.S. naval history. As a member, you know that preserving and commemorating the U.S. Navy’s history is of the utmost importance. Your generous contributions enable us to do so, and thereby educate the American public about

Pulling Together Pull Together: The Making of an Issue (PART V)

A Blog Series by Matthew T. Eng With base access at the Washington Navy Yard restricted, I wanted to give readers a sneak peak behind the process of producing the Winter 2015 (Vol 54, no. 4) issue of Pull Together. Disclaimer: The comments included in these posts are my own, and represent an “unfiltered” approach to writing

Pulling Together Pull Together: The Making of an Issue (PART III)

A Blog Series by Matthew T. Eng With base access at the Washington Navy Yard restricted, I wanted to give readers a sneak peak behind the process of producing the Winter 2015 (Vol 54, no. 4) issue of Pull Together. Disclaimer: The comments included in these posts are my own, and represent an “unfiltered” approach to writing

NHF Membership Spotlight: Meriwether Ball

By Matthew Eng NHF Membership Spotlight is a new segment for the Naval Historical Foundation blog where we showcase our loyal members. It’s important that we let our members know that they are as integral a part of naval history as the ships and sailors that continue to protect and serve today. If you are

2014 NHF Annual Membership Meeting

  You are cordially invited to attend the Naval Historical Foundation’s Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday morning, June 14th 2014—Flag Day!  Our David T. Leighton lecturer Steve Vogel of the Washington Post, author of the acclaimed Through the Perilous Fight: Six Weeks That Saved the Nation will speak to our membership. With this August marking the bicentennial of the British

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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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NHF Annual Membership Meeting Remembers Vietnam POWs

Each summer we take a day to meet with our members, volunteers, and friends, to let them know what the Foundation has been up to, and what our plans are for the future. Last Saturday, 15 June, we once again gathered in the Cold War Gallery with a great crowd of nearly 100 of our

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NHF Raffle Winners Selected!

If you stopped by to visit our booth at the Surface Navy Symposium last week in Arlington, VA, you know that we were running a raffle. We had a nice collection of entries, and this week we selected six lucky winners. Three entrants were awarded the limited edition USS Enterprise commemorative coin, and three additional

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NHF is Hiring: Development Director

The Naval Historical Foundation (NHF) seeks a full-time Development Director who will support the Navy’s premier non-profit historical organization by being responsible for fundraising (outright and planned gifts) and membership growth. The Development Director will be responsible for strategy and implementation of programs related to the NHF’s fundraising initiatives. The Development Director reports directly to

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Connecting Naval History to our Economy, the Environment & National Security Naval history and the maritime domain connect every aspect of our nation’s history – national security, the economy, the environment and foreign policy. Whether documenting naval strategies that protect our interests, capturing oral and video histories, securing artifacts or digitizing important naval records and artwork,